Wheeler STEAM Symposium
Wheeler STEAM Symposium
2019 STEAM Symposium
Thursday, April 25, 2019
Elementary -- 10:00-12:00
Middle and High -- 12:30-2:30
Wheeler Arena -- Parking across the street in old East Cobb MS lot.
Vision of the STEAM Symposium:
Wheeler - K12 Cluster Celebrating Student STEAM Success
2018 STEAM Symposium
The 6th annual Wheeler STEAM Symposium took place on April 25, 2018, in the Wheeler Arena.
Description of the STEAM Symposium:
Imagine walking into a high-energy museum with a variety of STEAM Products, Projects and Presentations that our Wheeler Community students have created. You will experience what these students have learned through collaboration, creativity, critical thinking and making connections between many subject areas while also demonstrating practical applications to the real world. The elements of STEM and/or STEAM will be evident in all the exhibits. Come to see the phenomenal talent and giftedness of the students in the Wheeler Cluster.
2017 STEAM Symposium
The 5th annual Wheeler STEAM Symposium took place on April 12, 2017, in the Wheeler Arena.
2017 STEAM Symposium Magazine
2016 STEAM Symposium
The 4th annual Wheeler STEAM Symposium took place on April 13, 2016, in the brand new Wheeler Arena.
2016 STEAM Symposium Magazine
2015 STEAM Symposium 2015
In Spring 2015, the STEM Symposium was renamed the STEAM Symposium. STEAM stands for Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts (including Humanities), and Math. The 3rd Annual Symposium took place on Thursday, March 26, 2015, throughout the Wheeler campus.
2015 STEAM Symposium Magazine
STEM Symposium 2014
The second annual Wheeler STEM Symposium was held on March 11, 2014. It nearly doubled in scope and size from the inaugural symposium held just a year earlier. There were about 30 staff members participating from varied disciplines in math, science, engineering and technology as one would expect. However, subject areas of government, history, language arts, and agriculture also were represented, as the event demonstrated the epitome of cross-curricula collaborative project based learning. Besides the diversity of subject content, the inclusion of elementary and middle school students, and a MOID special education class, displayed the diversity and collaborative efforts across age levels and abilities. There were over 250 students that participated by displaying and demonstrating what they had learned and researched through the project based experience in and out of the classroom setting. Over 1000 visitors and guests experienced the synergy that radiated from our students in the classrooms, corridors, and hallways as they communicated to the guests about their project.
On behalf of the students and staff of Wheeler High School, East Cobb Middle School, Sedalia Park Elementary, East Valley Elementary, Mount Bethel Elementary, and the Center for Advanced Studies Foundation, who sponsored this event, we thank our guests, parents, and community members who came out to celebrate STEM with our students.
Wheeler STEM Symposium Magazine 2014