Students hold their skimmers created in a PLTW measurement activity for Mr. Govek's tech ed class.
Student displays a tank he created for the PLTW mechanical gears project in Mr. Govek's tech ed class.
Some of the students from Mr. Govek's Project Lead the Way Design class pose with various designs for their model playground project.
Some of the students from Mr. Govek's Project Lead the Way Design class pose with various designs for their model chairs project.
"The PLTW middle and high school STEM education programs provide the inspiration for a new generation of innovators, the practical skills and hands-on experience to make students’ knowledge count in the real world, and the basis for the next generation of leadership in the sciences, technology, engineering, and mathematics.
PLTW develops motivated, well-rounded students by instilling confidence, stressing the importance of self-discovery, encouraging innovative problem solving and critical thinking, teaching team building, and rewarding creativity.
Your student will develop skills essential for achievement in the classroom and success in college and at work.
Not to mention:
PLTW students achieve significantly higher scores in reading, mathematics, and science.
PLTW graduates earn higher GPAs as college freshmen.
PLTW graduates are 5 to 10 times more likely to study engineering and technology." - from www.pltw.org
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