Acera STEAM Learning Lab
Rolling enrollment is open for Acera’s STEAM Learning Lab, our educational enrichment and community outreach program for students ages 7-15. With emphases on critical thought, creative problem solving, and integration of content areas, our programs inspire all types of learners and thinkers. Students discover engineering, biotechnology, math, arts, theater, design, electronics, music, chemistry, physics, teamwork, friendships — and who they are: as individuals, learners, and collaborators.
Science for All: Fall 2016 Innovator Symposium
Join us for an evening of fearless science exploration on Thursday October 20th from 6:30 – 8:30 p.m.
Meet leading scientists, tinkerers, entrepreneurs and researchers from MIT’s Media Lab, Geobiology Lab, Boston University’s Social Development & Learning Lab, and more. Try hands-on STEM stations in the MakerSpace. Enjoy a humor show put on by the scientists behind the Ig Nobel Prize. Stay for a community drum circle and marshmallow roast led by Acera art teacher Anthony Reynolds.
Get Ready for Weekend Classes at Acera
How about making a treasure chest together with your child in our wood shop? How about exploring how computers and food come together in our Computational Kitchen? How about taking an adults-only class on the Science of Brewing (and tasting)?
We are busy working on a selection of fun STEAM weekend offerings for students and their parents — or really, anyone over the age of 6 who wants to tinker, experiment and never stop learning. Join us for
Join us at Acera’s SEEDS StudioLab where, under tutelage of MIT Media Lab alum Alisha Panjwani, students merge science, engineering, creativity and design to bring their ideas and stories to life! Visit our SEEDS Lab page for pictures of recent student work, and look for StudioLab sessions in our STEAM Learning Lab and Summer STEAM Camp.
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