Our teams are exploring Mars, Antarctica and Cabo Verde Island of Santa Lucia. We are using these locations for our space science projects. The Occupy Mars Learning Adventures is about students building a prototype of a Mars colony here on Earth. Students have Mars rovers, humanoid, space habitats, and humonoid and mining robots. We are using geometry, laser cutters and 3D printers to build a special colony on Mars for our Jr. scientists, engineers, and student astronauts.
What is STEAM++ ? Our USA and international students are studying STEAM ++ (science, technology, engineering, visual and performing arts, mathematics, computer languages and foreign languages). We integrate CCSS (Common Core State Standards) and NGSS (Next Generation Science Standards) into our project based-learning. We invite you to visit Super School K-12 International University. This is our website for teachers, scientists and engineers that are working on our Occupy Mars Learning Adventure Projects. For more information contact: Bob Barboza at Suprschool@aol.com.
OZOBOT Robotics and STEAM++ Occupy Mars Learning Adventures Workshops
NASA Needs Our Help: We are building cities and robots for Mars.
NASA Needs Our Help:
This is the perfect STEM and STEAM++ workshop for teachers and students in grades K through 5, 6 through 8 and 9 through 12. We integrate standards into our project-based learning. We offer a very exciting program called "The Occupy Mars Learning Adventures." We are designing and working with project robots, building Martian cities and science and engineering centers for Mars, designing and building international space stations, and inventing to learn. We are designing and building real-world prototypes. Kids Talk Radio will host student audio and video podcasts of projects and science and engineering concept papers. We guide the teachers and students through projects. Our space mathematics programs are designed for all students. We want to get teachers and students excited about studying STEM, STEAM and STEAM++ (science, technology, engineering, visual and performing arts, mathematics, computer languages and foreign languages). We have designed additional programs to teach students to become Jr. scientists, engineers and astronauts. Our students are learning how to tell STEM stories and create audio and video podcasts for the Kids Talk Radio Science Show. Workshops are suitable for K-12 public education, charter schools and students that are being homeschooled. Programs are designed for all students lead by California teachers, scientists and engineers. * Program offerings and pricing is subject to change withour notice. You can find a new photo essay and more information by following this link.
What do we have to do to get kids excited about space science and other STEM topics?
Super School K-12 International University, Kids Talk Radio Science, The Occupy Mars Learning Adventures scientists, engineers and educators are working together with are partners at NASA, Apple and Microsoft to bring exciting STEM information right into your classroom. Bob Barboza will be at "Mission Control" in Long Beach, California.
Star Trek’s Nichelle Nichols and Traveling Space Museum’s Ivor Dawson will provide students with a unique view of the stars and galaxies. At 7 PM on September 15, 2015, Ms. Nichols, accompanied by Mr. Dawson, will be the first celebrity to board a special NASA 747 Jumbo Jet and travel to “the edge of space” to experience NASA’s Stratospheric Observatory for Infrared Astronomy (SOFIA).
Bob Barboza and Kids Talk Radio Science is Hosting A NASA SOFIA STEM STAR Party
Tuesday, September 15 6:30 p.m. in the Los Altos United Methodist Church Lounge
Astronomer Jerry Larsen and space science and robotic's educator Bob Barboza will co-host a live teleconversation with two unique astronauts riding NASA’s 747 jumbo jet to the edge of space. On board will be Star Trek’s Nichelle Nichols and Traveling Space Museum’s Ivor Dawson, peering through NASA’s stratospheric observatory for infrared astronomy (SOFIA). Once we connect with them, we will be able to see into areas of the cosmos where new stars are being born. Astronauts of all ages, as well as curious onlookers are encouraged to attend. For more information visit Bob Barboza websites: