You are invited to attend our annual Issaquah School District’s STEMposium!
Join us for a showcase of STEM learning hosted by teachers and students from the Issaquah School District. Teachers with their students are invited to share how they teach and learn STEM skills with classroom projects, after-school clubs, and student competitions. In addition to teacher/student booths, there will be various community partners hosting STEM booths and activities.
When: February 13th at Issaquah High from 5:30-7:30 p.m.
Where: Issaquah High School Commons
What: A showcase by Issaquah School District teachers and students demonstrating how they integrate STEM skills and knowledge through classroom projects, after school clubs, and student competitions.
Classroom Booths: Demonstrate a variety of STEM related learning activities in K-12 classrooms.
Activity Booths: Interactive hands-on activities including Google Expeditions, Dash Robots, MakeyMakey, Ozobots, and BeeBots.
Community Booths: Various STEM related industries, colleges and organizations share their work in the STEM field.
WHO: Come one, come all. This event is open to all students, families, and community members in the Issaquah School District
Attendees will have the opportunity to: create a paper circuit to light a led bulb, drive a Sphero from an iPad app, go on a virtual field trip with Google Expeditions, play a piano make from banana keys, and more!
Teachers hosting booths will not only earn tech compensation, but also provide an amazing opportunity for their students to present STEM learning to our community members. Check out the STEMposium program from last year to get ideas and use this link to sign up to host a booth with your students.
Click here to sign-up for a classroom or community booth.
For more information contact:
- Rowena Duane – elementary schools
- Sue Myette – elementary schools
- Valerie Buck – secondary schools
- Lisa Neighbours – Career and Technical Education
- Diana Eggers – community organizations