STEM: Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics
Indiana STEM Education: Science, Technology, Engineering and MathematicsDesign creates the innovative products and solutions that will propel our economy forward, and artists ask the deep questions about humanity that reveal which way forward actually is. Sustaining arts education is critically important. The School City of Hobart is committed to the multiple intelligences and STEAM! Whether engineering a product, researching medical innovations, creating programs in the Hour of Code, composing music compositions, or designing original art works, the students in Hobart are achieving and paving the way for a successful future.
STEM in the School City of Hobart:Read more in the Spring 2014 and Spring 2015 SCOH Focus on Education
See more of STEM in the School City of Hobart by clicking the links below!
Camp Invention 2016
Camp Invention 2015
PLTW - Finalist in the Extreme Redesign Challenge
1st Grade Engineers in Holly Tilford's Class
Hour of Code
Hour of Code in our schools!
Project Lead the Way Boat Race
Project Lead the Way visits Urschel Laboratories
Lego League Invitational
Lego Robotics in Elementary
2nd Graders visit the Challenger Learning Center
See how we use it everyday! Click the STEM Magazine image for your FREE access to this month's edition!STEM Magazine
September 2016 August 2016STEM: Jobs and Careers
Periodic Table of STEM Occupations - Click here to see the pdf of the Stem chart for occupations. It has careers categorized by industry. Then breaks each down into specific careers, the median salary range and the minimum degree required!
Now available! New, National Digital and Print Magazine Encourages Students to Pursue STEM Careers
Careers in science, technology, engineering, and math are growing the fastest and paying the most.
At STEMjobs, discover a new world of possibilities where students can take something they're already passionate about, like sports or music, and find a career where they can excel and find a meaningful, real way to follow the advice: #dowhatyoulove.
The premier issue highlights careers at Google, ALCOA, Pfizer, Chevron, Fedex, education at California University of PA, Project Lead The Way, and the U.S. Navy. Upcoming issues tie technical skills to great jobs at companies like ESPN, Cirque du Soleil, and National Geographic.
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