Students from over 40 schools attended the 2014 Engineering Fair hosted by the Oklahoma Engineering Foundation at Rose State College. The fair was focused around many STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics) activities andincluded exhibits from many different organizations, as well as different contests that the students were able to compete
Students from all around the state are competing in great STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) contest to show off their academic brawn! The 2014 season was kicked off by the Oklahoma Science Olympiad Putnam City Tournament. There were a total of fourteen teams competing in the tournament, with Capps Middle
Discover which household materials make better wind chimes and different characteristics of sound.
Follow the steps of this activity to build and launch rockets made of inexpensive and recycled items.
Build a camera using common household items to investigate how eyes and cameras work.
Learners will connect vibrations to sound, and how sounds can be manipulated.
Learners will prepare for an outdoor adventure by building sturdy tents using household items.
Download as PDF Download as eBook An engineering activity for learners to build sturdy structures.
Use common household items to design and build structures in two activities.
Test learners’ engineering skills through building bridges to support various objects.
Build solar ovens from pizza boxes to learn about the power of the sun.
Two activities that discuss flight and allow learners to create their own kites.
Discover the different careers in aerospace that are offered in Oklahoma.
Thursday, September 16 2010, From Sentinel Staff Reports Community Oklahoma City Public School’s Northeast Academy for Health Sciences has a new program that will improve a student’s skill in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) and increase the number of minority students entering the engineering field. Working in collaboration with
Great things are starting to happen in Oklahoma with programs and activities in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) education. The Oklahoma Department of Commerce is connecting kids with exciting careers! “Mick”, “Tori” and “Nar” give you the skinny on “what’s cool man”! Check out