Science, Technology, Engineering, & Math Studies
The STEMSci and STEM+ programs are now accepting registration for our 2021 winter session. The programs provide a unique experience for our students, as they can personally work with a tutor well-versed in STEM who will equip them with the skills necessary to improve or maintain academic success throughout their education. Our volunteers are trained college science majors and professionals who have a passion for working with children and giving back to the community.
The STEMSci program is our biweekly Saturday science engagement and enhancement program. After the school day ends, we provide girls, girls of color, and low income communities high quality science enhancement activities. The Department of Education science standards and other evidence based methodologies are used to construct our curriculum. Through the use of hands-on educational enhancement activities and inquiry-based exploration, we strengthen our students’ enthusiasm and curiosity for the world of science and careers. Students will also receive instruction on the scientific method as they conduct research and oral presentations of their findings.
The STEMS+ Math and Science Tutorial Program was established to help students excel in the classroom by providing one-on-one tutoring and group learning activities. Since Volunteers are recruited from our local high schools, two major universities, and colleges, as well as from professional and retiree networks.
We are now providing virtual help with challenging subjects.
STEM Literacy is one of the four major initiatives established by the board to improve diversity, equity, inclusion, and obtaining access to science and technology afterschool programs and community events. To achieve this objective were created to improve academic performance and interest in science, technology. We aim to strengthen what children learn in the classroom and provide additional support with homework in science, math, and technology throughout their education.
"If we give them a jump start today they are more likely to explore these areas throughout their education." Ms. Kaye
Joneyshka: Water cycle and learning about plants
Eniyah: Pollination, the scientific method and computers
Yoleiny: Needing computers for homework, games, looking up information, YouTube, and printing
Destiny: Computers and how they help, time tables
S’ariyah: How to do homework
Joneyshka: Water cycle, and how evaporation and condensation works
Eniyah: Computers and the scientific method and that computers tell information and seeing funny things on the videos
Yoleiny: The scientific method and learning what plants need to grow
Destiny: Math and learning about numbers
S’ariyah: Jojo Siwa and plants
Joneyshka: Yes, it taught what may be on the test and stuff that you didn’t know
Eniyah: Yes, I liked Snacks and coming and learning new things
Yoleiny: Yes, I liked learning things you didn’t know and maybe half understood, got a better understanding
Destiny: Yes, I liked coming and learrning about seeds and flowers
S’ariyah: Yes, I liked coming and learning and running outside
Joneyshka: Yes, learning about the steps, processes and how this work will help
Eniyah: Yes, it will help with Language Arts and math and help to think more about things. It helped me understand matter. I learned there are three forms of mass: solids, liquids and gas.
Yoleiny: Things learning here might be what we’re learning in school, making it easier to understand
Destiny: Yes, so when asked a question, I’ll know the answer
S’ariyah: Yes, it’ll help since I’m going into first grade
Joneyshka: Yes and would bring a friend
Eniyah: Yes and would bring a friend
Yoleiny: Yes and would bring a friend
Destiny: Yes and would bring a friend
S’ariyah: Yes and would bring a friend
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A COPY OF THE OFFICIAL REGISTRATION AND FINANCIAL INFORMATION MAY BE OBTAINED FROM THE DIVISION OF CONSUMER SERVICES BY CALLING TOLL-FREE WITHIN THE STATE. REGISTRATION DOES NOT IMPLY ENDORSEMENT, APPROVAL, OR RECOMMENDATION BY THE STATE. 1 800 HELP FLA (435-7352)