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CEISMC Hosts 1st Saturday STEMlabs at Georgia Tech-Savannah
Informational meeting for local businesses interested in learning about summer internship opportunities.
Annual competition for local elementary schools across four counties.
Learn how to get your school based makerspace up and running.
Learn how to get started with hummingbird robotics in your classroom.
Learn the advanced computer science features built into this free web-based software.
Learn how to get started with the InVenture Prize curriculum
Learn how to implement a high quality STEAM camp at your school.
Week long summer programs for 3rd-7th graders
Learn about the 6th-8th grade engineering curriculum.
Learn about the 6th-8th grade math and science modules.
Learn how things are made and transported all over the world!
Learn how to create IOT sensors and devices.
National Science Fondaton - nsf.gov News Release 18-111 , Dec 4, 2018
A study conducted by Georgia Tech CEISMC researchers examining the impact of middle school engineering courses has been published in the International Journal of Education in Mathematics, Science, and Technology. The results suggest that students who enroll in at least two of the engineering courses perform significantly better on standardized tests than students who do not enroll in any.
Infosys Foundation USA, Oct 2, 2018
Researchers at CEISMC have completed Phase I of a study that examines how the personal networks and self-efficacy beliefs of Noyce teachers impact retention in high-needs schools.
The Kendeda Building for Innovative Sustainable Design will have an impact far greater than the Georgia Tech community—it is meant to transform the entire Southeastern United States. One way to impact our region, and in particular our state, is to engage with K-12 schools. CEISMC will create an outreach curriculum pertaining to The Kendeda Building. This curriculum connects the State of Georgia’s teaching standards directly with biologically-inspired elements of the Living Building Challenge to help guide students’ understanding of how nature and science can help solve the many challenges of achieving Living Building Challenge certification.
Fayette County middle school teacher Dr. Kathleen Lanman was named one of the Top 10 Innovative Teachers by the Henry Ford Museum of American Innovators. Lanman works extensively with Georgia Tech’s K-12 InVenture Prize.
CEISMC partnership with M.R. Hollis Innovation Academy’s yields its first cohort of Innovators-in-Residence, who helped integrate technologies such as robotics kits and 3D printers in K-12 classrooms during the 2017-18 school year.