Some might think learning about the periodic table could be mundane, but not in Ms. Bryant’s chemistry class at MMA! The cadets ended their unit with a final project in which they painted ceiling tiles that will be inserted back into their room.
Each tile was an element of the periodic table and included the name, the symbol, its atomic number and mass. They also included drawings of the element and some fun facts about it. For instance, the cadet with the element Americium included a radioactive symbol because it was first produced in a nuclear reactor.
This project is part of MMA’s STEM (science, technology, engineering, math) program, that focuses on collaborative hands-on learning, which leads to the ability to solve real-world problems. If you or your child have an interest in science, technology, engineering or math, they could greatly benefit from being part of our STEM school. Contact MMA today to learn about how our program can give your child a passion for these subjects and a step up into the industry they desire.