S.T.E.M.+A.

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Definition: Science, Technology, Engineering, Math (STEM) and Agriculture

Overview

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BioEnergy in the Science Classroom

BioEnergy in the Science Classroom

Strongly tied to the Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS), the BBEP workshop materials are designed to assist teachers in planning options for their classrooms that integrate NGSS and introduce Bioenergy and Bioproducts topics within the framework...
Bioenergy in the Technology Classroom

Bioenergy in the Technology Classroom

The BBEP workshop materials are designed to assist technology teachers in planning options for their classrooms in ways that integrate technology needs for the emerging bioenergy and bioproducts industries with design, invention and creation in the...
Bioenergy in the Engineering Classroom

Bioenergy in the Engineering Classroom

Engineering is everything. The program curriculum brings broad engineering concepts to real world bioenergy and bioproducts industries career applications through an emphasis on Systems Thinking. Participants are introduced to the basic concepts of...
Bioenergy in the Mathematics Classroom

Bioenergy in the Mathematics Classroom

Relating abstract math concepts to real world career applications can be a big challenge. BBEP engagement activities provide context for math concepts by showing students a multitude of careers in the bioenergy and bioproducts industries that use...
Bioenergy in the Agriculture Classroom

Bioenergy in the Agriculture Classroom

The program offers a fresh look at the expansion and diversification of existing agricultural industries through the emerging bioenergy and bioproducts industries and introduces science, technology, engineering and math skill examples. Hands-on engagement...