Behind the wheel but not in control

Teachers at the Wichita Seed to STEM workshop had the chance to ride in a self-driving tractor. Brian Nelson of Hadley Middle School found it to be a really exciting opportunity: “Living in the city my… continue reading →

Digging deeper at his second Seed to STEM workshop

Brian Nelson of Hadley Middle School attended the first Seed to STEM workshop in 2016 and came back to Wichita this year. He shares his experience as a returning participant:… continue reading →

Growing in knowledge about corn

Carrie Blaes teaches Food Science, Animal Science and Intro to Agriscience at Fredonia Junior/Senior High School. She attended the Seed to STEM workshop in Wichita, and said, “This was an awesome work… continue reading →

What are you glowing about?!?

Seed to STEM lessons enhance biotechnology instruction in the classroom! James Burk teaches biology, advanced biology, chemistry and physics at Trego Community High School. Burk attended the Seed to STEM… continue reading →

A little something for the teacher AND the students

Lacie Fair, science teacher at Newton High School, was one of the winners of a recent Seed to STEM social media promotion campaign. Her prize was a kit containing lab equipment and supplies so she can… continue reading →

Sharing Seed to STEM Science at KATS Kamp

Everyone loves anniversaries, and Seed to STEM was proud to be at KATS Camp for KATS’ 50th anniversary! Of the over 140 people present, many visited the Seed to STEM booth to learn more about the program… continue reading →

Sweet side benefits of science

Brian Nelson of Hadley Middle School in Wichita likes Seed to STEM lessons, and so do his students! For sharing about his use of S2S curriculum as part of a Seed to STEM social media contest, Nelson won… continue reading →

See it made; make it yourself!

The Seed to STEM lessons allow students to explore “the science of corn”. Denise Scribner’s students at Eisenhower High School started from the beginning, as they grew corn, then did labs on the root… continue reading →