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Stem Engineering Class
In this one time class Students will design an alarm circuit. We will learn about the engineering design process. Lessons and activities will be hands-on and interactive. All supply kits are INCLUDED in the price and will be mailed to you.
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Engineering Field: Electrical Engineering Setting: Australia We will read a story entitled: A reminder for Emily. Inspired by her neighbor, Pete, a retired electrical engineer, Emily realizes she could make sure she does her chores on time by creating an alarm to remind her. With Pete’s help, can Emily engineer an alarm to prove to her family that she takes her chores seriously? Readers are invited to design an alarm circuit. With some creativity and knowledge of the engineering design...
This kits with all the materials will be mailed to you. Its included in the price. Once class is purchased you will receive a Google form to fill out mailing information. All information will be immediately deleted. Value of the kit ($30) Items include: Alligator clips Tape Cardboard D-cell battery Film canister Battery holder Popcorn kernels Rock or large marble Small paper cup Metal tack or glue Holiday light or bulb and bulb holder Possible conductors, such as paper clips, aluminum foil, coins, thimbles, etc.
1 hour per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Please be advised that we are building a live circuit. Please be sure that their so so water or any fluids around while conducting the circuit.
9 total reviews
22 completed classes
Hello I am a certified English Teacher. I have my BA in Early Childhood Education. I have over 20 years teaching experience .I taught in the public school system, homeschool and online ESL.I love to teach science and stem activities. I believe...