Project Lead The Way
HOBART | Hobart Middle School's Project Lead The Way (PLTW) prides itself on being one of the nation's leading providers of rigorous and innovative Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) education.
HAMMOND | Eight Hammond Academy of Science and Technology seniors showcased STEM-related projects Tuesday at the Purdue University Calumet Center for Innovation through Visualization and Simulation.
HAMMOND | Eight seniors at the Hammond Academy of Science and Technology are showcasing STEM-related learning projects they have developed over the past academic year at Purdue University Calumet’s Center for Innovation through Visualization and Simulation.
In an effort to stimulate and engage students, a handful of local educators attended a two-day Project Lead the Way conference recently in Indianapolis.
HOBART | Hobart High School’s Project Lead the Way- Civil Engineering students are working collaboratively to design houses utilizing the requirements set forth by Habitat for Humanity.
College and career readiness are goals for every student, and Northwest Indiana public schools are doing incredible work preparing today’s graduates for their future.
HOBART | How is this going to help me in real life?
HOBART | Hobart Biomedical Science students embark on a new job shadow program with St. Mary's Medical Center. As part of their senior capstone course, students will be following and observing local professionals to gain insight into the rigors and pressures of working in such a fast-paced c…
CEDAR LAKE | The Hanover Central Middle School PLTW (Project Lead the Way) classes have been hard at work completing their projects for the third grading period.
HOBART | On December 2, twelve Project Lead the Way (PLTW) students along with Mr. Vermeulen and Mr. Martin went down to IUPUI for an Indiana student conference.
HOBART | Hobart Middle School Project Lead The Way (PLTW) Instructor Greg Marsh feels his students enjoy challenges and competition. He also notes that PLTW meets those needs and enable them to work together and learn through collaboration.
HOBART | Project Lead The Way's Bio/Med students have been busy dissecting sheep hearts to learn how the heart is able to move blood throughout the body.
HOBART | Aleesha Cook has some specific goals in mind. The 17-year-old Hobart High School junior wants to be a paramedic. Cook, who also is in Hobart's Junior ROTC program, is taking the first step now; she enrolled in the EMT program at Hobart High School.
CEDAR LAKE | Sixth grade 'Project Lead the Way' students at Hanover Central Middle School recently completed their designs of racing dragsters and tested their performance in class.
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