Get Real Math / Science! VIDEO PREMIERE
The NEW Manufacturing Alliance 8th annual Get Real Math & Science Premiere took place on October 4th at the Meyer Theatre.
This free event gives the opportunity to see the new Get Real Math and Get Real Science videos for the first time, plus teachers have the opportunity to win $500 for their school’s math, science, and Tech. Ed. departments!
The Alliance’s Get Real Math & Science videos showcase how these core subjects are used in the real world. In addition, it provides schools a tool to use in academic and career planning (ACP). The videos were created when an educator asked the Alliance five years ago how she could answer the question asked by many of her students: “When am I ever going to use this in the real world?”
All of the videos are available at no cost, including the lesson plans that were written by educators. To view all the Get Real Math – Science! videos click HERE.
The October 4th event included:
- A cocktail networking reception was held in the new Backstage at the Meyer Theatre
- Pete Petoniak with WLUK emceed for the evening.
- Attendees view 5 of the new videos.
The entire event, along with entry into the drawings is free each year! You are encouraged to invite your colleagues, spouses, etc. to the next premiere this October.
Special thanks to event sponsors: First Business Bank, KI, Paper Converting Machine Company, Miller Electric, and WTEA.
To join the Alliance’s Math Council or STEM task forces, contact Ann Franz at 920-498-5587.
2022 Get Real Math and Science! Video Premiere
Thank you to all the attendees, sponsors and volunteers of the 2022 GRM Premiere held at The Meyer Theatre in Green Bay! It was a great evening, emceed by Pete Petoniak. The latest math and science videos were produced and debuted by:
- Alliance Laundry Systems
- Georgia Pacific
- McCain Foods
- Sargento Foods
The videos and lesson plans provide schools a tool to use for academic and career planning (ACP). The videos and lesson plans (written by math teachers) are available at no cost on the NEWMA website.
2022 Get Real Math and Science! Premiere Winners:
Ashwaubenon High School – $500 for their Math department
Cedarburg High School – won the Miller Electric Fusion 160 welding machine
Chilton High School – won $500 for their Science department
Clintonville High School – won $500 for their Science department
Parkview Middle School – won $500 for their Science department
EMT International – won 2 videos to be produced in 2023