Welcome to the Summer Programs Special Edition of the Georgia Tech K-12 STEM Connection Newsletter! This special edition highlights campus and community K-12 STEM-related programming happening across Georgia Tech's campus this summer.

CEISMC Student Programs

CEISMC Student Programs is excited to offer in-person and virtual summer programs this summer. We will offer weekly summer programs from May 31 - July 23. Your students can join us for a socially distanced program on Georgia Tech's campus or connect with us virtually from the comfort of their homes. These weekly summer experiences are designed to increase Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Mathematics (STEAM) knowledge through hands-on and engaging experiential activities. Please visit our website by clicking below for more information, or signup for our newsletter at this link.
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Into the Storm

Ever wanted to be a meteorologist or storm researcher? Been caught in severe weather and wondered what caused it? In this one-week program, students will explore the physics behind the formation of hazardous and severe weather events in our atmosphere. This will include learning how to analyze surface weather maps, weather balloon launch data, radar and satellite data, and other relevant meteorological information. Students will also work on a mini-research topic, investigating an extreme weather event of interest.
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Inventure Summer Camp

Are you a high schooler wanting to bring your imagination to life? Learn the process of invention at the 2021 Inventure Summer Camp! Camp dates are June 21 - 25 and July 19 - 23. Both sessions are virtual. To register, visit
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CAPACiTY Computer Science Online Professional Learning Institutes Provided by CEISMC

Summer 2021

  • Introduction to Digital Technology.  June 7-18. 
  • AP Computer Science Principles.  June 7-11 and June 21-25. 
  • Middle School Computer Science (Foundations of Computer Programming plus Foundations of Interactive Design).  June 7-18. 

Each course requires approximately 40 hours of work, mostly asynchronous, and teachers receive $450 for successfully completing a course.

To request an application, email

CAPACiTY curricula, developed with support from the National Science Foundation, promote the development of computational thinking and computer science skills by engaging students in authentic and culturally relevant problem-driven learning. Students create multimedia digital narratives consisting of websites, mobile apps, and computationally generated music in a collaborative manner.  In the process, students become proficient with a variety of computational tools such as Power-Point, EarSketch, and App Inventor.

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CODE.Org Summer 2021 Teacher Professional Development Workshops

Our Summer Teacher Professional Development Workshops have a primary focus to support, help sustain, and grow the K-12 computer, science educators. To learn more and find a workshop today, visit our website
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Wanted: K-2 Teacher Art or STEAM Teachers
The Georgia Tech School of Interactive Computing would love your help to learn how we can use 3D virtual environments to teach and incorporate art in K-2 classrooms! Researchers at Georgia Tech are exploring how 3D virtual environments can be used to better supplement art education and improve student engagement. If you are a K-2 teacher with at least six months of teaching experience who is willing to take 15-30 minutes to answer an anonymous survey to tell us about how you like to teach and use art, please click the link below! You can also volunteer to be selected to participate in further design sessions after the completion of this survey.
For questions about this work, contact Dr. Jessica Roberts, assistant professor in the School of Interactive Computing at Georgia Tech, at

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