STEM Education

STEM Education at Saint Ambrose

Saint Ambrose school is committed to ongoing STEM education. We share the vision and mission of educating the leaders of tomorrow.  We believe that strong partnerships enhance students knowledge and problem solving.

STEM STUDENT NEWS

1803, 2017

Collaborative Projects: Underground Railroad, Explorers, Habitats, Dental Health, & Leprechauns!

By | March 18th, 2017|Categories: Encore, STEM|Comments Off on Collaborative Projects: Underground Railroad, Explorers, Habitats, Dental Health, & Leprechauns!

Computer Science instructors worked on a leprechaun collaborative project with Mrs. Kautzman and Mrs. Gove for the Kindergarten students, and the 1st grade students participated as well! Students learned about leprechauns in their classroom, then ...

403, 2017

Noah’s Ark Geospatial Investigation!

By | March 4th, 2017|Categories: Encore, Our Campus, STEM|Comments Off on Noah’s Ark Geospatial Investigation!

Students in grades K-8 investigated Noah's Ark using Google Earth and Google Maps during computer science class! Students began class by researching Noah's Ark for possible locations and found the size documented in the Bible. ...

2502, 2017

Research & Robotics: Build Physical Activity Devices That Help You Learn At The Same Time!

By | February 25th, 2017|Categories: Encore, Our Campus, SAS Shines, STEM|Comments Off on Research & Robotics: Build Physical Activity Devices That Help You Learn At The Same Time!

Students participated in a robotics makerspace where they were tasked with building physical activity robot devices using LEGO WeDO and Scratch, that help you learn at the same time! This makerspace was configured due to ...

1002, 2017

INVENTION LEAGUE [Invention Convention] District Judging!

By | February 10th, 2017|Categories: Encore, STEM|Comments Off on INVENTION LEAGUE [Invention Convention] District Judging!

Saint Ambrose students were judged in our computer science classrooms this week for the Invention Convention District competition! Students that have working prototypes and have developed prototypes not previously invented, will be eligible to be ...