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New Rockledge Elementary School Competitive Robotics Team Shares Positive Experiences

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Rockledge Elementary School in Bowie, MD starts a Competitive Robotics Team with a little help from LET’S GO. Team members share their positive learning experiences with us. “Programming robots was the best! I loved being in charge of how it moved with my help of giving it commands on the computer!” “The robots were fun…

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Meet New 2018-2019 AmeriCorp VISTA Member

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Ellin Rittler is serving as an AmeriCorps VISTA member this year with the LET’S GO Boys and Girls team in Baltimore to develop a program that will provide customized, targeted STEM enrichment experiences for LET’S GO STEM Scholars. She will be implementing STEM Scholar events and developing processes for connecting LET’S GO STEM scholars to…

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Govans’ First Lego League Youth Meet Real-Life Engineer

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Govans’ First Lego League team (FLL) got a visit from a real-life engineer! Pete Baker, an electrical engineer from the aerospace division of Northrop Grumman came to Govans to speak with the fourth and fifth graders on the team. They discussed what engineers do on a day-to-day basis and were able to see some behind…

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Electrifying Inspiration at Washington School for Girls

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Washington School for Girls in Washington, DC wanted to brighten up student knowledge about energy and electricity. This year, girls from both campuses come on Saturdays to learn all about electrical circuits using different materials. In the lesson, Squishy Circuits, students experiment with Play-Doh, modeling clay, and a battery pack to light up LED bulbs….

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LET’S GO Pilots New Computer Science Program in Baltimore

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LET’S GO is piloting an new computer Science program with 5th grade students at Govans Elementary School in north Baltimore. These students are learning how to build their own simple electrical circuits and then program a micro-controller which controls the behavior of the circuit. These ambitious students are learning the important 21st century skills of…

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STEM Scholar Leads Grade School Engineers

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Quanye, a freshman at Ben Franklin High School in Baltimore City, has been a student in LET’S GO STEM activities for the past few years. This year he is developing his workforce skills as a paid assistant coach with the FIRST LEGO League team at Westport Academy. He is helping the 4th and 5th grade…

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High Flying Eagles Embrace Nature!

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During Summer Camp at Eagle Academy PCS in Washington DC, students grew more intrigued by the simple yet complex ways of nature. Ecology Academy teaches students to better understand their environment. They begin to realize the importance of all creatures and to take better care of their environment, which ultimately leads to a better ecosystem…

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Do you have a passion for STEM and Baltimore City Youth?

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LET’S GO is looking for a dedicated individual with a passion for STEM and Baltimore City Youth to join our team as a VISTA for school year 2018-19. AmeriCorps VISTA members are passionate and committed to their mission to bring individuals and communities out of poverty. Members make a year-long, full-time commitment to serve on…

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Washington School for Girls Can Handle the Pressure!

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The young ladies at Washington School for Girls (WSG) take on the challenge of a more advanced EV3 robot. They first completed several WeDo 2.0 robots to warm up their skills. They have shown time after time, throughout the school year, that they can handle anything they put their minds to with the help of…

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Eagle Academy at the engineering finish-line!

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The students at Eagle Academy continue their SeaPerch ‘builds’. Seaperch is a curriculum comprised of basic science, technology, and engineering concepts typically taught in all of our LETS GO’s programs. The SeaPerch curriculum starts by having students build a Remotely Operated Vehicle (ROV), an underwater robot. Finally! The students at Eagle academy complete their Seaperch…

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