Full STEAM Ahead

Saturday, January 27th, 2024 | 9AM - 2:30PM

Registration Cost:  

Early Bird Rate (Before Jan 1): $45

Regular Rate (Starting Jan 1): $55


LeMay - America's Car Museum and Foss Waterway Seaport present Full STEAM Ahead, bringing you creative new ways to incorporate Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Mathematics into your classroom. Educators from both museums will provide engaging, hands-on workshops for both primary and secondary teachers, offering lesson plans and supplementary materials for educators to utilize in their own classrooms.

Registration includes lunch, cross-curricular lesson plans, parking and admission to each museum. Participation in the program qualifies for 5 STEM clock hours.

PROGRAM SCHEDULE (Items in BOLD count toward clock hours)

9 am:

Event Begins

9 – 9:30 am:

Registration/Welcome and Introductions

9:30 – 11:30 am:

Session 1

11:30 am – 12 pm:

Lunch (provided) & Gallery Exploration

12 – 2 pm:

Session 2

2 – 2:30 pm:

Wrap-up Discussion & Closing Remarks

2:30 pm:

Event Concludes


Force, Motion & Automobiles

Presented by LeMay – America’s Car Museum (Location: Banquet Room Level 2)

Why has automobile design changed over time?  What do Newton’s Laws of Motion have to do with seatbelts? How can patterns help make predictions?

Explore the answers to these questions and more with educators from LeMay – America’s Car Museum, as we drive into our Force and Motion unit! Developed to provide an engaging, hands-on experience, these three lessons will introduce your students to the basic concepts of force and motion, test your students' design and engineering skills, and bring everything together with the ultimate test of your class's new knowledge and skills as they construct a wacky machine that can be used to predict future motion.

Under Pressure

Presented by Foss Waterway Seaport (Location: Board Room Level 2)

Join instructors from the Foss Waterway Seaport for a series of hands-on science experiments involving balloons and other common household items. Teachers will use pressure to suck a balloon into a jar, put a wooden skewer through it without popping it, and maybe even mess around with some fire! In this session you'll learn how heat and cold cause ocean currents and more. Wow your students and engage them in fun, exciting science.