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Anton Kilburn

Anton Kilburn

Kilburn is willing to be contacted about any of these topics: Biology, Plant and Animal Biotechnology, Environmental Sustainability, Science and Technology of Foods. He’s interested in collaborating on any hands-on, …

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Summer outreach builds GrowNextGen community

GrowNextGen.org exists to equip Ohio’s science and agriscience teachers with tools and resources to connect agriculture and science in the classroom and to educate students about careers in sc…

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STEM Outreach—Students teaching students

STEM Outreach—Students teaching students

Rachel Sanders and her students at Global Impact STEM Academy have been conducting outreach events to get students, especially girls and minorities, interested in STEM education. In just two recent …

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Global Stem Academy Utilizes GrowNextGen Curriculum

Global Stem Academy Utilizes GrowNextGen Curriculum

What does the future of education look like? A glimpse at the learning going on at Global Impact STEM Academy (GISA) in Springfield, Ohio may be a good place to …

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Ag Biotech Academy participants combine sports (sort of!) and science

Ag Biotech Academy participants combine sports (sort of!) and science

The Ag Biotech Academy folks engaged in some fun and friendly competition. At dinner Monday night and again on Tuesday, they tried out creative soy hole games. These games were …

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Global Impact students share science with elementary school

Global Impact students share science with elementary school

Students from Global Impact Academy shared science fun with their community! At the Lagonda Elementary School’s Science Family Fun Night, they conducted labs from the following units on GNG: So…

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“A More Informed Teacher is a Better Teacher”

“A More Informed Teacher is a Better Teacher”

Anton Kilburn teaches science at Global Impact STEM Academy. He recently attended Commodity Classic 2017 as a GrowNextGen teacher leader. At the event, he hoped to meet business partners for future …