On Saturday, the STEAM team made up of teachers and the Steam Council members met from 2:00-4:00pm for the STEAM Show. The show was made up of two main areas, the Play Ground on Love Patio and the Show in Broyles Art Center.
Today marks my 6th month in the Steam Lab! I’ve learned SO0O0ooo much in the short amount of time that I’ve been an employee of the lab. On some days, you feel like Disney’s poor Cinderella, toiling away with ruined paint brushes that will never clean and spilled glue… Will the children ever learn to … More Cinderella is the STEAM Queen..
The Westminster Steam Lab brought a mini-version of our Lab to the National Association of Independent School Conference in Atlanta March 8-9, 2018. The X-Carve, robotics pit, and Jennifer Baker’s hover boards stole the show and won over the crowd. We also featured Arduinos, Hummingbirds, our sewing cart, art cart, and electronics cart … More NAIS 2018: Westminster MakerSpace
This project is every steam lab managers’ dream come true! An interdisciplinary, 6th and 7th grade project, transforming old pallets into different South American countries’ flags! History teacher, Mr. Egan, and Spanish Teacher, Mrs. Taylor, put 6th and 7th graders into small groups, assigned each group a country, taught them how to use the equipment, … More Transforming Pallets into Flags