The project will fund summer STEM program opportunities for K-12 students at Wayne Statue University who might not otherwise envision the possibilities of a STEM career.
The CTN Board awarded a grant to the Wayne State University Computing and Information Technology Department for a project that will help inspire underrepresented students to pursue STEM courses and, eventually, college degrees. For further details visit the CTN Grant Awards page.
Students on the Autism Spectrum who attend Riverside Middle School in the Crestwood School District will create and use video modeling as a means to learn appropriate school and community behaviors.
The CTN Board awarded a grant to the Crestwood School District for a project that will use video modeling to help students on the Autism Spectrum learn appropriate school and community behaviors. For further details visit the CTN Grant Awards page.
The Michigan Science Center will host a variety of educational programs to celebrate the 50th Anniversary of the Apollo Lunar Landing.
Uses mobile coding labs to give students throughout the school district an opportunity to using coding to program a robot.
The CTN Board awarded grants to West Bloomfield School District, Utica Community Schools and the Michigan Science Center for project proposals submitted during the fall. The grants were awarded as follows: West Bloomfield School District for a project that uses Swivels to enhance teacher observations for coaching and professional growth. Utica Community Schools for a …
Introduces Swivl videos to add a new gateway for instructional coaching and mentoring.