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2024 Mother/Daughter STEM Discovery Day by AAUW and NHUSD

March 23 @ 11:30 am - 4:00 pm

A morning of hands-on fun activities in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) for 3rd,4th, 5th Graders

2024 MOTHER DAUGHTER STEM DISCOVERY DAY

This year’s theme is Climate Change!

A morning of hands-on fun activities in STEM (Science,Technology,Engineering and Math) for 3rd,4th, 5th Grade girls and their mothers, aunts, grandmothers or any female caregiver.

• Attend four, 40 minute, hands-on STEM activities (with a 20 minute snack break)

• Dress warmly and comfortably

• Beverages, snacks and door prizes

Adult participant can be mother, grandmother, aunt, or other adult female caregiver

COST: $30 per adult/3rd, 4th or 5th Grader pair

$20 for a second 3rd, 4th or 5th grade sibling.

Financial assistance is available for qualified students. Please contact: Randy Fewel at [email protected] or simply send a question through Eventbrite.

Activities Offered – All participants will participate in all 4 workshops

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WORKSHOP DESCRIPTIONS

Coding: presented by Code for Fun

Students will develop their own machine learning models that will recognize and classify different recyclable materials. This beginner friendly, interactive project will address good recycling habits, then we’ll use AI to “sort it out”!

Bee Habitats presented by Dr. Richard Godfrey

Discover how Climate Change affects Bee Habitats and Populations. Includes bee migration, bee mites, African and European bees, Life cycle of bees and honey tasting.

Understanding the Pollution caused by Textile Waste presented by California Product Stewardship Council, Dr. Joanne Brasch

What is the problem with trash in the fashion industry? Discover material components using a scientific scanner. What about buttons and zippers? Discover material types: absorption rate, cotton, polyester etc:

Mathnasium

Data Analysis: Graphing and analyzing temperature of various cities in the Bay area over a few years and understanding how climate change has affected the temperature over the years.

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**Since seating in each activity is limited, participants are encouraged to register early.

AAUW advances equity for women and girls through advocacy, education, and research.

Venue

Cesar Chavez Middle School
2801 Hop Ranch Road
Union City, CA 94587 United States
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JACQUELINE ERICKSON

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110 N 3rd St #20
San Jose, CA 95112

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408.442.0909

408.612.5969

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