The students and teacher will go on a walk to look for and record the different types of structures they see in their community. Discussion will revolve around what a structure is, what makes it strong and stable, and what forces act on it. An investigation of structures can result from this shared experience. After gaining knowledge of structures, students will be asked to design and build a structure, such as a longhouse or a pioneer house, which is strong, stable, and can withstand forces applied to it.
The students will learn about the needs of plants by using a data collection tool (Makeblock Neurons). This tool will allow students to measure the temperature and humidity around a plant as well as... read more
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Following the STAO Project Innovation seminars, I was inspired by the lectures that encouraged students to innovate and expand their creativity while building small eco-friendly devices, games made... read more
It is our goal to create a library of videos showcasing the diversity of careers in STEM and the diversity of the people who do them. We want to be able to provide students with Career ideas, add... read more