STEM Day at IASE: A Science Safari

Photo of student using an exercise bike to conduct electricity

On October 11, Mobile Ed Productions brought a STEM museum to the Southeast campus! The “Kidz Science Safari” is a portable hands-on science museum for children grades K-6. With over 12 interactive STEAM exhibits to explore, our students had an absolute blast!

The production covered various subjects, including :

Energy, Technology, Simple Machines, Geometry, Animation, Structures, Conservation of Energy, Friction, Programming, Gravity, Invention, Patterns, Problem Solving and Team Building.

Kidz Science Safari was designed to align with Elementary Science Standards, making an educational experience so much fun! Have a look at our students’ faces and how they lit up as they explored their world through science.

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SW Students Visit the University of Texas

Students pose for a group photo while visiting the University of Texas.

Southwest students toured the University of Texas early this fall. Students benefited from a guided tour that discussed different educational opportunities. This trip was a part of our College Preparatory Program for high school students.

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Using what we “know” to grow

SW First grade students worked in groups to brainstorm new words from a word provided to them. In the video below, the students generate new words using the word “at”! This skill helps students to read and spell more fluently!

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