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2022

Summer Sessions

Our summer sessions were extremely successfully with a total of 105 registrations. Along with our challenging IB curriculum and hectic AP classes as well as dual enrollments, the STEMVision team balanced it profoundly well with taking out time and interacting with young minds. We conducted Algebra 1, Biology and Physics classes in the summer months of June and July. In our Biology segment our team focused on ecosystems and diversity. We made several quizzes and participants enjoyed competing with one another on Kahoot. In our Physics sessions, we explored the basics of Kinematics, learning about distance, time, and velocity. We had a lot of fun learning about various types of velocity and speed graphs. Algebra 1 classes focused on the beginner level, laying strong foundation for the higher lever courses.

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Numbers of sessions offered: 10

Total students enrolled for sessions: 105

Total hours spent on webinars: 10

2021

November Sessions

Even with the hectic in-person school schedule, the STEMVision team successfully introduced calculator workshops for Scientific Calculator as well as Graphing Calculator. As calculators allow students to work more quickly, the first step is to know the mechanics of how to use them. In our hands-on workshop, we together learned the basics of TI-84 Plus C. We also delivered Physics sessions, where we are learned about the fundamental basics of Physics and then gradually advanced to Kinematics, Vectors, Motion, and Waves.

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Numbers of sessions offered: 6

Total students enrolled for sessions: 79

Total hours spent on webinars: 6

October Sessions

In the month of October, in our biology classes, we focused on some simple to advanced concepts in animal cells and understating organelles and their functions, plant cell, their organelles, and functions. Then we moved into higher-order concepts regarding enzymes, proteins, and their action. We ended the biology series with the nucleus and human DNA.

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Numbers of sessions offered per week: 1

Total students enrolled for sessions: 18

Total hours spent per week on webinars: 4

Summer (June-August) Sessions

This summer we went over biology, analytical math, hands-on science lab, algebra 1, python programming, and French topics. We started with the biology classes that focused on some simple to advanced concepts in animal cell and plant cell, their organelles, and functions, and then moving it to higher-order concepts regarding proteins and their action and ending the series with the nucleus and human DNA. Then we delved into our all-time popular analytical math sessions, preparing middle students for AMC-8 and MathCounts competitions. In our algebra classes, we learned about variables and expressions, equations, inequalities, functions, polynomials, and quadratic equations. For the first time, the STEMVision team also introduced hands-on science sessions for elementary students. Together we conducted live experiments and learned concepts of cohesion, adhesion, capillary action, and surface tension. On public demand, we repeated the python programming classes. Once again this year, our France team has done an outstanding job in teaching basic French to US students.

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Numbers of sessions: 6

Total students enrolled for sessions: 308

Total hours spent for sessions: 24

April Sessions

In this month we went over biology topics and mainly covered ecology. Each week, we looked at different parts of the ecosystems. We went over definitions, parts of ecosystems, levels of organization, and biochemical cycles. We also went over producers, types of consumers, species interactions, trophic levels, the flow of energy, food chains and food webs, and the ecological pyramid, then did an activity. We reviewed over biodiversity, species diversity, genetic diversity, the biodiversity crisis, threats to biodiversity, ecological succession, and did an activity. Finally, we went over population statistics, immigration and emigration, limiting factors, density independent and dependent factors, and models for growth. Each class, we watched review videos. We also occasionally did practice quizzes.

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Numbers of sessions offered per week: 1

Total students enrolled for sessions: 23

Total hours spent per week on webinars: 4

March Sessions

Our science sessions this March were a blast! We covered several important topics: energy, weather, and space. STEMVision’s interactive lessons with infographics, quizzes, easy to understand diagrams, and more helped students understand all three of these subjects. We learnt what the Law of Conservation of Energy is and how it applies to real life. Participants also learned how severe weather events like thunderstorms, tornadoes, hurricanes, etc. form, and how these Earth systems interact with other bodies in space. They learned about several characteristics of planet and their moons, stars, comets, asteroids, etc.

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Numbers of sessions offered per week: 1

Total students enrolled for sessions: 33

Total hours spent per week on webinars: 3

February Sessions

This month, STEMVision offered webinars in Physics. Students started off with a lesson on the basics of physics, practicing problems with scientific units, conversions, and significant figures. We were able to quickly advance onto learning about topics such as forces and motion, as well as properties and types of waves. With the help of informative videos and lots of practice, participants were able to make significant progress in their physics knowledge within just a couple weeks.

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Numbers of sessions offered per week: 1

Total students enrolled for sessions: 41

Total hours spent per week on webinars: 4

2020

October Sessions

Science is an Adventure! Our team delivered Biology of the Human Body in the month-long seminar. The participants learned about different human body systems and then transitioned from the human body's theory to understand the application of this science. We explored cardiovascular system, respiratory system, digestive system, and immune system. It was an exciting few weeks from simple hands-on labs in chromatography to embedded quizzes and video snippets.

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Numbers of sessions offered per week: 1

Total students enrolled for sessions: 32

Total hours spent per week on webinars: 4