Honeywell And NASA Put STEM Education In 'Motion' For Washington Middle Schools

Honeywell And NASA Put STEM Education In 'Motion' For Washington Middle Schools

Honeywell (IW500/34) and NASA are proud to support their science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) education program with the award-winning, hip-hop educational experience FMA Live! Forces in Motion. The program made its return to the West Coast this month with plans to visit six states and perform at 40 public, private and military-connected middle schools.

FMA Live! Forces in Motion is making a stop in Washington for the next two weeks with twelve performances in North Bend (Twin Falls Middle School), Bothell (Canyon Park Junior High School), Granite Falls (Granite Falls Middle School), Bremerton (West Hills STEM Academy), Kingston (Kingston Middle School) and Poulsbo (Poulsbo Middle School).

Created by Honeywell and NASA in 2004, FMA Live! is an award-winning, 45-minute, live, hip-hop science education program targeted at the middle school level.

The popular show incorporates hip-hop music and dancers with student volunteers and on-stage, interactive science experiments to demonstrate how physics plays a role in everyday life. Since the program's creation in 2004, the FMA Live! cast has performed before 455,000 students in more than 1,150 schools from all 48 contiguous U.S. states, as well as in Mexico and Canada.

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This article was originally published by PR Newswire.

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