Saturday, October 22, 2016
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STEM ignites propulsion, suspension projects
Using more than 8,500 pieces, Poth High School students Zachary Bauer, Rhett Kelley, and Aaron Wiatrek combine teamwork, problem solving, and communication to build this 6-foot K’nex ferris wheel.
The Poth Independent School District recently invested in a lab called the SMART LAB from Creative Learning Systems. This lab, a blend of STEM and audio/visual components, is based on a series of curriculum-guided and self-directed project engagements where problem solving and critical thinking are fostered. With this lab, the school has been able to offer students more choices and exposure to areas such as robotics and animation. . . .
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