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Houston Students Follow a Path to Learn about the World
Houston high school students learned about other countries and cultures on a visit to France, where they built a labyrinth in Lyon.
Printer Friendly VersionJuly 2015
Three Countries, One Project
It started in the United Kingdom, when the Northlands Wood Community Primary School decided to do a water testing project. The students and teachers thought it would be interesting to find schools in other countries to test their own water, and compare results.
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The Power of One
We often hear how one person can make a difference. Beyamra Ounoumdon, now a Cell Leader Kome-Chad, is one of those people.
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Houston Students Make Raspberry Pi
Thanks to an outreach program from Schlumberger, for three days in mid-March 27 robotics club students from four inner-city Houston schools attended Raspberry Pi Camp.
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Making Great Art!
Announcing the winners of the annual SEED art competition has long been a highlight and culmination of the year at SEED. As seen on the annual SEED card, the students produce the most amazing artwork.
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Projects Show Innovation at Yachay Science Fair
Throughout 2014, SEED led a teacher academy to enhance teachers’ STEM and hands-on science skills at Ecuador’s Yachay City of Knowledge, a planned city, where business, technologically innovative ideas, talent, and infrastructure are combined to create solutions for global issues that impact the quality of life of Ecuadorians.
Printer Friendly VersionFebruary 2015
2014: Year of the Teacher
From the most basic STEM school workshop to larger professional development programs, teachers were at the center of many of SEED’s projects, whether in South America or Africa.