Students at Grover Cleveland Elementary School learned about STEM research opportunities.
Elementary students were taught by high school students about engineering, nursing, mechanics, and math. This opportunity gives students real-world problem-based learning and connects with all different subjects. Also, students had hands-on opportunities to work with mechanics nursing dummies and 3-d printing.
Student Jaiden Caudle says, “We have voting, we have nursing, and together, we’re just trying to show little kids what they can do when they get older. “
The goal of the event was to promote STEM education in schools and lead them to a successful future ahead.