KLRN SciGirls | March 2018 Screening
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Join KLRN SciGirl’s for a sneak peek of SciGirls season 4. Six new bilingual episodes feature Hispanic SciGirls teaming up with adult female STEM professionals to solve STEM challenges, improve their communities, and make new friends. We’ll watch a SciGirls profile of Violeta Garcia, who engages STEM learning experiences to advance diverse students. Our main feature is episode two of season 4, “Gallinas de Ciudad | City Chickens.” SciGirls hatch a plan! Alexa and her friends design and build a chicken coop for an urban farm in Denver, Colorado, by recycling a donated structure into a new home where the birds can thrive. We’ll also be joined online by a science specialist ready to answer your questions. Join us!
SciGirls | Opening Video
Violeta Garcia – Ecologista y Pedagoga | Ecologist and Teacher
La Dra. Violeta García utiliza interesantes experiencias de aprendizajes de STEM para avanzar a estudiantes diversos. – Dr. Violeta García uses engaging STEM learning experiences to advance diverse students.
SciGirls | Main Feature
Gallinas de Ciudad | City Chickens
¡Las SciGirls idean un plan! Alexa y sus amigas diseñan y construyen un gallinero para una granja urbana en Denver, Colorado, por reciclar una estructura donada a una nueva casa donde las gallinas pueden prosperar. — SciGirls hatch a plan! Alexa and her friends design and build a chicken coop for an urban farm in Denver, Colorado, by recycling a donated structure into a new home where the birds can thrive.
SciGirls | Closing Video
The mission of KLRN is to enrich the lives of people throughout South Central Texas through the power of communication—providing quality programs and services that advance education, art and culture, and community.
- Jennifer Herrera
Jennifer Herrera is the Community & Media Engagement Manager at KLRN and is also an avid crafter who enjoys blending STEM into her work.
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