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STEM - Presentation

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STEM
BENEFITS OF STUDENT TRAVEL
CONFIDENCE BUILDING

ENCOURAGES
LEADERSHIP

HARVESTS FRIENDSHIPS

PROVIDES EDUCATION OUTSIDE CLASSROOM

BESTOWS STEWARDSHIP TOWARDS ENVIRONMENT

TEACHES TEAM BUILDING

INSTILLS INDEPENDENCE

PRESENTS ADVENTURE

Grand Canyon
Adventure
Spend time in Las Vegas
Visit Zion National Park & hike The Narrows of the Virgin River
Sunset Crater Volcano and Wupatki National Monuments
View the Grand Canyon and hike the South Kaibab Trail
Spend an afternoon floating down the Colorado River
Take in the views
Spend an extra day and visit Bryce Canyon National Park
Swim at Slide Rock State Park
Yellowstone National Park Tour
Visit geothermal features of the park
Spend and evening camping in tent cabins on the Snake River
See Old Faithful and Old Faithful Lodge
Raft on the Snake River
Observe the unique wildlife
Float a scenic section of the Snake River
Tour Grand Teton Nation Park
Enter Yellowstone National Park
Acadia National Park Tour
Florida Keys and Everglades National Park
STEM is everywhere and shapes our everyday lives
Science
Costa Rica
&
Benefits of Student Travel Programs and STEM Initiatives
destinations
Washington D.C.
Choose from various travel destinations...
Visit Arlington National Cemetary
Night tour of the monuments
Spend an afternoon hiking and rafting in Shenandoah National Park
White house picture stop
Tour the Capitol
Visit various museums, memorials and monuments
Great Smoky Mountains
Yosemite
Pacific Northwest
How to start a trip at your school -

Pick a destination
Choose a date
Get the "go ahead" from administration
Host a Parent Meeting
Pass out Grand Classroom provided materials
Hope you can join a

adventure.
Q & A
Sun, moon, stars
Lands and oceans
Weather
Natural disasters
Diversity of nature
Animals (large, small, microbial)
Plants and food
Fuel that heats homes and powers transportation
Technology
Engineering
Math
Computers
Cell Phones
Television
Radio
Microscopes
Telescopes
Lasers
Designing buildings
Roads
Bridges
Transportation designs
Global warming and environmentally friendly machines
Appliances
Grocery store
Banking
Tax forms
Investments
Family budgets
Math
Engineering
Technology
Science
STEM Careers
Helping build communities

Transform nations
Responsible for solving complex problems of the world today and the future

Helping to find solutions to global warming, third world hunger, disappearing habitats and world economy
STEM in the Classroom
Middle and High School students need to be advised on the importance of STEM courses using hand's on activities by engaging enthusiastic teachers that make learning fun

Children spend only 20% of their day in the classroom (Formal Educations)

There is a need to pair classroom learning with real world application for students to connect to understanding

Opportunities lie in afterschool and enrichment activities, field trips and travel programs
STEM and Student Travel
Provides students with incredible learning opportunities, hands on experience and real world application of their course work
Florida Everglades STEM Trip
Day Five
Arrive in Orlando

Depart for Kennedy Space Center
Kennedy Space Center
Astronaut Training Experience (ATX)
Space Flight Training Simulators

Brevard County Observatory for Star and Planet Viewing

Check into Hotel Melbourne
Day One
Hotel breakfast

Kennedy Space Center Visitors Complex

Saturn V Rocket Center

Lunch with an astronaut
Depart for Indiantown


Visit FPL's Martin Next Generation Solar Energy Center: 500 acre Solar Power generating plant

Dinner in route

Check in to hotel, Ft. Lauderdale Fl
Day Two
Hotel breakfast

Depart for Key Largo

Jules Undersea Park
Discover SCUBA program: Learn how to SCUBA dive in the 25' lagoon ($150)
Dive down and enter the only underwater hotel and habitat
Learn about the technology of living and working un underwater

Dinner

Check into hotel, Key Largo, FL
Day Three
Hotel breakfast

Pennekamp Coral Reef State Park
Open water SCUBA dive on the 2nd largest reef chain in the Western Hemisphere
Kayak through the Mangrove Forest and learn about habitat conservation

Feed the Tarpon at Robbie's Marina

Return to hotel
Day Four
Hotel breakfast and check out

Depart for Biscayne National Park

Tour Turkey Point Nuclear Power Plant

Depart for Everglades National Park
Earnest Coe Visitors Center
Hike the Anhinga Trail

Depart for Ft. Lauderdale airport
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