Save the Date - June 15-17, 2021
Our conference will be hybrid. This means that we will offer face to face and virtual professional learning options. Thank you to the nearly 500 teachers who gave us feedback on the format that will best meet your needs this summer. You can see the response data above.
Pre-Registration and Call for Proposals NOW OPEN! Visit our conference website to learn more.
STEM Cobb Sponsors
Virtual Summer STEM Academy for Grades 8-12: Register by May 14th
Cost is $100. Download flyer below.
HYPE Summer Coding Camp
The Cobb STEM Distinguished Educator Awards are designed to recognize exceptional K-12 teachers in the Cobb County School District who have made a commitment to meaningfully implementing STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) in their classroom.
Make plans to join us June 15-17, 2021.
Free STEM/STEAM Resources
Please visit our STEM/STEAM Digital Resources page for ideas to use at home.
$250 Scholarships are available to start a Girls Who STEM Club at your school. Available to Cobb Teachers/Schools only at this time. Purchase t-shirts, STEM Gems books & more to grow the STEM Pipeline.
STEM Cobb Celebrates Women in STEM
Many thanks to Paula Garcia Todd, STEM Cobb Advisory Board Member, and IMC for creating and sharing these videos!
Learn more about the options for STEM Certification in Cobb.
Explore the Educator STEM Resources available in Cobb.
Visit Cobb schools to see STEM practices in action.
Download Introductory STEM Lessons for K-5 Classrooms
Check out our STEM Innovation Academy Remix professional learning opportunities for schools! Click the logo to learn more.
STARBASE (Hybrid) Summer STEM Academy for Rising 6th-8th Grade Girls: Register by May 24th
Cost is $50. Download flyer below. Application link: https://form.jotform.com/STARBASE_Robins/STEMACADEMYapplication
Check out the STEM Cobb Blog for upcoming PL, Resources & more!
What is STEM Education in Cobb County?
STEM education programs in Cobb cultivate problem solvers through problem-based learning and critical thinking engagement within science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. Students create, design, build, discover, and collaborate while developing contextual connections between school, community, work, and the global environment.