• Magnets Like to Move It, Move It
    These scientific investigations will engage students in understanding the force of magnetism and how this force can be used for work.  The students will begin the unit by forming generalizations about magnets and their forces through their own knowledge and scientific investigations.  The students will explore the variations between different magnet strengths.  Finally, the students engineer a system that will utilize magnets to propel and guide a vehicle through a track.  Students will use ...

  • stem-framework-101
    STEM ed Quality Framework - The purpose of the quality framework is to support on-going communication between and among STEM stakeholders by creating a common framework for conceptualizing, and a common language for communicating about STEM teaching and learning. In this capacity it can support educational leaders in making informed decisions about the allocation of resources, especially with regard to the planning and delivery of professional development. Finally, at the micro-level, the fram...
  • San Francisco, CA (July 9, 2014) – NerdWallet, a personal finance website, recently recognized the Dayton Regional STEM Center for its commitment to promo...

    • Air Force Research Lab
    • Vectren
    • SRC
    • SAIC
    • NDEP
    • MLPC
    • Cornerstone Research Group
    • Dayton Defense
    • Riverside Research
    • AGI
    • Beavercreek Rotary Club

    Special Thanks to these entities for their financial and in-kind support. If you are interested in supporting Dayton Regional STEM Center efforts please contact the Coordinator at Sandi.Preiss@mcesc.org.

    A Teacher Institute for Professional Practice in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math.  Imagine a dramatically new approach to teaching and learning characterized by challenging, problem-based learning experiences that tear down compartmentalized disciplines and curriculums, and engage students in scientific inquiry and the engineering design process. Imagine a learning environment rich in opportunities for discovery that not only build scientific and engineering expertise but also foster teamwork, communication skills, critical thinking and creativity. Now imagine that these environments and experiences are available to every student, in every school, in every community....