STEM and STEAM – What’s the Difference? DefinedSTEM, October 9, 2017, Blog, STEM/STEAM FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailPrintCopy Link By Anne Jolly You already know what the acronym, STEM, stands for – science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. Add an “A” for arts, and the acronym becomes STEAM. At first, including that “A” generated questions and frequent push-back, since […]
Join the Mars Society Red Eagle Student Engineering Contest January 30th Letter of Intent Deadline The Barboza Space has a fellowship program for students that might want to participate in this Mars Engineering lander design contest. Contact: Bob Barboza at. Suprschool@aol.com The Mars Society announced last September the Red Eagle Student Engineering Contest to […]
We are looking to work with musicians, artists and composers. We are performing jazz, classical and World music for the visual jazz opera, “The Occupy Mars Learning Adventures.” Contact: Suprschool@aol.com. Who wants to write music for Native American Flutes? The Occupy Mars Band is getting ready to perform original compositions at museums and art galleries. […]
I want to wish all of you a Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays for 2018. One day we hope to be sending greetings cards from Mars and beyond. You can follow our work with students at http://www.BarbozaSpaceCenter.WordPress.com.
Get Involved in Mars Society “Red Eagle” Student Contest to Design Mars Lander Students and from the Barboza Space Center will support other teams that want to try for this new international competition. Write your letter for possible collaboration and send it to Barboza Space Center (Suprschool@aol.com. Attention Bob Barboza. What do I need to […]
The Lights On Puerto Rico Project We are calling on students, teachers, musicians and music lovers to join us on the making of the theme song “Lights On Puerto Rico”. This is a not for profit project to help students on the island of Puerto Rico. Our goal is to insure that we […]
The teachers at the Barboza Space Center are looking for fun space math projects using calculus. We are teaching teams of high school students that are training to become Jr. astronauts, scientists and engineers. Our students have labtop computers and scientific calculators. Some of our students will be using slide rulers. Here is […]