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BreakingNews 24/11/17 - Chi Stem Toys Holds Successful Inaugural Ceremony & Steam Workshop

BreakingNews 24/11/17 - Chi Stem Toys Holds Successful Inaugural Ceremony & Steam Workshop

[ Masterweb Reports ] - New York, November 24, 2017 - CHI STEM TOYS Inc., is a 501c3 non-profit organization, founded by Rev. Dr. Nkechi Agwu, Bishop Dr. Ebony Kirkland and Mr. Ngozichukwuka Agwu, geared towards teaching children and youth how to create their own toys from recycled materials and available resources, in the process learning concepts in Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Mathematics (STEAM) and facilitating entrepreneurship, leadership and communication skills. It held a STEAM workshop and its inaugural ceremony on Tuesday, November 21, 2017, from 5-7pm at New Covenant Christian School (NCCS), 1497 Needham Avenue, Bronx, NY 10469; attendance was huge with people from all walks of life gracing the occasion. http://www.24-7pressrelease.com/press-release/dr-nkechi-agwu-recognized-by-marquis-whos-who-for-excellence-in-mathematics-436650.php The other founders of CHI STEM TOYS Inc. - Bishop Dr. Ebony Kirkland is the President of Ebony Marketing Systems, President of Bronx Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, President of WASC and Chief Prelate of Church of the Living God. Mr. Ngozichukwuka Agwu is a freshman undergraduate communications major at University of Albany, State University of New York. http://amsterdamnews.com/news/2016/sep/22/stem-program-focuses-mathematical-storytelling/ The keynote presentation "Developing Hue Cryptography" was given by the 2017 CHI STEM TOYS inc. Honoree, Mr. Micheal Villalona. Mr. Villalona is a former discrete mathematics student and research intern of Dr. Agwu at BMCC, CUNY, who expanded upon the work done in this class to develop a Hue cipher.
 
 
CHI STEM TOYS Inc. is collaborating with World-wide Association of Small Churches (WASC), Black Women for Black Girls Giving Circle, Nigerian Women in Agricultural Research for Development (NiWARD), Pan-African Strategic and Policy Research Group (PANAFSTRAG), National Mathematics Center (NMC), Pa. J. U. Agwu International Conference & Media Center (PJUAICMC), Drammeh Center and New Covenant Christian School, to promote STEAM education world-wide. In partnership with WASC & PJUAICMC, it has adopted schools in Africa to engage children in toy development. It is partnering with NiWARD to develop mathematical stories of some prominent members of NiWARD, with PANAFSTRAG in STEAM teacher professional development in Nigeria, and with NMC & NCCS to develop a STEAM & entrepreneurship curriculum.
 
 
CHI STEM TOYS Inc. was birthed out of the educational research and curriculum development activities of Dr. Agwu, a Carnegie Fellow and Ethno-mathematician, a Professor of Mathematics and former Director of the Center for Excellence in Teaching, Learning and Scholarship at the Borough of Manhattan Community College (BMCC), City University of New York (CUNY) and the author of "God's Own: The Genesis of Mathematical Story-telling" ISBN 9781522854838. For more information about the renowned educational activities of Dr. Agwu and CHI STEM TOYS Inc., please review the 04/05/17 Marquis Who's Who press release at:
 
 
The STEAM workshop kicked off from 5-6pm with the meet and greet session and the inaugural ceremony from 6-7pm. At the STEAM workshop, Dr. Agwu demonstrated with a few students and teachers of New Covenant Christian School an activity of CHI STEM TOYS Inc. in toy creation given in her book, "God's Own: The Genesis of Mathematical Story-telling" and some of the associated STEAM concepts. This particular mathematical story-telling activity has been demonstrated in various k-16 educational settings, informal enrichment programs, and teacher/parent professional development programs, nationally and internationally. It was front page news in the September 22, 2016, Amsterdam News, which can be reviewed at:
 
 
CHI STEM TOYS Inc. is unique in its innovative and creative approach to teaching children and youth to learn STEM concepts from a business entrepreneurship toy building model that ties into their cultural heritage, recycling of waste materials, and that uses mathematical story-telling to make visible the work and lives of rural and/or successful women in STEM, expanding upon the Carnegie Project of Dr. Agwu, "Culture and Women's Stories: A Framework for Capacity Building in STEM Related Fields." We extend our gratitude to all that attended our STEAM workshop and inaugural ceremony. Thank you.
 
 
 

 
 
 
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