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Integrating STEM Using Project-Based Resources

Limited to 30 participants
Presented by Gearbox Labs, Inc.

GEARBOX

The KAS for Science requires engineering design in service of the science content. Learn how to effectively integrate project based resources to provide insightful and meaningful science learning in your classroom.

Curriculum designed to be used in science labs in biology, chemistry, physics, earth, and physical science classes to integrate the TE&M of STEM into science

Piloted for 4 school years in Monterrey Mexico, The Arduino® Classroom: STEAM Edition, Volume 1 is the inaugural curriculum from Gearbox Labs, Inc. Over 1000 grades 7 through 9 students piloted, built, and modified these projects over four years. The authors took all of the feedback from this pilot and wrote this groundbreaking curriculum. Written with easy to use step-by-step instructions and full-color photos and technical diagrams of each project, students and their teachers will find these projects, challenging, engaging, and built to support creativity while teaching engineering design, C/C++ coding, and digital prototyping. All of the code is included to build the 25 projects and ideas for 110 more projects.

Workshop Details

  • Presented by Isabel Mendiola and Peter Haydock, authors of The ARDUINO(R) Classroom: STEAM Edition
  • Four projects (Projects 2, 4, 6, and 16 from the curriculum)
  • Curriculum and Kit Included (indicate choice of kit on registration)
  • Training materials provided (except laptops)

Who should attend: Grades 5-12: Science Teachers, Science Coaches, STEM Education specialists (STEM Lab Teachers), Career and Technical Education Teachers, Makerspace Coordinators, Engineering Educators, Coding or Programming Educators, Afterschool Program Coordinators, Summer Science Camp Coordinators, Computer Science Teachers

Cost: $125 registration fee + choice of training kit

Date & Location: 
November 18, 2020
PIMSER Training Room - Perkins Building, EKU Campus

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