How can our STEAM program better help businesses build their workforce? We have what every industry needs...and thats people. We now want to help bring those people to your workforce. How can we better serve you, the employers, to help build your workforce?Uploaded Jan 21, 2018 to S.T.E.A.M.
What these children with learning disabilities have to say is really important and something all adults need to hear.Uploaded Mar 29, 2017 to Exceptional Children's Department (EC)
Collaborative project among the MACS STEAM & Arts teachers based on "The Giving Tree" by Shel Silverstein.Uploaded Mar 22, 2016 to S.T.E.A.M.
Dr. Greg Little and two Mount Airy High School students speak at the NC Global Engagement Summit regarding the Mandarin Chinese Program.Uploaded Nov 20, 2015 to S.T.E.A.M., Teaching and Learning, and 2 more
Mrs. McCraw's 2nd grade class completed a Math PBL to help them apply their knowledge of measurement.
This particular problem came from the Wake Forest University/University of Texas-Dallas online repository of problem-based and project-based cases. Mrs. McCraw, 2nd grade teacher is a part of the MAPSS grant that provides teachers' access to the repository of PBL cases.
The problem asked students: "The Super Slider Sock Company has asked your class for help! They want to know what the "slidiest" socks are."
Staff members from Mount Airy City Schools served as the sliders while students became the data collectors. Afterwards, they analyzed their data to help them become problem solvers and answer the question, "who has "slidiest" socks at BHT?"
Sliders: Jamie Martin, Latasha Hudson, Kelly Johnson, David Benge, Brad Dowell, and Dr. Kim Morrison.