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    Students are using OIAM to learn how to predict, collect, and analyze data one dollar at a time.

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    ECM is receiving donations from all over the country. Let’s see if we can get all 50 states!

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    Be part of our social experiment where we ask a million people for a dollar!  Join the movement and help ECM raise a million dollars one dollar at a time.

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Summer STEAM Institute is offered for six weeks each summer to students in grades three through eight. This dynamic summer camp gives parents comfort in knowing their children will be having so much fun they won’t even know they are learning.

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ECM’s arts integrated programs are in 16 elementary and middle schools this year. Our approach to ECM experiences is unique in that teachers collaborate with ECM roster partners and coaches prior to the residency experience in order to create custom designed integrated lessons.

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Also known as Artists, STEM professionals, and cultural organizations. Applications are accepted in January and July of each year. ECM provides partners with professional development, liability insurance, and curriculum support throughout the school year.

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STEM Fest 2015

ECM was excited to be one of 50 exhibitors this Saturday at the 2nd annual STEM Festival in Brittlebank Park last Saturday! The STEM Festival, a celebration of science, technology, math, engineering and creative learning, brought out over 7,000 people to participate in fun, hands on learning experiences. In collaboration with the Charleston Museum, Megen Mims, and Kathleen Fox, ECM provided three activities throughout the day. First kids learned about rice cultivation and Gullah culture with Jessica Runyon from the Charleston Museum and got the chance to use a wooden mortar to crack the rice and fan the rice using the traditional […]

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