Global STEAM Day! November 8, 2021
Inviting students Grades 5-10 to attend a unique STEAM Experience.
Classrooms, homeschool, teachers and school leadership, please join us in an International STEAM Conversation. We are bringing STEAM Professionals together to discuss how their work is connected to water. Participants will gain perspectives in STEAM, Careers and Environmental Stewardship. This event joins environmental communities in US and Kenya. We will lead students throughout the morning's presenters to gather data and inspiration to enter our STEAM Challenge. Students will learn: Students will learn STEAM Perspectives and career paths. Students will gain global perspectives on water conservation. Students will understand technology innovations for water preservation. Students will use design to create a persuasive poster to promote their water inquiry and action. Monday, November 8, 2021- Zoom STEAM Classroom Event 9:00 AM - 10:00 AM - Eastern Standard Time (New York, USA) 5:00 PM - 6:00 PM - Kenyan Time Agenda: Introductions from Sandra Vilevac & Victor Didi Mindfulness & NASA Exercise Video recap of Beach Clean Up Kenya, Twins World (November 6, 2021) STEAM Presentations (See below) STEAM Challenge presented by Sandra Vilevac Kenyan Speakers: Twins World - Victor Didi - Building Environmental Communities Dunga Community Eco Crafts - Technology Amazon Theatrics Ensemble - Art United States Speakers: Josh Fowler - Engineer - Fluid Dynamics & "How beach waves are formed" Risha George - NASA Engineer - Human Space Flight & Water Rechelle Ray - Refill Goodness - Environmental Communities Students who attend can enter the STEAM Challenge - all entries due December 6, 2021. Instructions will be distributed during November 8 event. See you all there!
Washington D.C., DC, USA