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Kirsten Baesler Visit's STEM Center

Posted on May 10, 2013 at 8:50 AM Comments comments (0)



On Wednesday May 8th The State Superintendent of Public Instruction visited the STEM Center. She was very impressed, and is supportive of the expansion of the program. The students were rock stars as always, answering questions and being living promotional data for the STEM program. Here is some of the news coverage:

The Physics of Wind Instruments

Posted on March 22, 2013 at 11:00 AM Comments comments (0)

Students Andrina Brogden and Miranda Wilcox sporting woodwind instruments

A woodwind instrument is one that is played by blowing into and through a reed. The reed then converts the air into a series of puffs. The vibrations open or close a slit located in between the reed and the mouthpiece, which causes vibrations in an air column. The vibration frequency is dete...

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STEM Students Take First at TEAMS

Posted on February 21, 2013 at 9:10 PM Comments comments (0)

Eight 7th grade students from West Fargo STEM won first place in the Middle School division of TEAMS. TEAMS (Tests of Engineering, Aptitude, Mathematics, and Science) is an Engineering competition where students compete collaboratively to problem solve real-world engineering challenges. This year, the focus was on engineering a secure cyberspace.

The 7th grade students, Caleigh Anderson, Tejas Bajwa, Kemal Hajric, Emily Mar...

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Its Cool To Care and Its Cool to Learn

Posted on February 18, 2013 at 12:15 AM Comments comments (0)

We have all sorts of exciting things happening and they happen because we truly believe in establishing what STEM Center Principal Michelle Weber describes as a "culture where it's cool to care." Please take the twelve minutes to watch her TEDx Fargo presentation and join us all in supporting and establishing a school culture that creates the optimum conditions for growth in every student.

Michelle Weber TEDx Fargo:

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Big History, Big Changes

Posted on February 17, 2013 at 8:20 PM Comments comments (1)

At the High School level we are exploring innovative curriculums for employing the Engineering Design Process. Educators want to make learning meaningful, project based, engaging and integrated but the resources offered are generally less meaningful, aligned, and engaging than what we would like. In our research we find that there are others facing similar challenges around the country. One freshman and sophomore curriculum that provides a blending of Social Science and Science is Big Hist...

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