What is the STEM Festival?
STEM stands for Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics. The STEM festival is day to celebrate, learn from and enjoy STEM activities that you and other community members want to share. It's also an opportunity to recognize the STEM learning of students in Woodburn.
March 14, 2018 from 5-7PM
Heritage Elementary School
Bring your best experiments and be prepared to show them off and explain them to others at the Woodburn STEM Festival! Join with community members and organizations, teachers, friends and neighbors as you demonstrate your understanding of Science, Technology, Engineering and Math!
Register today to Participate in the STEM Festival Showcase!
VIP Registration Deadline March 8.
How To Participate
1) Everyone - Come join the fun!
Fun and Learning for the Entire Family!
2) Community Members - Partner with us
Develop a Community partner interactive exhibit - contact us to find out more!
3) Students -
1) Choose a Topic
Choose from Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics. What topic will you be addressing? Be specific!
· It can be something you did in class
· It can be something you investigate on your own
2) Decide how you will share your project
Anything goes! Examples include:
· A demonstration or presentation where you show what you learned (a speech, movie, song, rap, skit, music video, etc) (time limit is 2 minutes)
· An interactive investigation that others can participate in
· A project you make for display (letter, brochure, cartoon, journal, poster, essay, newspaper article, mural, robot, gadget, machine, computer, invention, 3-d Printed object, etc)
3) Get to work!
· Good projects take time
· Good performances take lots of practice!
If you don’t sign up, there may not be a place for you! Especially if you want to perform!
Here are some links to sample projects that might inspire you!
Presentation on the greenhouse effect
What you might do at the night of the event:
Make a ghost!
Scientific Method Rap
an animation and song about energy:
A kids doing a science demonstration:
A class sings about the scientific method:
Kids participating in the Maker Movement
Sylvia's mini-maker show (she's a kid)
An ASCD article Examines why STEM.