With two units of our hit STEAM Musem program touring the United States every day, tens of thousands of people have the opportunity to enjoy the cutting-edge hands-on educational experience it provides. One of these people, Jennifer Ruth, was a volunteer at a recent STEAM Museum presentation in Rock Creek, OH and sent us this review:Read More
Education Through Entertainment
Kids love Kidz Science Safari!
It's always nice to receive fan mail from kids who had a great time with one of our assembly programs! This week, we got in a letter for Mr. Will, the presenter of our Kidz Science Safari program, from a fan named Abigail.
What is STEAM Education?STEAM (science, technology, engineering, art, and math) education is a nationwide initiative that creates critical thinkers, increases science literacy, and enables the next generation of innovators. It is a synergestic approach to teaching the STEAM disciplines instead of isolating them as separate schools of thought. It is the next logical step in what the STEM initiative began by incorporating art to bring the right-brain into traditional scientific thinking.
Three reasons you can't miss Mobile Ed's STEAM Museum this year
We have been offering hands-on workshops with our educational assembly programs for almost as long as we've been offering assembly programs, but none of them give students the science museum experience like STEAM Museum. Here are three exhibits your kids are going to be talking about long after they've gone back to their classrooms.Read More
We put the A in STEAM in this comprehensive update of our hit program
STEM Museum has only been on the road for two years and is already one of the most popular programs we have ever offered. Due to the demand, we created a second unit of the traveling museum...but we didn't stop there.
We went STEAM.Read More
Well, it has been awhile since we posted some of our “bragging rights”. This month has been very hectic so far here at the Mobile Ed ranch, what with major winter storms all over the country playing havoc with our schedules. So many schools have missed performances due to weather closures. Of course, we never charge for that, so that is a good thing for the schools, but no one wants to miss their show and disappoint the kids, right? This month has been just a whirlwind of phone calls and emails and constant scrambling to try to find suitable make up dates for all the schools that lost their day. Thanks for your understanding through all this!
Mobile Ed's newest and groundbreaking school assembly program, The STEM Museum, rolled into it's first schools last week, and the reviews are are as awesome as we would have hoped!
Recently in these pages we have been developing a Guide to School Assemblies. Today we will look at shows and field trips featuring permanent, mobile or portable planetariums.
A mere two weeks ago we announced our newest school assembly program, The STEM Museum. We must have touched a nerve. Already the tour for the 2013-2014 school year is experiencing overwhelming demand. In fact this awesome new school show is getting close to being sold out in the Midwest and East and West coast dates are close behind. Only a few dates remain available for Ohio, Indiana, Michigan, Kentucky and Illinois. In some states we have only one or no dates left at all.
And small wonder.