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STEM2U

Join CINSAM virtually for FREE, fun, hands-on STEM activities that you can do in the classroom or right at home! We are excited to join your learning space and guide you and your student(s) through these exciting, educational lessons. STEM2U lessons are targeted to elementary and middle school grades.

Winter/Spring 2022 sessions are complete, but STEM2U will be back with more live lessons on new and exciting topics in fall 2022. Until then, check out past lessons and access the recorded sessions below!

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WINTER/SPRING 2022 LESSON SCHEDULE & DETAILS

Browse the session menu below for all the winter/spring sessions. You may also download or print this information. This schedule is subject to change. Please check back regularly for updates.

Download or Print the Winter/Spring 2022 Schedule & Lesson Details (PDF)

REGISTER FOR AN UPCOMING SESSION

Fall 2021 sessions are complete, but you can still request access to the following lesson recordings until we meet again in the new year.

Browse the session menu below for the fall 2021 lesson descriptions and materials needed for each session.

PAST RECORDED LESSONS

If you missed out on a past session, or would just like a refresher on the lesson(s), browse the menu below for the lesson details and to request free access to the recorded sessions.
FALL 2021 RECORDED LESSONS
WINTER/SPRING 2022 RECORDED LESSONS
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STEM2U CHALLENGE

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Take the STEM2U Challenge and make these sessions a regular part of your instruction this spring. If you choose to do so, students can show off their STEM2U Challenge progress by using the (free) customized certificate and badge stickers. Upon completion of each session, we will mail you sticker badges for the weekly challenge your class has completed. To receive the free badges, simply fill out the mailing address section when you register for each session.

 

Funding for STEM2U is provided by Duke Energy Foundation.

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