Meet us at the park for the 8th annual STEM in the Park SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 2017 9:30 a.m. – 2:30 p.m. in the Perry Field House @ BGSU STEM in the Park will feature interactive displays and activities created by area universities, community partners, and local businesses to engage children of all ages in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics.Read More
54TH OHIO JUNIOR SCIENCE AND HUMANITIES SYMPOSIUM March 15-17, 2017 at BGSU Important Dates for the 2017 Regional JSHS! Registration is open until Sunday, February 19, 2017 @ 5:00pm. Please use the link below to register. The registration link is for all participation levels: – Student Presenters – Student Delegates – Parents – Teachers – Guests No registrations for any of the above groups can be accepted after February 19, 2017 @ 5:00pm. CLICK HERE TO REGISTER! STUDENT CONSENT […]Read More
MEET US AT THE PARK FOR THE 7TH ANNUAL STEM IN THE PARK SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 2016 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. in the Perry Field House @ BGSU STEM in the Park will feature interactive displays and activities created by area universities, community partners, and local businesses to engage children of all ages in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. Join us for a family day of hands-on fun at Bowling Green State University, featuring two NEW activity zones for […]Read More
FREE FAMILY EVENT Enjoy a snack and literacy-based activities for the entire family! Over the past 12 years, the event has featured many well-known children’s authors, and we are excited to have bestselling children’s book author Todd Parr with us this year. We have expanded the focus of Literacy in the Park to address all of the different ways literacy is important in our lives. Families will have opportunities to engage in activities about scientific literacy, digital literacy, financial literacy, […]Read More
Empowering young women in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. Fostering confidence and inspiration. Girls in grades 6, 7, and 8 will be exposed to careers in the STEM fields through hands-on activities when they visit BGSU for our annual Women in STEM program. This year’s event features a keynote presentation from MIT Engineer Emily Calandrelli, who is also the producer and host of FOX’s Xploration Outer Space. Emily, also known as the “Spacegal”, is passionate about space exploration and inspiring […]Read More
Provided by the Ohio STEM Learning Network (OSLN)-Akron Hub, this three-day, 21st Century learning professional experience focuses on designing a digitally informed environment of collaboration among learners. Visual art, information literacy, and technology standards integrate to support learning using creative and critical thinking in PBL, STEM, research, and technology, as well as inquiry settings in all content areas. This course sets the stage for the use of technology, internet, research applications, instructional tools, and Web 2.0 presentation resources. Working in […]Read More
College Ready by BattelleEd trainings now open to all Ohio schools.
Register now for the training series the Ohio Department of Education selected as a key provider of training to 14 schools in 2014.
Piloted at some of Ohio’s most innovative schools, a team from your school can take part in this popular, hands-on training series.Read More
Ohio already has a powerful portfolio of innovative schools helping create educational experiences that prepare every student for what’s next after graduation.
This week, that portfolio got a little bigger. The Ohio STEM Committee, a council of state-appointed policymakers, agency directors and business leaders, met Thursday, April 10 to review applications from prospective “STEM schools.” The committee considered applications from nine new schools for its official STEM school designation.Read More
So you’re ready to start a STEM program at your school, where do you begin? In just 3-4 weeks, you can organize your own design challenge to get teachers and students thinking with a STEM mindset.Read More
When a student graduates high school, we expect them to be able to choose one of three paths: college, a job, or starting their own business. For many students, it seems clear that high school alone has only prepared them for a fourth option: none of the above. Today’s high school diploma just doesn’t mean what it used to.Read More