Media

 

VIDEO PROGRAMMING HIGHLIGHTS

STEM CLUB

Chromatography Detectives, Teays Valley STEM Club Program

Persistence of Vision, Teays Valley STEM Club Program

STEM Club Highlight: International Strategic Board Game Challenges

Solar Race Car, STEM Club Program

PhysBot & Fitness Challenges, STEM Club Highlights

STEM PROGRAMMING

Coding Super Powers Program, Circleville STEM Program

STEM COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT, PROGRAMMING, AND PARTNERSHIPS 

Pickaway WORKS Life Skills & Career Development Program Overview

CONFERENCE/WORKSHOP

OSU Extension: 21st Century Workforce & Coding Programming

This video is about the 21st Century Workforce & educators and students learning to coding with Sphero. Code is everywhere: agriculture, sports, education, art/design, pharmaceutics, robotics, health, entertainment, travel, law, politics, engineering, transportation, meteorology, tourism, you get the points it’s everywhere. Meghan Thoreau is an OSU Extension Educator in Community Development with a focus on preparing Pickaway County youth for STEM careers (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math.) Meghan works collaboratively with a team of Extension professionals, volunteers, campus collaborators, and community partners to provide leadership for the development, production, and evaluation of educational programs and applied research to foster STEM educational opportunities that increase career attainment in STEM fields. Meghan recently lead a hands-on coding workshop at NACDEP 2018 Conference in Cleveland, OH, 13 June, 2018. The first clip, was filmed by Brooke Beam, OSU Extension Educator and workshop assistant. Brooks’ clip captures Extension Educators from across the country engaging in coding challenges. The following videos and photos were recorded or taken by Meghan. All iPads and Spheros came from Apple Education. The music used in video is by Stromae, song Tous les Mêmes. Workshop presentation link: go.osu.edu/NACDEPcodeworkshop.

A Peace of My Mind: Joint Council of Extension Professionals (JCEP)

(Featured in project). John Noltner has been telling stories with words and images for twenty years for national magazines, Fortune 500 companies, and non-profits organizations. His work has appeared in National Geographic Traveler, Forbes Magazine, Midwest Living, and the New York Daily News, among other publications. Throughout his career, Noltner has managed logistics for editorial and commercial clients, both nationally and internationally, having worked on three continents. Noltner carefully arranges details and builds relationships with his clients, using humor, understanding, and compassion to craft compelling and insightful stories.

STEM CAMPS 

Hover Boarding, Logan Elm STEM Camp

Sphero Obstacle Challenge, Westfall STEM Camp

Sailing Car Design Challenge, Logan Elm STEM Camp

3D Water Spigot Print, Westfall STEM Program