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STEM Night

2022-2023 Co-Chairs: Tiffany Shao and Anita Ambani

stem@medinapta.org 

 

Medina STEM Night is an exciting night full of fun and hands-on learning with STEM related activities for all ages. We welcome the entire Medina Elementary community to join us for exploration, discovery and entertainment.

 

We're now accepting video submissions for our fall virtual STEM Night until Monday, October 11th!

Submit Your Science Video (60 seconds max)  

 

 


STEM Night - Fall 2021

 

 

Wednesday, October 20, 2021

6:30 pm - 7:30 pm

 

 

Our fall STEM Night will include exciting live vendor presentations, and STEM projects or science demonstrations from students. 

 

All students (K-5) are invited to submit a 1-minute video of a STEM-related topic or experiment for the Science Demo. See the submission guidelines below.

 

Upload Your Science Video (60 seconds max)

 

Submissions are due Monday, October 11, 2021.  

 

Vendor presentations

Details coming soon! 

 

Student Presentations: STEM Projects and Science Demos 

The Science Demo is a regular program in STEM Night where our students show off their original scientific ideas. This year, the demo will be held virtually in the format of video submissions. We welcome students at all level (K-5) to participant. 

 

Submission Format: 1-minute video upload

 

Topic: All STEM-related topics are welcome as long as you can make it a 1 minute video! The only exception is Egg Drop, which will be part of our Spring STEM Night. Choose your own topic or use one of our suggested challenges:

 

Suggested STEM Challenges:

  1.  Design and build a rocket. Use only materials you find around the house. How high can your rocket fly?
  2. Design and build a catapult. What can you launch?
  3. Design and build a Rube Goldberg machine.

Here are more examples of topics you can choose: 

  1. Explain a physics equation and show an experiment;
  2. Describe a math formula and apply it to a real-world problem;
  3. Write a program to control a robot. 

Here are some example videos:

  1. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LOvp1btuDws
  2. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TFlVWf8JX4A

 

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