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Friday, March 6 • 10:00am - 11:45am
Spin Art, STEAM from Parts to Art

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Experience a how to that covers multiple standards at the elementary, middle, and high school level. The chemistry of developing ink for medium by up-cycling old crayola markers to the deconstruction of dead computer towers for parts. See how students gain knowledge of chemical reactions, engineering skills by designing spin art tables using old computer parts, along with transfer of energy and the art it can create. Simple enough for upper el students or for more complexity, exploration for middle and high school students in design options. Students will address standards in physical sciences along with engineering and technology practices.

Speakers
avatar for Michele Bielby

Michele Bielby

STEM Coordinator, Swartz Creek Schools
I am the STEAM Coordinator for Swartz Creek Community Schools. As a result of developing a strong STEAM program at Dieck Elementary I now work with schools across our district to do the same. I also have developed a popular after school STEAM program and summer camp to replace the... Read More →
avatar for Kelly Swales

Kelly Swales

6th Grade Science Teacher, Swartz Creek Middle School, Swartz Creek Community Schools
I was a 4th-grade teacher for 16 years. I have a Bachelor's Degree from the University of Michigan, and Masters Plus 30 from Marygrove College and Fresno Pacific University. I have been teaching the NGSS standards for the past 7 years, and have spent many hours developing my own... Read More →


Friday March 6, 2020 10:00am - 11:45am
Banquet 2

Attendees (15)