Coding & Tech
LEGO Engineering Pop-Up Workshop
Discover how to use the engineering design process to make incredible LEGO creations
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Completed by 2015 learners
learners per class
50 minute class
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Calling all AMBITIOUS LEGO creators! In this class, we will discover how using an engineering design process can push your LEGO building skills to the next level. This workshop is designed to help learners get started with using the ABCs of Design to tackle building goals that are fun, cool, and slightly intimidating. Every learner will have a chance to contribute their ideas about a LEGO project they think would be fun, cool, and hard to create. From there, we will discuss how to use...
In this workshop, students will learn how to: -- Discuss the engineering design process -- Reflect on how they use the engineering design process in their own building -- Describe how they built and designed a LEGO project -- Listen to other students sharing a design project -- Engage in iterative design to expand and extend a project
I'm a mechanical engineer and engineering educator who loves facilitating LEGO engineering challenges on Outschool.
The goal of this class is to get started on a complex LEGO build. Learners are encouraged to keep using the ABCs of Design as they continue to refine their project. Everyone is welcome to upload a picture or video celebrating their final design in the classroom.
1 file available upon enrollmentStudents will need to bring their LEGO bricks to get the most out of this workshop experience, and should have enough bricks to fill 1 gallon size storage bag. If your learner is just new to LEGO bricks. I recommend the Large Creative Brick Box (https://shop.lego.com/en-US/LEGO-Large-Creative-Brick-Box-10698).
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
50 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
This workshop is best suited for learners who can sustain their attention on one complex LEGO build for 40 minutes. If your student thrives in more rapid building challenges, I highly recommend either Engineering Design for Kids or the LEGO Engineering Challenge.
Engineer Extraordinaire and Facilitator of Ian Genuity's Engineering Adventures
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
2491 total reviews
2315 completed classes
Hello! I'm an engineer committed to giving students amazing experiences in math, science, and engineering. I believe that learning happens when kids ask questions and explore their interests. I look forward to helping your kids leverage their...