Reading math teacher creates creativity in students through STEM

In the Boulder Creek elementary class, which was full of middle school students, Liam Bourget just sat and painted with gray, lego-shaped blocks.

A four-legged robot was relaxing in front of him. Bourget likes that passion when he creates something that would not exist without him, he said. The robot he builds will be remote controlled and mobile.

Bourget is the son of a third-grade student and an eighth-grade teacher at Boulder Creek Elementary. While she waits for her mother to finish her degree after school, she joins the STEM / Engineering Club on Wednesday, the only elementary student in the middle of the middle school.

Wayne Randolph, an eighth-grade math teacher and club advisor, said that although the club is for middle school students, he does not exclude students who are interested in STEM projects.

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