ISD students enjoy STEM workshop

From left, ISD first graders, Romare Cook, Darcy Healy, Tyler Dana and Isabella Elia, shriek with delight during a programmable robot demonstration hosted by the STEM Mobile Lab.

From left, ISD first graders, Romare Cook, Darcy Healy, Tyler Dana and Isabella Elia, shriek with delight during a programmable robot demonstration hosted by the STEM Mobile Lab.

In October, the International School at Dundee (ISD) gymnasium was transformed from a recreational space into a state-of-the-art, hands-on children’s museum focused on STEM (science, technology, engineering, math) education.

Students in grades K-5 enjoyed workstations that augmented ISD’s existing science and math curriculum, and exposed them to new concepts and high-tech fields of study.

Activities included construction of a parabolic arch and other structures using engineering techniques; a demonstration of a state-of-the-art 3D printer; tests of pulley designs and weight-bearing capabilities and interaction with programmable robots.

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