Spring Branch ISD students and educators celebrated National STEM/STEAM Day on Wednesday, Nov. 8. STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) and STEAM (science, technology, engineering, arts and mathematics) are vital parts of Every Child’s educational journey.
The SBISD Educational Technology (Ed Tech) Department supports high quality teaching and learning through the lens of educational technology. Through various initiatives, like STEM/STEAM Day, SBISD Ed Tech provides customized support to school teams on the effective use of technology and innovative digital-age learning opportunities.
Edgewood Elementary kindergarten and first-grade students participated in Coding Critters. Alongside educators, students utilized playful animal characters and 100% screen-free coding to learn about STEM-concepts. This not only taught students about STEM-concepts, but also about life cycles, habitats and various animals.
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