If your class is looking for STEAM integrated lessons to make learning hands-on, let me tell you how In-School field trips are fast and easy to book!
This week I was in a classroom teaching lessons about minerals that involved magnets. We talked about the make-up of the earths core, how magnets are sourced, load stones and how positive and negative poles apply to pull and push/repel and attract, and all 33 students were able to make and take their own Spirograph magnetic mazes as well as magnetic poles to show their friends and family.
Giving students the opportunity to bring their creative experiments home to display, discuss and play always lead to a greater understanding of the applied curriculum. The at-home application is so important to allow these young scientists to continue learning while they use the vocabulary to describe their work and their exciting lessons with family and friends.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
October 13, 2017
Contact: Vicki White
The Science Lady is Coming to Maui
Local Schools to amaze students with STEAM shows
Kahului, HI, October 13, 2017– Vicki White is known around the United States as “The Science Lady”. She will be on the island of Maui performing educational shows, providing in-class assemblies, and training local educators during professional development training from October 20, 2017 through November 3, 2017.
Kahului Elementary School, Kula Elementary, Waihee Elementary, Makawao Elementary, Pu’u Kukui Elementary, Haiku Elementary, Sacred Hearts School Lahaina, Pomakai Elementary, Kansha Preschool.
This fall, Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS) and Science Technology Engineering Art and Math (STEAM) concepts become fun with “Creepy Science Mania” shows that highlight the best science education has to offer! The audience and location varieties leave plenty of opportunity for scientists of all ages to enjoy and learn together, and we hope you will preview and enjoy Vicki’s special brand of “Edutainment”.
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If you would like more information about this topic and specific dates and locations, please contact Vicki White at (661)993-7337 or email at SciVicki@gmail.com.
Hear about upcoming events and fantastic camps here.