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Curious about sharks and engineering? Learn what it takes to be an engineer in this class as we learn about sharks to solve a problem! We will learn how to think like an engineer as we solve a problem presented in a storybook. The class will include a read aloud of a STEM related storybook, followed by a STEM challenge. During the STEM challenge, learners will learn how to use the steps of the engineering design process (EDP) to create a solution to a problem. Class Overview: -Welcome and...
Students will learn how to think like an engineer by: -exploring the science behind how sharks swim -using the steps of the engineering design process to build a boat
-Paper (any kind) -Pencil or something to write with -2 ziploc bags or 2 balloons, or 2 empty water bottles (fill halfway one with water, and one with cooking oil) -Large bowl of water -Scissors -Tape or glue (preferably tape) -Cardboard (can be an empty cereal box, empty paper towel roll or 2-3 pieces off a cardboard box) A maker box with other building supplies you may want to have on hand (optional, whatever you can find will work!): -Empty Toilet paper or Paper towel tubes -tinfoil -Recyclables like small plastic containers -bottle caps -Craft supplies like rubber bands, craft sticks, string, etc. (anything to be used to fasten parts together!)
Learners will be assessed informally
1 hour per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
The use of scissors may be needed.
Elementary STEM Teacher, Former HS Biology Teacher
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
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1 completed class
Hello Learners, My name is Ms. Amy, and I have been a public school teacher for 6 years. I started off as a High School Biology Teacher, and now teach Elementary STEM. I hold a teaching certificate in Biological Sciences and Elementary Education...