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people are loving the STEM Zone
Our organization was very pleased with the experience. The students were extremely engaged and learned a great deal.
The event was completely enjoyable. The students were excited and related previously learned material as they were going through the activities. Thanks a million!
Chevron's interest in STEM and the future of the children and our country is wonderful. Hopefully Chevron will be able to continue this amazing program into the future.
Love the diversity of activities. Something for everyone.
Some kids have attended more than once, and they still enjoy the experience. Repeating adds to the retention of the information. Excellent program!
Thanks Chevron for sponsoring the Girls Golf STEM Academy. My daughters had a great experience… The Academy is the highlight of their summer.
Thank you so much. I learned about science and technology throughout the program. I hope you continue this Academy, so other girls can have this fun and educational experience.
Thanks a million for the awesome event! I had soooo much fun at the STEM Zone and I feel like I learned a lot and improved my golf game so much!
My favorite part was when we went in the STEM Zone and we got to learn about math and science and play golf.
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Aerodynamics. Statistics. Chemical engineering. Understanding STEM can change the way you play sports or enjoy watching them.
It’s all about spin control. Which golf club should you use to get maximum spin — and distance?
Which three laws apply during every play in a football game? Hint: don’t think U.S. Constitution, think Isaac Newton.
You’re playing left field when a grounder comes your way. What’s the best angle to throw the ball to get the runner out at first?
Mathematicians can calculate the ideal scoring angle from anywhere on the court — but pro players know their parabolas by instinct.
Pucks weren’t always made from rubber — and you won’t believe some of the things players used before!
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put some STEM Zone in your classroom
Kids really get into Archimedes’ Principle and Newton’s Laws of Motion. It’s true! When students learn in terms of the sports they enjoy, they get a deeper and longer-lasting grasp of STEM concepts.
Teachers in grades 4-8 can use this free guide to bring STEM ideas to life through engaging sports-related lessons, aligned with Common Core standards.