A group of high school students are planning a science fair for their class in order to get students interested in science, according to an
Posted On August 5, 2021
The group, which calls itself The Science Fair, is part of the group that calls itself the Science and Engineering Teachers Association (SEATA).
The group plans to host a science-themed event in their district in order “to bring students and educators together to discuss the benefits of STEM,” according to the post.
The event is scheduled to begin on August 10.SEATB’s board of directors, which includes a number of teachers, will discuss the event in the coming weeks.
They will be joined by representatives from other SEATA member organizations and teachers.SEATTA says the event will help bring more people to the classroom.
“By engaging in meaningful and engaging discussions with students about STEM subjects and their importance in our society, we can bring awareness to the importance of STEM in our schools and communities,” the post said.SEATHE also published an official statement on the event on Tuesday, saying that the goal of the event is to create a safe space for students to explore the STEM field.
“This event is an important opportunity for all students and teachers to interact with one another and to develop new ideas in STEM,” the statement read.
“This is an opportunity for students, teachers and educators to explore STEM in a safe, supportive environment.
SEATHE is committed to engaging students in STEM fields in a manner that fosters meaningful learning, promotes curiosity, and encourages lifelong learning.”
The organization has not yet posted an official description of the events.
The Science Fair event is part for the SEATB, which has been criticized for its lack of outreach to educators, particularly in terms of STEM topics.
The organization’s director of communications, Ashley White, told Polygon that the event would include science-related talks, workshops, games, and games of skill to help kids explore STEM.
The event is slated to take place at the end of September.