We had a great ignite session focused on helping educators in Belize build relationships with industry partners and subject matter experts.     Ignite Interest Inspire Action Give Hope to Belizean Students When: July 15 Time: 2:00 – 3:00 pm MT Joselyn / Belmopan Methodist High School / 10th Grade 
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Diverse and meaningful data, art, music, and culture have taken a leading role in the vision of student-driven learning between STEM School Highlands Ranch and el Colegio Patria in Las Varas, Nayarit, Mexico.   Students from el Colegio Patria presented what they did for “Culture Week” 
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  Insight from InSight Touchdown!  No, not the Super Bowl. Even better . . . The infinite potential to learn from the aerospace industry. To further our mission of providing real content, from real experts in real time: On November 26, 2018 students had a 
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High-Tech Pogo Stick Dec. 5, 2018   Thanks to Lone Star School, we now know that a Pogo Stick is much more than a toy.   Rural seventh graders from Lone Star, led by Mr. Parker, presented what they learned from Case IH to Ms. 
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Drones and Probes National Junior Honor Society’s Student-Led Rural-Urban Collaboration Dec. 5, 2018   What started as a NJHS idea for homework club for STEM students ended up being the beginning of a rural-urban collaboration. After short introductions, the momentum increased, the energy surged, and ideas 
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STEM Girls in Ukraine12-19-2018    Can you imagine what would happen if STEM girls from Ukraine worked with STEM School Highlands Ranch girls, supported by WorldDenver?  No need to imagine. It has begun!     Together they will develop meaningful collaborations centered around science and cosmetics. 
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Pitching Your Case to Case IH High-Tech AG Solutions from Students to Industry 12-19-2018   Today’s High-Tech AG collaboration between STEM and Lone Star had plenty of students pitching their solutions to Case IH.   You find out if your idea might work when you 
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  K-99 Aerospace Synchronous Learning Making the Impossible Possible   Gregg Cannady December 2018     In WWII, Nazi Germany had a jet fighter, the Whizzer.  The US had no jet fighters. Our B17 and P38 fighters were 150 miles slower than the Whizzer, necessitating 
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Sharing Chinese Culture   Perspectives from Peking Opera Jan. 29, 2019 Ms. Ping Yang’s session in THE SYNK with Peking Opera Master Wenliang Ma was a window into a culture that many students in the United States never see.  From across the world and across 
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Collaborations Taking Flight Birds Across Borders   PhD Science instructor (Dr. Jennifer-Campbell Smith) is a falconer, illustrator, and polymath. She has a dream of taking the 9,000+ species of birds in the world and collaborating with students in any country to create an open-source website 
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