Episode #106 - December 7th, 2016
This week we learn about STEAM and STEM programs at Roosevelt STEAM Academy, Washington STEM Academy, Edgewood Middle School, and Warsaw High School. We also visit the Cookies and Coding event at the Elkhart Public Library.
Original Airdate: December 07, 2016

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  • December 7th, 2016 Photo Alvernon Mitchell, Katherine Manzanares, Nathan Geise, Tessa Sutton, Chris Beyer, Harold Walt, Howard Edwards More Information

    Roosevelt STEAM Academy

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    City: Elkhart, IN
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    In 2009, the United States education system realized that they needed to make significant improvements in order to prepare students for the workforce. Some of these renewed efforts, known as STEM education, have provided students opportunities to take ownership in their learning. Roosevelt STEAM Academy is the first STEAM Academy in Elkhart, Indiana. Students are more optimistic and show a love for learning.

    Guests:

    1. Alvernon MitchellRoosevelt STEAM Academy
    2. Katherine ManzanaresRoosevelt STEAM Academy
    3. Nathan GeiseRoosevelt STEAM Academy
    4. Tessa SuttonRoosevelt STEAM Academy
    5. Chris BeyerRoosevelt STEAM Academy
    6. Harold WaltRoosevelt STEAM Academy
    7. Howard EdwardsRoosevelt STEAM Academy

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  • December 7th, 2016 Photo Ben Barkey, Rose Love, Izzy Ray, Andrew Bass, Betty Barnett, Scott Fetters, Aynsley Patton, Gary Hawblitzel, Christi Overman, Tom Ray, Var Bobba, David Burden More Information

    STEM in Warsaw

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    City: Warsaw, IN
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    Washington STEM Academy is a certified STEM school, which focuses on reading and writing. Edgewood Middle School and Warsaw High School are investigating becoming STEM certified, but right now offer STEM classes. STEM classes allow students to explore, investigate, and deepen their learning. Although these three schools in Warsaw, IN, do not have the “STEAM” title, they say that they bring in the arts. Students’ projects involve illustrations of stories, watercolors, and pottery, for example.

    Guests:

    1. Ben BarkeyWarsaw High School
    2. Rose LoveWarsaw High School
    3. Izzy RayWarsaw High School
    4. Andrew BassEdgewood Middle School
    5. Betty BarnettEdgewood Middle School
    6. Scott FettersWashington STEM Academy
    7. Aynsley PattonWashington STEM Academy
    8. Gary HawblitzelWashington STEM Academy
    9. Christi OvermanWashington STEM Academy
    10. Tom RayWashington STEM Academy
    11. Var BobbaWashington STEM Academy
    12. David BurdenWashington STEM Academy

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  • December 7th, 2016 Photo Sahara Smith, Allison McLean, Tracy Smith More Information

    STEM with SASS

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    City: Elkhart, IN
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    STEM with Sass has partnered with the Elkhart Public Library for a program called Cookies & Coding.

    Guests:

    1. Sahara SmithSTEM with SASS
    2. Allison McLeanSTEM with SASS
    3. Tracy SmithSTEM with SASS

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