The Great Plains STEM Education Center conducts a wide variety of educator professional development workshops, as well as STEM events for students. Below are several videos highlighting recent events.
Washington Elementary 4th grade students design a soccer game using Lego WeDo robots.
Students at Enderlin Public School take part in a Rube Goldberg STEM Design Challenge.
Students at Edgeley Public school participate in a Family Engineering Night with their parents.
A pair of 9th grade Physical Science students at Marion High School study Newton's Laws of Motion using a Paper Rollercoaster they built.
A high school science teacher at a GPSEC workshop shows off his LEGO EV3 Smart Car programming skills.
K-12 teachers at a GPSEC workshop participate in an Inquiry learning activity.
Students in Bismarck explore computer programming, music, and the Makey Makey.