• Next Generation Super Hero
    Student teams are challenged to genetically alter a Superhero so that the Superhero is able to conquer a major disaster facing the nation. In order to effectively overcome the disaster, students will acquire knowledge of the disaster and the skills needed to be successful. Then, student groups will be provided with a list of potential Superheros that they must figure out how to genetically alter and reproduce in order to have the best probability to defeat the disaster. Students will produce an ...

  • Nationally Recognized Teacher Training in STEM Education

    Are you a PK-12 educator seeking sustained professional development in high-quality STEM Education?  Our nationally recognized professional development model has been developed to support the evolution of your classroom offering with a focus on high-quality problem based learning experiences rooted in career connections, 21st century skills and collaboration.  Our Educator Fellows have unique transformational experiences including building long-term relationships with local STEM Industry professionals and university professors through our collaborative 15-session model. As a result, our educators become members of a community of teacher-learners who share a common ambition to provide their students with rigorous and relevant classroom experiences that engage students’ minds and ignite their imaginations. Past participants report increased student engagement; student-led experiences; student-explored career connections; authentic learning experiences; ability to create and implement differentiated instruction and assessments; as well as increased knowledge pertaining to STEM Education.  If this sounds like an experience you are looking for, consider applying for the 2018-2019 STEM Fellows season professional learning community!

    2018-19 STEM Fellows Application Packet is now available here.

    Please note: Applications will be accepted from May 16, 2018 – September 14, 2018.

    Fellow meetings are held on a rotating basis Wednesday evenings from 4:30-6:30 at Montgomery County Educational Service Center (200 South Keowee Street, ... Learn More