Education Gets Hands on at STEM Camp

Education Gets Hands on at STEM Camp

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MOBILE, Alabama -

Summer school isn't supposed to be fun, but the program going on at Baker High School isn't supposed to be school either.

About 300 students will wrap up a 2 week STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering & Math) camp.

Students are participating in creative academic problem-solving games and activities. In one classroom, students are playing games such as checkers and having a dialogue about their strategy for winning. In a second classroom, students are working on engineering activities, such as a roller coaster experiment.

The STEM Camp is being provided through a grant awarded to USA's College of Education and AMSTI from the Alabama State Department of Education's Math Science Partnership Program.

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