STEM for Families. Caltech and JPL scientists create and simultaneously test this new model of educating children from kindergarten to 12th grade (5 to 18 years old). Students are divided in small groups and receive a well-rounded education in STEM; it's entirely free, it's voluntary, and open-sourced.
How does it work? Caltech/JPL families teach their children after work hours in small groups of 6-12 students per class. They use world-wide curricula and also provide an alternative way of interacting with information on a conceptual level. They create their own teaching methods and curricula in order to promote understanding and mastering of a subject.
STEM for Families : weekly classes, summer workshops, public lectures, and an annual open house.
Physics class for Middle and High students led by Alex;
Math Circle led by Dana;
Math Circle led by Chess;
Biology class led by Jenni (former Rodinde's class);
Math Circle led by Ulyana and Ali;
Math Circle led by Ethan (former Hector's and Glenn's group)
We finished Alex's Data Science class active during Summer.
New biology class is in preparation
We finished coding workshop with Ruchi Bondre. The next coding workshop with Ruchi starts soon for the same group.
Also, we will have a new coding workshop for advanced Middle and High School students. More information will be sent.
AMC8 registration is still available.
This year, you have an opportunity to register for AMC 8 through Caltech Math Circles (Caltech STEM for Families program).
If you would like to use our center, please fill the Google form ASAP:
Please mark you availability to help, and your interest and uncovered needs in other competitions as well, and we will contact you.
We are interested to hear more about your needs for Math Competitions at Caltech:
Are you in tune with this activity through Caltech Mathematical Olympiad team – Tanya and Ulyana? Do we need more space available? Would you like to help in organizing competitions on behalf of our program?