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2012-2013 Course Descriptions

Why Teach Programming?

 

Why STEM at Lincoln School?

 Lincoln School STEM faculty bring experience, creativity and vision
to an integrated and interdisciplinary STEM program.

  • 100% of seniors take two or more elective STEM classes (2010-2011)
  • Integrated Physics and Algebra II classes
  • Award-winning Robotics program
  • Experienced STEM faculty include physicians, veterinarians, research physicists, computer scientists, bio-statisticians and mathematicians
  • 34% of graduates pursue STEM majors in college (2010) vs. the 5% national average for women in the United States
  • Relationships with Raytheon, Brown & Sharpe and Ximedica
  • A focus on problem-solving and engineering principles

Grade 8 Science


Grade 8 Students engaged in engineering
design workshops at Raytheon.

We are looking at education in exciting new ways in the fields of science, technology, engineering, and math.

 
AP Biology

More and more these STEM disciplines—traditionally taught in schools as separate fields of study, but rarely separate in the real world—are being taught in an integrated, interdisciplinary way that more closely resembles their interaction in universities, research labs, and the business world.

Each year upper school students design and build a robot for the
FIRST Tech Challenge

Lincoln is committed to underscoring the integration and interdisciplinary nature of these fields.  This integration fosters the qualities that are necessary for all students in the 21st century:

  • the ability to be problem-solvers, innovators, inventors,
  • to work collaboratively and with creativity,
  • to think logically,
  • to communicate in compelling ways,
  • to have a sense of responsibility to the world.
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