Create Your Own walkSTEM® — Service Learning
Imagine a group of students, perhaps a Women in STEM club, an AP Physics class, or a group of student volunteers, who create a walkSTEM experience for an elementary school. This could be at a park, in their school building, or elsewhere. These older students can have a growth experience doing the necessary research speaking with the elementary school teachers to figure out key concepts and skills that would be helpful to illustrate in their walkSTEM design. They would need to collaborate in their team to plan and execute their design. Did you know that the College Board has a Service-Learning program available for their AP courses? Learn more about this program and consider Create Your Own walkSTEM as a meaningful and discipline-based project that will serve the high schoolers as well as younger students in the community.
Interested in making video-based walkSTEM tours of your spaces and ready to submit your tours to us for consideration for publishing on our freely accessible YouTube channel? Complete this form. Interested in making app-based walkSTEM tours, without any videos required? Check out information on a recent example here. Note: this option involves a small fee to cover the app maintenance.
Every child is a STEM child, Every space is a STEM space
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