Science, math night open to community at Skoff Elementary
Bolingbrook and Romeoville residents will be on hand 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 28 as Beverly Skoff Elementary School hosts a Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (S.T.E.M.) Community Night.
The evening’s featured guest will be journalist, underwater filmmaker, field biologist and author Annie Crawley. Her multimedia presentation will focus on visits to a variety of locations around the world including the Great Pacific Garbage Patch.
Multiple community organizations and S.T.E.M. professionals will be represented, including the DuPage County Children’s Museum, Shedd Aquarium, James Dyson Foundation, Argonne National Laboratory, Fountaindale and White Oak libraries, the Lawrence Hall of Science, and McGraw-Hill Education (author of Valley View School District’s new K-5 math curriculum.)
In addition, world-renowned math expert and author Angela Andrews and a representative of TV talk show host Mike Davis, who is a chemistry, nanotechnology, biochemistry and science education expert, will be in attendance.
S.T.E.M. education is an approach to learning coupling rigorous academic concepts with real-world lessons.
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