These new titles will help to increase circulation and help students with their projects like the STEM FAIR and pique curiosity. These new books will be kept in the new STEM classrooms and all children will have the opportunity to be exposed to a variety of new topics.
To support the Aerospace Engineering curriculum, this flight simulator joystick will enhance the piloting, with controls and movement that simulate the experience of being in a cockpit. The joystick allows the pilot to control movement across five axes and provides control of everything from throttle, prop, and mix, to aileron and elevator movement.
These digital Wi-Fi microscopes, which are compatible with Ipads, allow students to collaboratively view the images from the microscopes, upload and save high-quality images and videos to their iPads for use in lab reports data analysis, engineering design projects and other class assignments.
The amount of digital resources has increased (Think Central, RAZ Kids, Big Universe, Newsela, etc.). Students throughout the day utilize these resources. The Digital Literacy grant provides 10 iPads, keyboards and a cart for all grade levels to access.
The purchase of Ozobots, little robots, incorporate technology into real world applications and enhances the developing STEM program. These tiny robots have sensors that respond according to specific colors that are drawn on paper on an iPad. Students can program the robots to move in different ways according to the color combination.