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ThomasMore Field Station Jun 11
GOOD MORNING! Donuts, sunshine and Camp WAVE visiting today. Sounds like it’s going to be a great day on the River!
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Brenda Bouldin M.A., M.Ed. Jun 11
Why is STEM education important for our girls? Because sometimes she is the one that has to fix the oven and solve the problem. Thankful for my background in STEM so I could save a ton of money in labor costs today.
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Myddelton STEM-B Jun 11
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Elkmont Elementary Jun 10
Our Summer Program kids are having so much fun with
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Holger Voss Jun 11
First launch dress rehearsal for mini version of the new // launcher with an unusual payload! Do you like what you see ? 🚀 🌘
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Lisa Ciraldo 21h
After analyzing various Engineering Design Processes, I synthesized my own (below), w/lots of interdependent moving parts. A fun exercise to help flesh out each step & possible directions students can take during a challenge. Feedback?
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Thriving Threes 26m
What is your favourite type of bridge: Beam, Arch, Truss, or Suspension?
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Amber Marshall 22m
Took the kids to the library today and stumbled upon these science books for littles... brought home a few for my girls! Thank you, , for helping us start science early!
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Bobbie Maxine 6h
Meet my first coding class this week 👋🏼 We will be doing intro to Python programming and other fun STEM related activities!
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Play Four Levels 49m
Hear a recent from Jason "Smiley" Leveille, Gaming Sommelier, at the 2019 Convention in Manitou Springs!
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Nina Eidson 9h
Let there be light! At Raspberry Pi can't wait to code with my students!
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Saranya Wyles MD, PhD 2h
Great job and at the RMM celebration poster session! Exemplary trainees and teaching assistants in regenerative sciences
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Natalie D'Amico Jun 12
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Curio O Box 20h
Keep the sound 🔊on Children made hand tester game which gives sound as soon as the circuit gets completed. Fun learning simple circuits, series connection and about electricity.
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Deidre Ripka Jun 16
When you hear the words “STEM lab” what do you envision as the physical make-up of the room? Sky is the limit.... capacity 24 high schoolers.
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WRGrade1 7h
Ms. Clark’s class is building spaghetti towers.
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Bonnie Hess 6h
Penny Raft Challenge- Students designed and engineered a raft last week. Which raft can hold the most pennies?? Our highest number was 11 pennies!
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Jennifer Fernandes 6h
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Karlie Jeffery 10h
Rosie the planting robot, created by my Grade 3 students. The students learned how to add music to their code so Rosie can spread her love for the earth while planting more trees
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Allison VanDriessche 7h
MSU St. Andrews bee hives needed a little more room. House are full!
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