12-16 years old STEM School (How can you tell if something is living?)


How can you tell if something is living?

How do your body systems interact with one another? Why do living things change over time?

Cells are derived from cells. Life processes are performed at the cellular level.

Multicellular organisms rely on internal systems to survive, reproduce, and interact with their environment.

Evolution by natural selection provides an explanation for the diversity and survival of living things.

DNA is the basis for the diversity of living things. Develop a sense of how mathematics helps us understand ourselves. Model mathematics in contextualized experiences, use tools or technology to explore and create patterns and relationship and communicate mathematical thinking in many ways

Visualize to explore mathematical concepts, use logic and patterns to solve puzzles and play games including coding.

Develop, demonstrate, and apply mathematical understanding through play, inquiry, and problem solving

Patterns are important in First Peoples technology, architecture, you will pose and solve problems or ask questions connected to place, stories, and cultural practices.

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Imagine that you can design and build technology that could have human benefit and/or economic applications. In our New and exciting programs for 6-18-year old’s there will be energetic, hands-on creativity that will transform your natural curiosity and provide a safe space for experimentation and learning. You will learn through designing, building, and testing models, and making suggestions for improvements based on observation.

There are so many competitions and challenges open to help you showcase your great inventions as your STEM skills grow. We will help you gain the confidence and skills of how to get ready for these and how to choose which ones to get involved with. Ultimately your global awareness in the design process and an understanding of how our decisions can impact global change will increase.

Register for some fun model building, programming, and shape the Math and Science connections you already gained from school.


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