Blog posts tagged with "stem accelerated coding"
Ashland Christian School is the recipient of the Governor's Thomas Edison Awards for Excellence in Stem Education and Student Research
In collaboration with STEM Accelerated Coding, Mr. Jonathan Priest's junior high students were able to collect information from the National Weather Service's Sarah Jamison! Mrs. Beth Szijarto assisted students with constructing layers using ArcGIS, that were based on digital elevation models of the Cuyahoga River. The geospatial prototype helps predict damage according to flood levels! Junior high students have been working on the NOAA grant this year to provide a GIS solution for the National Weather Service!Great job students!#ACSNOAAGrant #GISNationalWeatherServicePrototype
STEM Accelerated Coding, an Ashland Christian School partner, has provided an opportunity for students to learn GIS. This is the initial ground truthing assessment where ACS students collected data within the field, by using a geospatial app that they created. Additional ground truthing fieldwork and app development will take place this year with Ashland Christian students, to determine land use change and agricultural sustainability in Ashland County!