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Technology Foundations: STEM Readiness Resources at No Cost (EverFi)
March 31 @ 8:30 am - 11:30 am
“Why do I need to know this?”
“When will I ever use this in real life?”
Through EverFi’s interactive, web-based programs focused on key critical skill areas aligned to Pennsylvania standards, students will have the opportunity to answer these questions as they apply abstract concepts into real world situations.
Through our partnership with the Pittsburgh Penguins Foundation and the MassMutual Foundation, these resources are available at no cost to your school.
In this session you will learn how to educate your students on the nuts and bolts of technology, bring STEM concepts to life using the fast- paced game of hockey, and apply math and social studies concepts in a virtual community. We will take a deep dive into the programs and determine the best fit for your curriculum. Please bring your laptop or device. Opportunity to win a $50 Amazon Gift Card!
Future Goals-Hockey Scholar (Grades 5-8)
Brings science, technology, engineering, and math concepts to life using the exciting, fast-paced game of hockey. Through immersive real-life simulations, students build their understanding of fundamental STEM concepts, such as geometric constructions, energy, and forces.
Ignition- Digital Literacy and Responsibility (Grades 5-8)
Educates students on the risks and rewards that technology can bring to their lives and empowers them with the skillset to leverage technology safely and effectively. Provides introduction to STEM careers, while also placing them in virtual environments to tackle issues including privacy, security, cyberbullying, digital relationships, and the virtual nature of the web.
FutureSmart (Grades 6-8)
FutureSmart empowers students to effectively manage their finances, make sound decisions, and become stewards of their financial future. Through the story-based narrative, students play the mayor of a town as they help local citizens make real-life, personal finance decisions. Interactive exercises challenge students to make choices in real-life scenarios to achieve important goals around saving, education and career planning, and budgeting.