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June 2021

Wheeler HS STEAM Summer Camp: Science Spectrum

June 7 - July 11

2021 Camp Brochure Science Spectrum Camp includes instruction by certified teachers, snacks, daily supplies, a takeaway project, and a camp T-Shirt. This five-day camp will offer students the opportunity to explore an array of science and engineering fields including Robotics, Biotechnology, Sustainable Horticulture and Drafting. A maximum of 40 participants will be accepted on a first-come bsis. The camp is contingent on a minimum of 30 participants and is subject to cancellation if there is a lack of participants. Participants…

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Alliance Theatre Educator Conference

June 8 - June 9

The Alliance Theatre Educator Conference: Centering Justice will occur virtually June 8-9, 2021. Designed to serve educators of all grade levels (Pre-Kindergarten through Grade 12) and all content areas, this event will explore Performing Arts Instruction (Theater, Dance/Movement, Dramatic Writing), Arts Integration, STEAM (Science, Engineering, Arts, and Mathematics), and Allyship in an environment that is inclusive, equitable, and united.

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June 9 - June 10

Virtually join public and independent school teachers at Atlanta Girls’ School as we explore stereotype threat, unconscious bias, and gain training to support underrepresented students interested in pursuing careers in STEAM. The 2-day virtual Institute costs $100 and will include both public and private school educators to explore best practices and research that shows how to engage girls, young women, and students of diverse backgrounds in interdisciplinary learning that highlights STEAM by promoting awareness, education, and networking opportunities. Virtual sessions will explore:…

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Teacher Academy Session Two: Improvisation for 21st Century Thinking

June 10 @ 9:00 am - 10:30 am

Join us for Session Two of the 2021 Summer STEM/ STEAM Teacher Academy presented by the Georgia Department of Education. Presenter: Teaching Artist: Avery Sharpe, Alliance Theatre Institute Description: During this workshop, educators will learn several classroom improvisation games that will inform, support, and elevate their own arts-integrated practice. These strategies are designed to help students be present in the moment, flexible, and always ready to say “yes, and!” Learn how using improvisation to help students think on their feet…

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Keynote Session: Focusing on Non- traditional Careers- How can we inspire students to get involved?

June 11 @ 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm

Representation of women in STEM varies by field, but overall, women and certain ethnic groups remain underrepresented in STEM careers. Atlanta native and MIT engineer Stephanie Espy is one of the 3 percent of women of color who have earned degrees in engineering. To help close the gaps in STEM, Stephanie founded academic coaching company MathSP and girls in STEM enrichment company STEM Gems to help middle and high school students become more STEM fluent and to increase the diversity…

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Teacher Academy Session Three: Utilizing Community and Business Partnerships in the Classroom

June 17 @ 9:00 am - 11:30 am

Presenter: Alecia Frizzell Description: During this session, participants will engage in a discussion around the importance of utilizing community and business partnerships in the classroom. Participants will leave with strategies that can be used when incorporating community and business partners into daily lessons/units.   Register: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/325566907410187275

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Teacher Academy Session Four: Implementing Project-Based Learning

June 24 @ 9:00 am - 10:30 am

Presenter: Cherri Nix Description: How can we design effective and engaging Project-Based experiences for students? Learn the fundamentals of project-based learning development and implementation in this workshop for teachers and instructional leaders.   Register: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/4305435061610537483

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July 2021

CodeHers Collective Summer Camps!

July 14 @ 9:00 am - 12:00 pm
3690 Burnette Park Dr, Suite D, 3690 Burnette Park Dr, Suite D
Suwanee, GA 30024 United States
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Ever wanted to learn how to code? This summer, CodeHers Collective is hosting two free coding camps for middle school girls in the Gwinnett area. Attendees do not need any coding experience to participate! The first camp, Geekspace x CodeHers Bloom, is a partnership with local makerspace Geekspace Gwinnett! Students will build their own websites with HTML/CSS and learn other important CS concepts. The camp is hybrid and will take place 7/19-7/23 from 9 AM to 12 PM. More details…

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Rock House Creamery Event -July 24th, join the Georgia Foundation for Agriculture and Georgia Farm Bureau Ag in the Classroom Program

July 24 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm

On Saturday July 24th, join the Georgia Foundation for Agriculture and Georgia Farm Bureau Ag in the Classroom Program as we bring to life the story of the children’s book, Tales of the Dairy Godmother: Chuck's Ice Cream Wish, at Rock House Creamery in Morgan County. Just as Chuck, the book’s main character, enjoys a memorable visit to a dairy farm, this fun-filled event will include tours of this local and family-owned dairy farm, free ice cream, and the chance to…

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August 2021

Great Georgia Pollinator Census

August 20 - August 21

Mark your calendars with the 2021 Census Dates! A citizen science project where Georgians count insects that land on a favorite pollinator plant for 15 minutes, putting these insects into categories: Carpenter bees Bumble bees Honey bees Small bees Wasps Flies Butterflies/moths Other insects Project Goals: To create or add to sustainable pollinator habitat across Georgia. To increase the entomological literacy of our citizens. To generate useful data about our pollinator populations.

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