NCRF has partnered with Kids That Code to offer continuous training to help inner city kids learn coding and programming. Kids That Code was founded by Alfonso Anaya, and Jose Navarrete in Riverside, California. “We are so excited to partner with NCRF to help create more diversity in STEAM,” says CEO Alfonso Anaya
Just two weeks ago the African Americans in Aviation Traveling Museum visited the Unity Center and engaged with students from the ages of K-12. They were introduced to the history of black Aviators and more specific, the Tuskegee Airmen. Upon learning this they were invited to the Palm Springs Air Museum to view and learn about the aircrafts from WWII. They were also honored with their youth aviator wings in a formal presentation by Chauncey E. Spencer,II
Each day of the week students were immersed in Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Math during a four week period.
Monday was SCIENCE: Waste Water Runoff and its effect on our environmentTuesday was Technology: Cool Tech jobs and hands-on Coding skillsWednesday was Engineering: Learning about Circuitry; Batteries, L.E.D., bread boards, etc…Thursday was Arts: Brand Awareness and Graphic DesignFriday was Math: Financial Literacy and the Game of Life
Teachers and parents get ready for an explosive event with fun and energetic professionals in the STEAM fields. Your students will be WOWED with new experiences no matter the age group. We have something for everyone. Compete on being the most energized classroom and win prizes.
High School Juniors and Seniors can win Scholarships with a simple essay on: Why Should Students think S.T.E.A.M. in the New Millennium.
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We are here to IGNITE, EXCITE and BUILD the brains of our future youth with Creativity and Curiosity!!!
National College Resources Foundation Students Think STEAM initiative provides a fun, interactive way for students to learn, grow and get excited about STEAM fields. Our curriculum incorporates the fundamentals and application of Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, Agriculture, and Math, helping to inspire curiosity and lifelong learning in these fast growing fields. The state of the art classroom on wheels program is powered by the “STEAM Mobile” air stream trailer, including a 3D printer, mac computers for each student, interactive activities and engaging instructors. This groundbreaking program is rapidly growing as it brings positive outcomes to students’ performance, academia, engagement and understanding to STEAM.
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A vintage 1967 Airstream Trailer rolls into schools, community centers, churches and sparks interest! It's the STEAM/STEM Mobile! For the past few years, prior to COVID-19 this educational trailer has peaked curiosity and creativity. It brings science, technology, engineering, arts, agriculture, aviation, aerospace and mathematics to a whole new learning experience. Fully loaded with 9 Mac Book Pros, a State of the Arts 3D Printer and teaching tools for all age groups.
If you would like this STEAM mobile to make a visit to your campus please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.