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Kids Interested in Discovering STEAM (KIDS) Club October Sessions - Register Today!

Saturday, October 17, 2020
11:45AM – 1:15PM & 1:30PM – 3:00PM

Hour of Code using Scratch

Grade: 4th - 5th Grade
Cost: $20

Students will learn the fundamentals of coding as we create the ultimate computer game using Scratch 3.0. Through this process, the participants will solve complex problems, collaborate with others, and have fun sharing their amazing creations with the world.

Fun with Chromatography
Grade: 4th - 5th Grade
Cost: $20

Students will explore the connection between science and art through color chromatography with fun hands-on activities.

Exploring Science of Water

Grade: 4th - 5th Grade
Cost: $20

"Water" you doing? Explore the soapy science of surfactants. Participants will learn about several unique properties of water through a series of guided hands-on experiments.

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  • Food Drives, Family Focused Workshops, and Informative Seminars Support the LatinX Community

    GoSTEM at Georgia Tech provides Latino families with community service and engaging online programming

  • LatinX Computer Science Students Focus of New NSF-Funded Research Grant for Georgia Tech, University of Puerto Rico-Rio Piedras 

    Georgia Tech and the University of Puerto Rico-Rio Piedras receive $2.9 million NSF grant to design informal learning computer science curriculum and broaden access to STEM education. The "Collaborative Research Broadening Participation of LatinX Students in Computer Science by Integrating Culturally Relevant Computational Music Practices" will directly address the lack of representation of Latinx and Spanish-speaking students in computer science. This NSF-funded project will expand middle and high school students' STEM engagement and opportunities within both the continental United States and Puerto Rico. The creative approach will teach code and music composition by designing, implementing, and assessing a new informal learning curriculum.

  • Meltem Alemdar and Christopher Cappelli: Collaborative Interdisciplinary Research

    Dr. Meltem Alemdar and Mr. Christopher Cappelli of the Georgia Institute of Technology Center for Education Integrating Science, Mathematics, and Computing's Research and Evaluation Group are no strangers to collaboration. Their strengths naturally complement each other. Their cutting-edge research in curricular assessment helped develop a seamless workflow to form a model of harmonious teamwork in action.

  • Georgia Tech Teacher Summer Internship Program Works to Build a Future in STEM Careers for Students in Middle Georgia

    Under the Georgia Institute of Technology Georgia Intern Fellowships for Teachers (GIFT) program, Macon County High School educator, Twinkle Mark, participated in an internship in Industrial Systems at South Georgia Technical College. She gained skills and experiences to inspire her students to pursue post-secondary careers in the STEM fields. Mark also received the third-place 2020 Paul A. Duke GIFT Action Plan Award from Georgia Tech.

  • GoSTEAM at Georgia Tech promotes STEAM Innovation for K-12 Students and Teachers

    72 middle and high school students and 26 teachers from Atlanta, Gwinnett, and Clayton County Public School participated in STEAM Innovation Workshops at Georgia Tech during the spring and summer of 2020. The spring event consisted of five unique breakout workshops to engage students in STEAM activities taught first-hand from Georgia Tech faculty and community professionals.  The summer teacher professional development consisted of a 3-week, interactive online professional development program for GoSTEAM teachers.