Programs & Topics
The following programs and topics that Steckelberg Consulting, LLC specializes in can be customized for your organizational or educational needs. Our programs are customized, interactive, high quality and engaging!
Contact Marie to discuss if you have a specific area that you are interested in.
Engineering is Elementary
*Certified Teacher Educator
A rigorously classroom tested and researched based curriculum that integrates engineering with elementary science topics. Connections with literacy, social studies, and mathematics also.
WeeEngineer & EiE for Kindergarten
The mission of Wee Engineer is to provide fun, appropriate activities for the preschool setting that allow children ages 3-5 to act as engineers and engage in an engineering design process. This program has over 6000 hours of development and tested in over 50 preschool settings across the country.
EiE Out of School Time: Engineering Adventures®
Engineering Adventures (EA) creates exciting out-of-school-time activities and experiences that allow all 3rd–5th grade learners to act as engineers and engage in the Engineering Design Process.
EiE Out of School Time: Engineering Everywhere®
Engineering Everywhere (EE) creates exciting out-of-school-time activities and experiences that allow all 6-8th grade learners to act as engineers and engage in the Engineering Design Process. The goal is to positively impact children’s attitudes about their ability to engineer.
The “E” in STEM: Engineering Design Process
A program to learn about the engineering design process and to explore engineering challenges that allow students to apply science and math knowledge in meaningful ways.
Fuse science, technology and art to understand the story of our celestrial neighbors! This workshop is great for art teachers, K-8 classroom teachers, science and geography teachers and informal educators.
STEM to STEAM
Educate the whole child by breaking down the barriers between art and science, technology, engineering and math.
Understanding the SD Science Standards
Actively engage in discussions and activities that reflect A Framework for K-12 Science Education and the Next Generation Science Standards. Explore how to integrate these standards into their district, school and/or classroom.
Educators are designers. They are designers of curriculum, units, lessons and assessments. In the design process, educators must think purposefully about the learning targets of what students need to understand from a “big idea” perspective.
The GLOBE Program
Program to guide teacher training and related professional development activities in taking GLOBE environmental measurements, reporting data to the GLOBE database, and using GLOBE Mapping and Graphing utilities to visualize data.
Science and Literacy
Student language skills are developed as they record data and express their ideas through words, graphics, arguments, and presentations.
Student Centered Education
Collaboration, project-based learning, technology integration, and plenty of conversation between students and teachers about learning are primary tenets of the student centered classroom.
If you are a non-profit organization or an individual looking to improve grant writing skills, this workshop provides the opportunity to develop an understanding of the components of a successful grant proposal.
Moving beyond the usual and typical team building activities, experience team building that produces positive results and promotes cooperation and communication.