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STEM Spotlight, Michael Hopkins

During times like these, it’s important to recognize STEM professionals creating positive change for the future of our community. Meet Michael Hopkins, Ph.D. Candidate and Founder of the organization Black Scientists Matter. As someone paving the way for future generations, he agreed to share his journey with us and offer advice to those seeking a…

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At-Home Explorers: Learning Undefeated’s New Online Summer Camp

This summer Learning Undefeated is teaming up with the Housing Opportunities Commission of Montgomery County (HOC), Boys and Girls Club of Metropolitan Baltimore, and the Bender Jewish Community Center of Greater Washington to provide kids with authentic STEM camp experiences online.  New Platform, New Features Beginning the week of July 13, educators and counselors will…

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Web Resources | Inclusivity in STEM

Web Resources National Education Association Visit the National Education Association’s Black Lives Matter school resources webpage for guidelines on talking about race in the classroom, how to mobilize student action organizations, and art and activism models. Learn More Here Education Week Teacher Education Week: Teacher has a list of 15 Classroom Resources for Discussing Racism,…

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Outside the Classroom: Build a Wave Machine

In this At-Home Science video, which aired on WJLA’s “Outside the Classroom” on May 27, 2020, Ali explores the physics of waves by building her very own wave machine with everyday materials. The sounds we hear are caused by vibrations of a material, like the string of a guitar moving back and forth when plucked.…

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To Our Students: We Support You

To our students,  Learning Undefeated stands with you. We are both outraged and saddened by the senseless death of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery, and countless others who have died due to similar injustices. The future you create should be up to you and only you. The color of your skin should not limit the opportunities you…

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