Lakoko ibudó STEM a yoo kọ ẹkọ nipa awọn oriṣiriṣi awọn ẹka ti imọ-jinlẹ gẹgẹbi kemistri, fisiksi, isedale, ati awọn imọ-jinlẹ ilẹ, ni afikun si ṣiṣe awọn iṣẹ ṣiṣe imọ-ẹrọ igbadun. Ibi-afẹde ti ibudó yii ni lati kọ awọn ti o wa ni ibudó nipa pataki ti STEM lakoko ti o n ṣe awọn iṣẹ igbadun ti yoo ṣe iranlọwọ fun awọn ọmọ ibudó lati mu alaye naa duro. Awọn iranlọwọ eto ẹkọ STEM ni iranlọwọ awọn ọmọde lati di awọn onimọran pataki lakoko ti o n gba wọn niyanju lati di awọn oludasilẹ ọjọ iwaju.

A ṣe iṣeduro ibudó yii fun awọn ọjọ ori 5-8.

Rii daju lati ṣe alabapin si iwe iroyin e-ọsẹ wa lati tọju pẹlu gbogbo awọn imudojuiwọn ibudó wa.

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Hello parents! I am SO excited to be teaching your children this week at summer camp! 


A little bit about myself: I attended the University of North Carolina at Wilmington for my undergraduate studies. I graduated in May of 2017 and received my Bachelors Degree in History and my Secondary Licensure for Education. I started my teaching career at South Brunswick High School in Southport, NC in August of 2017 as a Social Studies teacher. There, I also coach Basketball and Track, as well as lead Interact Club for the students. I have been working at the Children’s Museum since I was at UNCW and have fallen in love with the summer camp programs we have here at the museum! This will be my seventh year leading the camps and I have learned so much about teaching young children through this amazing opportunity. Every year we work to make your child’s experience more exciting, educational, and memorable! I look forward to meeting you and educating your children this week! Thank you for all of your continued support for the Children’s Museum of Wilmington! A fun fact about me is that I have been skydiving!