East Allegheny STEM Club

Welcome to the East Allegheny STEM Club!

Join us as we explore the world of science, technology, engineering and math!


E3 Fall 2020.pdf

Click here to access this "Out of this World" book series.

This unique series is a collaboration between World Book and NASA’s Innovative Advanced Concepts (NIAC) program. Scientists tell how they grew from students to inventors and now tackle some of NASA’s biggest challenges.

Learn about alien caves, asteroids, solar wind, rovers, and much, much more! Meet the scientists and inventors that create these experiences.

Check back as we add to the STEM at home, Common Sense Media and other information.

The May 2019 STEM Showcase was a huge success.

The 2020 STEM Showcase to unveil the Digital Learning Center was scheduled for May 11, 2020 and has been postponed due to the COVID19 closures.

Look for more information in the fall.

WHY STEM?

80% of future jobs require a STEM education.

6 out of 10 elementary school students will have jobs that don’t exist yet. -- Bureau of Labor and Statistics

93 out of 100 STEM occupations had wages above the national average

The national average wage for all STEM occupations was $87,570, nearly double the national average wage for non-STEM occupations ($45,700).

Employment in STEM occupations grew by 10.5 percent, or 817,260 jobs, between May 2009 and May 2015, compared with 5.2 percent net growth in non-STEM occupations.

If we don’t engage students by the 5th grade in STEM, 92% of boys and 97% of girls will lose interest.

The illiterate of the 21st century will not be those who cannot read and write, but those who cannot learn, unlearn, and relearn. -- from the book Why School? How Education Must Change When Learning and Information Are Everywhere, Will Richardson (2012)



TECH TOOLS AVAILABLE OR COMING SOON AT LOGAN ELEMENTARY AND THE JR/SR HIGH SCHOOL

Links to resources that are STEM related:

Remake Learning events have been rescheduled for Spring 2021 (date TBD) -- see the following link for additional resources:

Visit the Carnegie Museum of Natural History to access coloring pages, do Nature Lab activities, learn how to draw birds, watch a short film, and much, much more !

Do you like COMPUTERS? Do you like to PROGRAM? Do you want to learn to CODE? Then access the sites below!

See the STEM at home page to access a

"Think Like a Coder" activity !

The adventure is in full swing. The first 6 episodes are posted.