Witness how schools around Georgia are engaging their students in STEM and STEAM through project-based learning and other learning strategies.
Heard Elementary shows its growth from an academic magnet school to utilizing all STEAM components in its project-based learning programs.
In this section of School Stories, Georgia teachers and their 5th-grade students talk through their favorite project-based learning activities.
Blue Ridge teachers detail their 5th-grade student stream study at West Fannin Elementary School.
In this episode of School Stories, we visit Coleman Middle School in Gwinnett County to learn about the school's STEAM project-based learning curriculum.
In this segment of School Stories, Fannin County Middle School teachers explain the benefits of their exploratory learning program.
Students at Collins Hill High School collaborate on a project that creatively combines robotics and the study of organisms in their biology class.
Biology students at Union County High School explore healthcare and anatomy concepts through STEM. Students participate in a health fair where they present their research on a wide range of healthcare topics, including air pollution, vaping, and high blood pressure.
Join GPB Education on a STEM journey into and out of this world with our triple threat PBS partners NASA, NOVA, and Nature. Utilizing resources from these three digital educational series, participants will explore how to connect their students to compelling, real-world STEAM stories through free videos, interactive tools, and lesson planning resources. The NOVA, Nature, and NASA collections on PBS LearningMedia contain more than 1500 resources that educators can use to spark and enrich student knowledge through STEM (Science Technology Engineering Mathematics) education.
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Your STEM students haven't been on a field trip in ages and they've had enough! They're taking extreme measures "to compare and contrast the characteristics, composition, and location of comets, asteroids, and meteoroids" by planning an interstellar field trip. Their rocket is almost ready, but they haven't started planning their spacesuits and you're a little worried that they don't fully understand the dangers of space travel. Join GPB Education and an intrepid potato for a STEMonstration about how meteoroids don't play nicely in space and what you can do to save the taternaut!
STEM is more than Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math. STEM asks students to consider deep, real-world questions and collaborate with others to arrive at meaningful conclusions. Learning through interdisciplinary units of study challenges students and helps them develop the relevant skills for evolving and expanding careers. Join GPB Education as we explore our digital resources and instructional strategies that support STEM education and the P21 framework. Participants will come away with an expanded digital toolbox for better illustrating the knowledge their students need to thrive in the workplace and as citizens.