We’ve all heard a lot about STEM in the classroom, but what does it look like? K-12 Tech Decisions article, “3D Carving Machines: What Are They? And How They’re Impacting Education” explains how 3D carving machines are impacting STEM classrooms in the U.S. See the article below. Learn more from K-12 Tech Decisions, http://www.k-12techdecisions.com/.
On Saturday, February 17th NMR Architect Mel Freilich helped future architects and engineers design and build their very own “Block City” at Turtle Bay Exploration Park and Museum’s Science Saturday. Children ages 3-9 were invited to design and build their own buildings with windows, doors and trees, and add their building to our mini-city.
If you’ve ever wondered if career days really make a difference for students, the answer is YES! After career day presentations, NMR often will hear from students who weren’t previously interested in STEM fields who want to learn more about the industry, apply for an internship or have decided that they would like to become an architect or structural engineer. The U-Prep High School Career Day is no exception. On Monday, February 26th NMR Architect Melissa Freilich attended a Career…
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