Presenters at Sunset Valley Elementary School STEM Day April 26, 2013
Norwin SD long term Substitute in
Kdg Mrs. Stone did several different experiments with colorful gel material 1st
Mr. Stolinski battery and light bulbs and power and a change in power resulting in
Mrs. Bailey and Ms. Kaszycki/ Had packages and station to deliver to and experimented with the change in organization for delivery when packages are organized at the UPS warehouse. Compared timing for each
Mrs. Zapanta: studied and experienced changes in matter identification / Why leaves
change in seasons/color separation/ dry ice demonstration.
Mr. Rocco: Fingerprinting for forensic identification
Mrs. Alvarez did a chemical reaction with candy and marshmallows Mr. Meyers copies of inventions that were tried to be patented and some successes
Mr. Fear: Graphic designs / webpage design and LOGO contest
Mr. Apgar / Voice activated electronic that helps find materials in warehouse and for fast food restaurants
Mrs. Marflak / Assistive devices used for speech and communication for the
Mrs. Fite/ DNA decoding puzzles and codes
Mrs. Szymanski DNA separation Mr. Cartia ; A train engine from drawing, to model building, to final product completion
Mrs. Colcombe : the intestinal system
Mr. Milko : Sound recording and design.
Kindergarten/ 1st Lifeskills All of KDG is running independent from the rest of theour presenter has cordially offered to come for the day and adapt to what best suits everyone. Room 10: Mrs. Lisa Stone /(Any Balfe’s mom) / PPG Industries./ Supervisor for analytic dept. activity/ Why leaves change in seasons/color separation/ dry ice demonstration 1st Grade/ Lifeskills Room 13: Mr. Paul Stolinski / Westinghouse Electric/ Lead engineer for process and control systems for nuclear energy/ Working with batteries and light bulbs and magnetism. Room 14: Mrs. Zapanta / University of Pittsburgh/ Biology Room 15: Mr. Jim Rocco/ Penn Hills School District/ Forensic Science Teacher/ Hands on lab activity. Room 16: Mrs. Tandy Bailey / UPS/ activity of measuring packages/ finding routes for delivery Ms. Kaszycki / UPS / Industrial Engineer/ Design package delivery operations and efficiency optimization . Have students develop best route for deliveries. 2nd Grade/ Lifeskills Room 18: Mrs. Kris Alvarez/ BMPC / Radiological engineer/ scientist Activity: candy nuclear power reactor/ student s will build a nuclear reactor using a Dixie cup and nerds , twizzlers, and water. Room 20: Mr. Stephen Meyer/ Nils H. Ljungman and Assoc./ Patents and inventions. Will present silly and off the wall inventions and students develop solutions to problem by inventions.
3rd Grade/ Lifeskills Room 35: Mr. Kevin Fear/ Douglas Education Center / Marketing and advertising Graphic design and Web design activity discussion and display of computer graphics and web design graphics. Will host a contest for graphic design to be put on a poster. Room 36: Kathy Marflak / Marflak Professional Services / Provide speech – language therapy for early intervention and programs for electronic devices. Will bring in some devices for students to try and experience. Room 37: Mrs. Karen Fite / University of Pittsburgh/ Manage medical research lab / Activity; discuss creating mutant viruses and uses in research. Room 38: Mr. Brian Apgar / Vocollect Inc. / manage hardware and software solutions for workers and companies to solve warehousing problems using voice recognition programs. Demonstrate the voice recognition programs.
4th Grade/ Lifeskills Room 31: Mrs. Jennifer Szymanski /University of Pittsburgh/ Science educator/ researcher/ environmental scientist/ Worked as a vet tech at one time. Will work on CSI activities Music Room: Mr. Milko / Norwin School District Music dept. Long term Substitute position . / Will demonstrate sound design and recording. Room 33: Mrs. Christine Colcombe / Westmoreland Community College / Teacher of adult Education Human Biology / Activity lesson on the body Room 34: Mr. Rob Cartia / General Electric / Executive engineering with materials/ New product introduction : locomotives and aircraft engines / Detail the use of technology engineering and math to create new products.
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