MST Program

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Math, Science and Technology Program addresses the need of preparing students to meet the 21st century technology  demands of post-secondary education and employment in Northwest Louisiana by   improving access to and knowledge of technology to students and enhancing professional development of teachers and students in both discovery-based, student-centered instruction and technology proficiency.  The Mathematics, Science & Technology Program (MST) incorporates cutting edge technologies to be used across curriculum areas.  The program’s focus is rich in Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Mathematics (STEAM) integration.  Teachers of all disciplines learn to incorporate technology which engages students as active learners and as collaborative, problem-solvers.  To date, over 10,000 students and 250 teachers in grades K-12 have participated in MST program initiatives. 

 

During the 2015-2016 school year, the MST Program has developed “new” partnerships with LSU-Shreveport, Northwestern State University – Natchitoches, Norton Art Gallery, and the Digital Media Institute to develop meaningful professional development, trainings, and competitions for both teachers and students.   The MST program is currently looking to expand partnerships within the community which support its goals and objectives.

 

Participating MST Schools:

 

Southwood High School – Biotechnology Magnet Program, Environmental & Spatial Technology Program (EAST), and FIRST Robotics Program

Woodlawn Leadership Academy

Ridgewood Middle School

Keithville Elementary/Middle School

Donnie Bickham Middle School

Lakeshore Middle School

Caddo Middle Magnet

Forest Hill Elementary

 

MST Community Partners:

 

The Biomedical Research Foundation of Northwest Louisiana

Cyber Innovation Center

Sci-Port Discovery Center

Louisiana State University – Shreveport

Northwestern State University – Natchitoches

Rotary Club of Southwest Shreveport

Digital Media Institute

Norton Art Gallery

Capital One Bank

Bossier Arts Council

North Louisiana Economic Partnerships

 

 

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9000 Walker Road, Shreveport, Louisiana 71118

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