MPTV Community Cinema: Blueprint for Tomorrow's Education
Thursday, February 4, 2010 / 6:30 pm
This half-hour MPTV documentary takes a look at how schools, businesses and communities are partnering to prepare students for the 21st. century workplace. Innovative science, technology, engineering and mathematics programs throughout Wisconsin are explored: Bay View High School's construction, architecture, and technology (BAT Academy); Burlington High School's BHS Chemicals Company; the Fluid Power Challenge, a fluid power technology skills competition for 8th. grade students; and the "green" garage partnership between Bradley Tech HS, Lowe's Foundation, the Helen Bader Foundation and Growing Power, an organization that grows food that grows community.
Lauren Baker, Coordinator, Career and Technical Education for MPS.
Willie Sinclair, Bradley Tech High School Instructor.
Dr. Barbara Kopack-Hill, Burlington High School Principal.
Broadcast date for BLUEPRINT FOR TOMORROW'S EDUCATION: Feb. 10 at 7 p.m. on MPTV 10.1. See resources links below.
Parking in the underground structure is $1.00 for cinema attendees.
For more information on this film screening, contact Darlyne Haertlein, Supervisor: Outreach Services at 414-297-7518.
The STEM education portal of the Educational Communications Board.
Wisconsin's Source for all thing STEM (Science, Technology Engineering and Math)
Project Lead the Way, Igniting Imagination and Innovation Through Learning
National Fluid Power Association
organizers of the Fluid Power Challenge
BAT Academy, Bay View High School
Bay View Compass article about BAT house construction project
featured on documentary.
Burlington High School (BHS) web site.
Bradley Tech High School web site.
Bay View Compass article about construction of the green garage.
Home page for Growing Power, partners in green garage project.
WUWM story about green garage project.