Applications to showcase at ISD’s STEMposium are now being accepted.
This exciting opportunity is a way to showcase STEM learning and application being done in our schools.
This is NOT creating a massive project for students to design a new type of robot to cure the flu.
It IS a place to have teachers and students share examples of STEM work in the classrooms.
Examples could include digital citizenship projects, Genius Hour Projects, engineering challenges, data representations to explain a scientific concept, creating an App to solve a problem, using a coding platform to create a project to demonstrate learning, and so many other great ideas present in classrooms. Check out the STEMposium program from last year to get ideas!
What is STEMposium? It is a showcase of STEM learning hosted by teachers and students from the Issaquah School District. Teachers and students through interactive booths and demonstrations share how they teach and learn STEM skills and knowledge through classroom projects, after-school clubs, and student competitions. In addition to teacher/student booths, there will be various industries and colleges hosting STEM booths.
When: February 7th at Issaquah High. 5:30-7:30 p.m.
- Show off and share your students’ amazing talents
- Community Engagement
- Technology compensation
If you have questions….
Elementary Teachers: Sue Myette – firstname.lastname@example.org
Secondary Teachers: Valerie Buck – email@example.com
CTE Teachers: Lisa Neighbors – firstname.lastname@example.org