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More Innovative STEM Projects

Author: 2010 Institute Fellows


Presented by 2010 Siemens STEM Institute Fellows

Monday, July 25, 2011, 7pm EST

For Educators

 

Following the webinar "Innovative Projects for Your Classroom," you are invited to join a few more of the 2010 Fellows to see additional 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.


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


Siemens STEM Academy says:
02-Aug-11 03:12 PM

@Debbie, the file can be found in the Classroom Connections box. Click the right and left arrows at the bottom of the box to find the file. Thanks!

Debbie Salahi says:
02-Aug-11 08:40 AM

I don't see a link to this webinar. I attended "Innovative Projects for Your Classroom" and I was very interested in this one but could not attend. Thanks.

Deborah says:
13-Jul-11 09:32 PM

By clicking on the Register button am I automatically registered? What information do I need to view the class on the given date?

eleanor cerny says:
21-Jun-11 10:23 PM

Hi, I was registered for tonight's webinar, but could not attend. Is it possible to see it in the archive? Thank you. Eleanor Cerny

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