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STEM Connect Virtual Event

Innovative STEM Projects for Your Classroom - Featuring 2010 Institute Fellows

Author: 2010 Institute Fellows

Presented by 2010 Siemens STEM Institute Fellows

Tuesday, June 21, 2011, 7pm EST

For Educators


Join a few 2010 Siemens STEM Institute Fellows to see innovative projects that integrate STEM in the classroom in new and exciting ways. Using Web 2.0 tools learned at the Institute, Fellows worked together across the country on projects that ranged from students collaborating across states to solve crimes using forensics and Web 2.0 tools to using STEM skills to design and engineer a remotely-operated vehicle (ROV) to study the waterways of the Tampa Bay. You’ll learn how you can adapt the project to your own classroom to excite students about STEM.


  • Download the archived recording, as well as the individual presentations from each project, from the Classroom Connections box to the right.
  • Click the left and right arrows to see all of the files.
  • Remember, you must register for Siemens STEM Academy (free) in order to download files.
  • To see more on the STEMagic presentation, including the rubric, visit th Closing the STE...M Gap webinar page.


Subjects:  ScienceTechnologyEngineeringMathematicsIntegrationInspiration
Grade Level:  3456789101112
Keywords:  STEM projects institute
Types:  Virtual Events

Peg Hartwig says:
26-Jun-11 08:48 AM

As a Siemens STEM Fellow, Iwould like to validate the serious nature of the Siemens application process. Although Discovery works closely with Siemens, the choosing of Fellows is conducted by the College Board. The Fellows come from all kinds and sizes of schools and there is no part of the application that asks about district doesn't have DEN. when answering application questions,I believe you must convey your cooperative motivations to professionally grow with others. We are charged with the task of further developing STEM initiatives building more opportunities for kids to grow...the resume is important but your motivation and desire to grow with others is absolute. If you aren't chosen, apply again, reflecting on your written and video responses. Choosing only 50 from our entire nation is a tall task. Chosen Fellows should take this opportunity seriously.

Katherine Prammer says:
21-Jun-11 07:04 PM

Excellent Webinar filled with practical ideas to motivate and teach.

Marc Schreiber says:
20-Jun-11 12:49 PM

I also can not attend and would love to view at a later date

Lena F. Lumongsod says:
18-Jun-11 07:28 AM

I am excited to learn as much as I can because I am assigned to STEM next school year.

Jason Dietrich says:
17-Jun-11 02:18 PM

Looking at the Illinois recipient. It appears that I do not teach in an affluent enough district.

Jason Dietrich says:
16-Jun-11 08:29 PM

From Kelly's comment, looks like I need to teach on the east coast, preferably on the east coast (MA), and visit NASA and apply for Siemen's Change the World event.

Jason Dietrich says:
16-Jun-11 08:20 PM

To All Selected as Siemens Institute Fellows: I would like for you to visit my profile on (Jason Dietrich) and provide some feedback regarding my qualifications to become a Siemens Institute Fellow. I'm not sure if it is where I teach or lack of knowing the right person, but our school uses Discovery Education, I teach College Board AP Math & Physics courses and I have participated in numerous STEM activities (Engineering Open Houses, Real World Design Competitions, WYSE, STEM Days, Symposiums, etc.). I have two engineering degrees, a masters in education and am working on additional course work in applied mathematics. I would just like some feedback.

Anna Marie Croney says:
16-Jun-11 01:53 PM

I'm looking forward to learning about STEM>

Kelly Graveson says:
16-Jun-11 10:19 AM

I've been chosen as a 2011 Institute Fellow and I can't wait to see what's in store!

Lynne Vander Veer says:
16-Jun-11 09:45 AM

I'm very interested in learning more about STEM. Our school is adopting a pilot program this upcoming year for the junior high. I teach 4th and 5th grade science so I would like to be aware of what will be expected in the following years.

Siemens STEM Academy says:
16-Jun-11 09:17 AM

@David, yes, the webinar will be recorded and archived on this page within two days following the live webinar.

Deborah Roche says:
16-Jun-11 09:11 AM


marybeth duffy-hasenauer says:
16-Jun-11 08:16 AM

I teach English at STEM HS in Rochester, NY. How could I incorporate this into my 10th grade English class next year? This is our second year in existence as a STEM school. Last year I had the 9th graders. Please be more definitive by integration and inspiration in the above section "subjects". Thanks!

David Johnson says:
16-Jun-11 08:14 AM

This webinar would be extremely helpful to my lesson planning for the up coming year. Unfortunately, I will not be able to attend; can it be archived for later listening?

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