DROPPING SEEDS IN MOTION
Looking to the future and getting youth excited about STEM careers…
Seeds for Science also helps develop kids’ interest in STEM (Science, Technology Engineering and Math) through interactive engaging workshops. By sharing the exciting world of science with the younger generation and through dynamic movement activities, children of all ages will develop an interest in science in addition to interrelated disciplines- Technology, Engineering and Math!
Clients & Partners:
Did You Know?
Demand for Qualified STEM Workers Is Projected to Increase in the Future
International Comparisons Suggest the U.S. Is Trailing in Developing a STEM Workforce
The Supply of STEM Talent Is Not Keeping Up With Demand
(Source: U.S. Congress Joint Economic Committee, U.S. Congress Joint Economic Committee, April 2012 read full report)
SEEDS FOR SCIENCE
Seeds for Science offers interactive science based workshops which integrate learning through movement/dance in addition to Action Based Learning. Highly interactive, movement/dance activities help students retain scientific concepts. Workshops also develop critical thinking, problem solving, and team building skills. Seeds for Science facilitates learning through implementing a kinesthetic teaching approach.
Kinesthetic learning takes place when students carry out physical activities, rather than listening to a lecture or watching demonstrations. Each workshop is aligned with the state of North Carolina curriculum standards.
Seeds for Science can help you reach your content-specific/program goals and learning objectives, all through getting youth up and MOVING!
Research suggests that 85% of all students are kinesthetic learners!
(Lengel, T. M., & Kuczala, M. M. (2010). The Kinesthetic Classroom: Teaching and Learning through Movement)
Benefits of using movement/dance to teach:
Increases understanding and retention
Improves social skills
Stimulates the brain/body connection
STEM/ STEAM programs
The Water Cycle in Motion
Atoms, Compounds and Molecules in Motion
Life Cycles in Motion
Microorganisms in Motion
Plant Science in Motion
The Earth in Motion