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october, 2020

28oct7:30 pm9:00 pmWestern "WeMadeIt" in the classroom7:30 pm - 9:00 pm

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Event Details

Bring engineering into your classroom with 12 free, hands-on lessons and activities with direct connections to the science curriculum! In this hands-on workshop for teachers from grade 6-8, we will explore the engineering design process and how to bring engineering to life in-person or virtually.

MATERIALS:                These are suggested materials to complete the design challenge activity: cardboard, straws, skewers, dominoes, paper clips, popsicle sticks, marble/bead/small ball, tape, scissors glue, and any other household materials. The activity is a design challenge so they can use anything they choose.

FACILITATOR:            Miranda Carlson-Strain is the Diversity, Inclusion & Community Program Coordinator for Western Engineering Outreach. She has been with Outreach since June 2019. In her role, she works to deliver STEM workshops to classes and community partners, with a focus on underrepresented individuals in STEM. She also develops and delivers teacher professional development for practicing and pre-service teachers.

 

Time

(Wednesday) 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm

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