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Our Youngest Engineers

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 At Govans Elementary School in North East Baltimore, our youngest engineers are working hard!  After-school kindergarten teacher Yvonne Alcuizar says of her students, “My class this year is super energetic and it’s nice to see my students channel their energies to working together in teams of two and learn how to work with one another,…

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How do I know which middle school is the “right fit?”

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Are there advanced academic or STEM opportunities available and accessible to my student? These are some of the questions LET’S GO answered to 4th and 5th grade students and their parents and guardians at the School Choice Workshop on December 11, 2018. With a fantastic turnout of 20 parents and guardians and 16 current 4th…

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Starry Night

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Students at Washington Jesuit Academy created their own masterpieces of art. Instead of using oil paint like Van Gogh, to light up the night sky, students used conductive paint and LED lights. A conductor is any material that allows electricity to flow through it. The conductive paint activity is the last series in the LET’S…

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Mission Mash Up

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When you think of Nike, what comes to mind? Maybe adjectives, such as high quality or expensive, or even their slogan “Just do it.” Companies are not the only ones that benefit from branding. In an interactive workforce development seminar lead by Year Up, students learned the power of branding. After watching a video entitled…

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Holidays Greetings from the LET’S GO Family

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‘Tis the season to give. Please help students today to become STEM leaders tomorrow. Support the LET’S GO Boys and Girls programs, donate today here.

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Lit Up!

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Saturday STEM – Washington School for Girls @ THEARC , D.C. How do you create a circuit that lights up an LED bulb? Washington School for Girls in DC is figuring that out in the LET’S GO Electro Activity! Students explore basic circuitry using conductive and insulating materials. The activity will continue to offer different…

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Families ‘Making’ It Together

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December 8, 2018 – Winter Fest at Govans Elementary, Baltimore City At Govan’s Elementary School Winter Fest!, Baltimore City families had the opportunity to create a light up door wreath! Using Light Emitting Diodes (LEDs), coin cell batteries, foam and double-sided tape, families were able to follow a tutorial created by LET’S GO STEM Director,…

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Instructors Get To Have Fun Too!

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While instructors are busy learning content and vocabulary to run a STEM activity, LET’S GO likes to sprinkle in some hands-on fun for them. A dedicated instructor, from Washington Jesuit Academy in DC, models a ‘pollinator’ that students will make in their Ecology Academy Activity. Ecology focuses on the natural environment around us, whether its…

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Building Confidence to Teach STEM

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Building instructors’ competence and confidence to deliver high-quality STEM learning experiences is a cornerstone to fulfilling LET’S GO mission to break the cycle of poverty through STEM education and workforce development. “LET’S GO has been a critical partner with the Lakeland STEAM and Community Center that has resulted in expanding our organizational capacity to serve…

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Putting the T in STEM at Arduino

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    LET’S GO is putting the T in STEM, as they expand their curriculum and offerings to include computer science. Wednesday, September 19th, 2018 marked the first ever High School ARDUINO program offered by LET’S GO at Paul Public Charter School. The new computer science program is led by, LET’S GO contractor and Board…

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