The haunted lab tours will take place on October 28th, 2016, from 7-9 pm in the Ford Environmental Science and Technology Building located at 311 Ferst Drive NW. There will be signs directing everyone to the start of the tour once they reach the building. Admission fee of $3 per person at the door.
"Increasing student engagement is key for student success. Having students who are curious, passionate, and interested in the material leads to better outcomes across the board. But how can educators prepare today’s students for tomorrow’s careers and increase engagement?" Click this link to register for a 1-hour webinar on October 19th, 2PM.
Registration is now open for Saturday, November 12th - a full day, free workshop provided by Code.org to train teachers on using their K-5 computer science curriculum. Space is limited in this awesome opportunity, so don't delay in registration! Please review this FLYER for the link to sign up!
Georgia Aquarium is thrilled to work with Google to host the second annual Google Field Trip Days November 14-18, 2016. During this week of exploration, collaboration, and solution seeking, classes in grades 6-8 from Title I schools are invited to come to the Aquarium free of charge to explore the theme Diving into STEAM. Classes will participate in programming from 10:00am-1:00pm one day during this week and have the option to arrive early or stay later to explore the galleries on their own. Teachers click HERE to apply!
Check out the CobbCast blog featuring Eastside's recent STEM Day!
At Girls FIRST, participants will be offered a full day of great free STEM activities including a collaborative engineering challenge with university peer mentors, a fantastic successful female STEM professional Keynote Speaker and Panel Discussion, free lunch, instruction on driving the big robots we use in competition, programming instruction, food and fellowship with our ladies interested in STEM. We want to encourage the community to learn more about the exciting possibilities that STEM education and careers hold. See this FLYER for more details! Hurry! Registration is limited to the first 100 students for this October 15th event!
Sally Creel & Tania Pachuta are members of the STEM & Innovation team in the Cobb Division of Teaching & Learning.