GSTA's STEMtalk 2016 is here! Do you have thoughts on how STEM is shaping your future? Are you interested in making a 5 minute (or less) video to express your ideas? Have you been hoping for an opportunity to captivate an audience? Are you terrified of public speaking, but maybe this is the push you need to conquer your fears and find a new talent? If you said YES to any of these questions, the GSTA STEMtalk competition might be perfect for you!
Click the link for more info: www.georgiascienceteacher.org/STEMTalk#step1
And come see Mrs. Dean on the 400 hall to get started!
Submissions are due September 16th. Don't miss out on this opportunity!
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We will have 3 official STEM Showcase days throughout the 2016-2017 school year. During our Showcase days, we invite teachers, administrators, and community members into our school to see our STEM challenges in action. STEM is integrated into our curriculum on a weekly basis, but on these Showcase days, you'll be able to walk into any classroom (Pre-K through 5th) and you're guaranteed to see students engaged in STEM challenges. You'll have the opportunity to see the lessons our teachers implement and how they facilitate student discovery. You'll also hear and see how our students communicate, collaborate, and work on creativity and critical thinking as they work through all the stages of the engineering design process. Talk with our students and teachers, ask questions, and see how the culture of our school is formed around STEM, the 4Cs, and the integration of 21st century skills- all tied to curriculum.
Our first STEM Showcase day will be held on August 31st from 8:15-11:15. Please click the link below to confirm your spot. We look forward to seeing you and sharing our STEM experience with you!
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