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- 03/26/12--23:24: _big year – so far
- 08/16/12--01:11: _Renewable Energy Lab
- 09/06/12--12:32: _On the Way
- 11/09/12--23:53: _Robotic Mold Hunter...
- 04/25/16--10:03: _Perspective From th...
- 12/19/16--08:00: _Student Design Team...
- 11/15/11--18:02: UW Students will bring BioEngineering to Cleveland High School
- 11/22/11--10:19: UW Bioengineering Students visit Cleveland
- 02/11/12--08:03: 21st Century Microscopy with an iPad + digital camera
- 03/05/12--21:41: Planning for 9th grade STEM
- 03/26/12--23:24: big year – so far
- 08/16/12--01:11: Renewable Energy Lab
- 09/06/12--12:32: On the Way
- 11/09/12--23:53: Robotic Mold Hunters Coming to Life
- 04/25/16--10:03: Perspective From the Road: Student Resources Are Not Gifts
- 12/19/16--08:00: Student Design Team Night: STEMfest for Girls
ʔusubʔid hida.čisbadax̌iq ́ʔuyuq čačabax̌ (We all need clean beaches.) Our STEM registry and Catalyst Corps/Math Buddy project has been busy working and learning with the Environmental Safety Division of the Makah Tribe. They have a cutting edge program which inoculates diesel-contaminated soil with mushroom spores. The growing mushrooms suck the contaminants from the soil, detoxify […]
On Monday, November 21st and Tuesday, November 22nd UW BioEngineering students will teach Cleveland students about bioengineering through hands-on modules and talk about how they got into bioengineering. Should be an amazing time for all! If you are interested, here is a video from last year’s visits: http://www.youtube.com/user/pugetsoundoff#p/search/3/p-zNadnuaWM
Who knew? STEM Coordinator Phil Renault and the students in the Catalyst Corps/Math Buddy Program of Neah Bay High School and Markishtum Middle School on the Makah Reservation created a video for the Samsung Solve for Tomorrow contest. Over 1500 schools submitted entries, but the Neah Bay video captured the attention of the judges. Along […]
Cleveland High School (Seattle, WA) Project Lead the Way (PLTW) students, in my Principles of Biomedical Sciences course, explored new technology from a start-up company, ExoLabs (www.exo-labs.com), and found a new appreciation and passion for using microscopes.
The STEM project at Bremerton High School is in the beginning phase of planning. The Science department teachers have been meeting with the Engineering & Technology teacher to develop curriculum and plan projects. The plan is to transform our mandatory 9th grade Integrated Science course into a 9th grade Engineering & Technology Science course. This […]
The 2011/12 school year has proved to be a pretty epic one for SEDlabs so far and we’ve still got a few months to go! For those interested, here’s a quick overview of what’s transpired so far: Awards/Grants In February, we received noticed that SAS had been selected to be a STEM Lighthouse School. We […]
Brewster Integrated science students will be reading, writing, researching, investigating, and designing renewable energy sources. Solar, wind, and bio-diesel are our main focus. Other renewable energy sources will be looked into, but are not the main focus. A retired electrician from Chief Joseph Dam will come to school once a week to help students and […]
The Brewster Renewable Energy Lab is almost up and running. We ordered our 34meter anemometer tower yesterday along with our solar sensors. Today we will be ordering our exploration kits. Our community partner, Neil Jacobson, presented electricity basics to my students today. He will be with us nearly every Thursday. Tomorrow students begin their research […]
Lots of parts to assemble, so following technical manuals correctly is a must with no room for error. Our students have been very busy building their rover systems that eventually will be used to track down potentially toxic mold around residential homes. Our Minds-i systems have been proving to be a great fit for our […]
Four weeks ago, 40 educators, administrators, advocates, and the Washington STEM team, including myself, hopped aboard a bus to explore STEM education across Washington. This particular trip was geared towards a large state-wide representation of STEM education in various communities in southern and eastern Washington. Our goal? To spend three days immersed in communities around Washington […]
In early November we hosted a first Student Design Team meeting with the intention of having students help us design a STEMfest event for girls. A STEMfest is an event that promotes STEM-related subjects by way of guest speakers, workshops, breakout sessions, etc. The STEMfest we are planning with this group of students is specific […]