In a world in the not-so-distant future, riding on a rocket ship will be as commonplace as riding on an airplane. Mathematicians will have solutions to the Millennium Prize Problems. And we’ll have cures for some of the worst diseases. You and your students can be at the forefront of these amazing discoveries when you promote STEAM skills in your school and classroom.
Join us Saturday, October 13, as leaders from the STEAM world discuss ideas for sparking curiosity and fueling imagination with coding, robotics, and STEAM. These discussions will include ideas for immediate integration and how we can build upon a strong STEAM foundation.
Highlights from this event include:
Makerspace activities that you can tie in with standards and integrate with various content areas
How students can build, program, and decorate their own robots and even bring their creations to life
The tool that can help your students develop a deeper understanding of math and coding concepts
This free event is brought to you by KinderLab and BlocksCAD.
Session 2: 11 – 11:30 am ET with Jason Innes
“Build. Art. Code. Play: Integrating Robotics within K-2 Curriculum”
Session 5: 2 – 2:30 pm ET with Will Eaton
“Incorporating Coding and Computational Thinking into Math Curriculum for Grades 3-8”
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We offer flexible classes that address the needs of teachers and schools to support today’s classrooms and increase student success