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Archives for May 2016
MMSA is offering some great worshops for educators this spring! These are excellent opportunities for in-school and out-of-school educators. Learn everything you need to know to host a Family Engineering Night at a session March 28 from 3:30 pm to 6:30 pm. Weave simple but fun activities into your K-5 curriculum to feed a students natural curiosity and maker spirit with tips from “Fun with Science, Technology, and Engineering in the Elementary Grades” on April 6. Get a solid introduction to STEM integration across the K-12 curriculum on April 28.
Maine teens were lauded recently for growing a kidney and solving a pollution problem. The news made the front page of the Portland Press Herald and was showcased on WCSH. Demetri Maxim, a senior at Gould Academy, won first place in his category for his work in developing a way to grow kidney cells from… [Read More]
MMSA cordially invites K-8 educators from school-day, after school, or out-of-school programs to a workshop on engineering in the elementary grades August 3 in Bangor. Participants will receive a $150 stipend and earn 6 contact hours for attending this event. Lunch is included. Apply here by June 1. The Extravaganza of Engineering Examples for Grades… [Read More]