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Keeping up with Coding!

Posted by:Jacqueline

In addition to using our own STEM curriculum, LET’S GO Team members seek out other curriculum. Some LET’S GO partners have large STEM programs and they require diversity in STEM technical skills, including programming. LET’S GO trained under Code in the Schools recently to understand where coding is moving for elementary, middle and high school…

Light Up with the NEED Project

Posted by:Jacqueline

LET’S GO strives to find new quality STEM activities for our partners. An opportunity to collaborate with the National Energy Education Development [NEED] Project, who offers energy based curriculum, allowed us to learn all that the NEED curriculum has to offer alongside one of our partners, Washington School for Girls [WSG]./READ MORE/ LET’S GO reviewed…

What is Engineering?

Posted by:Debbie

Youth at Govans Elementary learn how the Engineering Design Process is a tool they can use to solve problems. Working with students from Loyola University they had to design a tower to lift a frog up 10 inches so it didn’t get eaten by alligators, using a few index cards, a ruler, tape, and scissors….

Maryland Science Olympiad (MSO)

Posted by:Debbie

For the second year in a row, middle schoolers at Westport Academy attended the Baltimore City Maryland Science Olympiad (MSO) Tournament with the support of their coaches, LET’S GO staff and their Charm City Science League (CCSL) Mentors. Six middle schoolers from Westport Academy competed in 6 events. Sisters Ziaysia and Kicia Gunn won first…

Minds-On Hands-On STEM

Posted by:Allison

These 2nd grade students needed lots of concentration as they explored how different size gears increase or decrease the speed of rotation during their STEM time with Ms. Tracy. We love seeing facilitators infuse math and minds-on learning into their lesson.

LEGO Education WeDo Robotics

Posted by:Allison

To understand how programming works requires a step by step process. WeDo is an introduction to the world of coding. It combines the tinkering and engineering of a robot that then puts coding into action. Third grade students at the Congress Heights Campus, Eagle Academy PCS in Washington, D.C. have been exploring just that this Fall 2017.

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