STEM Expo 2018

STEM

Science, Technology, Engineering, & Math

Edmonds School District STEM Expo 2018

“Celebrating Student Growth in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) in the Edmonds School District”

Students at the STEM Expo event

The STEM Expo is a student-centered, noncompetitive learning celebration which showcases Scientific Investigation, Engineering Design, and other Science and Technology related projects developed by students in grades 4-12 across the district.

When: Monday, April 23, 2018, 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm

Where: Mountlake Terrace High School

Who: All grade 4-12 students in the Edmonds School District

Welcome Students!

The STEM Expo is a celebration of YOU, and of your learning in science, technology, engineering, and math. It is the place to share what you care deeply about and to show the community how STEM can be used to impact our future. To join the event, you may use work done as part of a class, or work you've developed independently with support from a teacher, mentor or coach. Your projects may be presented as team or as individual work in any of the following categories. If you plan to participate independently, check out the resources tab at the left and notify Mary Glodowski at the Edmonds School District at glodowskim@edmonds.wednet.edu.

Scientific Investigations
Lab experiments or field studies designed by students in order to answer a specific scientific question.

Engineering Design Projects and Inventions
Inventions and engineered projects designed by students to provide a solution to a problem.

Computer Sciences
Projects designed by students which include work in computer engineering, programming, forensics, and software development.

Scientific Inquiry Essays
This category showcases two major types of student essays. One type is writing done to explain lab techniques and experiments done (but not designed) by students. A second type is writing based on a review of scientific literature to explore a question about a scientific topic.

STEM Club Projects
Procedures and technologies used by students as part of STEM related competitions and project-based learning activities.

STEM Classroom Demonstrations
These displays feature demonstrations of procedures and technologies used within STEM classrooms.

If you plan to participate independently, check out the resources tab at the left and notify Mary Glodowski, Edmonds School District, at glodowskim@edmonds.wednet.edu.

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