Parents and Kids eSafety Night!

2018-06-13T22:31:47+00:00 By |

Hello STEMFuture! Founder Shuba Prasadh here. I want to share a little bit about STEMFuture's recent Parents and Kids' eSafety Night event. This event's content was centered around staying safe online and in the rapidly growing world of technology that we live in. Attendees were taught how to pick smart passwords, spot and avoid phishing scams, [...]

Workshop at Lazar Middle School

2018-04-14T22:29:02+00:00 By |

I had the pleasure of presenting to Lazar Middle School’s Computer Club with STEMFuture's eSafety and cybersecurity workshop curriculum. This workshop's curriculum was centered around staying safe online and in the rapidly growing world of technology that we live in. We jumped right into the curriculum material, which covered a wide variety of topics including [...]

Workshop at Lazar Middle School

2018-04-14T22:26:21+00:00 By |

I was so excited to present to Lazar Middle School’s Computer Club with STEMFuture's middle school computer science workshop curriculum ("more coding" edition). This workshop focused on the logic and programming aspect of computer science. We jumped right into coding - and the students were so excited to do so! The students learned about variables, [...]

Workshop at Knollwood Elementary School

2018-04-14T22:27:44+00:00 By |

I went to Knollwood Elementary School and presented about computer science to the wonderful students of Mrs. Seib’s 5th grade class with STEMFuture's elementary school computer science workshop curriculum. The group was so energetic; I really enjoyed presenting! At the end of the presentation, we all did a Scratch activity and created our own animated [...]

Workshop at Central Middle School

2018-04-14T22:27:15+00:00 By |

I presented to the incredible 8th grade students of Mrs. Mekita’s computers class at Central Middle School with STEMFuture's middle school computer science workshop curriculum. I was particularly excited about presenting to this group because I knew that as 8th graders, they would have to start deciding what activities they would be dedicating their time [...]