Speedometry

Speedometry is a STEM curriculum using Hot Wheels in the Classroom, and is co-created by USC Rossier School of Education and Mattel Children’s Foundation.


STEM Through Play: Bringing Educators & Researchers Together

Speedometry is a STEM curriculum using Hot Wheels in the classroom, and is co-created with Mattel Children’s Foundation and the University of Southern California Rossier School of Education. In part four of our four-part blog series, Morgan Polikoff offers further insight into Rossier/Mattel’s Speedometry partnership and pilot program, and identifies areas of future work.

STEM Through Play: Facilitating Classroom Engagement

Speedometry is a STEM curriculum using Hot Wheels in the classroom, and is co-created with Mattel Children’s Foundation and the University of Southern California Rossier School of Education. In part three of our four-part blog series, Rossier faculty talk about the foundation of the Speedometry pilot program and how the 5 E’s are essential to the STEM curriculum

STEM Through Play: Meaningful Learning

Speedometry is a STEM curriculum using Hot Wheels in the classroom, and is co-created with Mattel Children’s Foundation and the University of Southern California Rossier School of Education. In part one of our four-part blog series, Julie Marsh and Robert Danielson provide insight into the pilot programs’ methodology, results and key takeaways.

USC Rossier’s Hot Wheels Speedometry Project

USC Rossier and the Mattel Children’s Foundation are bringing science and play together to teach STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) topics to fourth graders.