Our organization has focused not only on science, engineering, technology and math knowledge but we have also have incorporated foreign language into our course offerings. Our France team has done an outstanding job in creating the learning path and course material to teach French. The study of foreign languages fosters an understanding of the interrelation of language and human nature, thereby building our cognitive skills. All in all, we ended August strong with introductory science, analytical math, higher level biology, mathematics, Java programming and Python programming. With the reopening of US schools and COVID uncertainty, STEMVision still had an overwhelming registrations for our diverse August sessions. We had a total of 523 registered students globally from grades K-12.
Numbers of sessions offered per week: 7
Total students enrolled for sessions: 523
Total hours spent per week on webinars: 28
Our July sessions were profoundly successful with a total of 694 participants registered all together in the ares of Python and Java programming, Math and Science for elementary kids, Biology and Chemistry for middle school students. From innovation in creating engaging lessons and online repositories to networking for community partnerships, we demonstrated our commitment to motivate and foster STEM education for our global young K-12 generation. We served a vast student community in motivating and encouraging them to progress in their studies and become practitioners from learners. During these hard times, with concerns of COVID-19, social unrest, and uncertainties with social distancing and closure of schools and summer camps, this has never been more crucial than to show our support for our community and foster learning for all.
Numbers of sessions offered per week: 6
Total students enrolled for sessions: 694
Total hours spent per week on webinars: 24
We had an incredible time at our June STEMVision sessions. Each week in June boasted a different discovery step for the learners. We had Python, AMC 8, Mathcounts, Analytical Math, and EV3 programming sessions with a total 474 registered students. We started the month exploring the basics and reviewed our existing knowledge. In two weeks, we dove into new segments that helped our learners gain newer understanding and discovering the depths of knowledge. The third week was a Segway into higher knowledge skills where our learners became STEM investigators, solving complex problems in math and creating short programs. Our final week blasted off into higher order understanding and building the confidence. As facilitators, we were proud to see our learners engage in scintillating science, ask critical questions, and develop a fantastic way to build upon an already established love of STEM.
Numbers of sessions offered per week: 5
Total students enrolled for sessions: 474
Total hours spent per week on webinars: 20
During the pandemic we started our journey with our April sessions, and with the support from our community we finished it on a strong note. We had a total of 218 students enrolled in Analytical Math, AMC 8, Mathcounts, and Python programming.
Numbers of sessions offered per week: 4
Total students enrolled for sessions: 218
Total hours spent per week on webinars: 16