$90.00 – $120.00
Can anyone move a compass with their mind? Have you seen tractor beams being used in movies? Maybe in ‘Star Trek’, or in ‘Star Wars’ when the ‘Death Star’ captures the ‘Millennium Falcon’?
Sometimes what looks like magic is actually science! Let’s look at magic and movie tricks for inspiration and find out how it’s done. Explore how things are done to make movies look realistic and investigate whether some of the themes or technology from the movies could be possible in real life. There are so many competitions and challenges open to help you showcase what you have learned. You will gain the confidence and skills of how to get ready for these and how to choose which ones to get involved with.
Learn from a reviewed and revised K-12 curriculum and pedagogy to ensure research on how students learn and implement cross curricular integration. The latter utilizes utilizing the Engineering Design Process that has already measurably shown program simplification and streamlining that has enhanced learning to this group (K-12).
Mistakes are utilized as a learning opportunity and creativity and curiosity growth.
In synergy with academic experts (teachers) we ensure that periodic academic assessments of educational outcomes for all programs take place.
1. Build models (devices) to duplicate existing Technology. (6-9 years old)
2. Make improvements to models or demonstrate new applications for existing technological systems or equipment and justify them. (9-12 years old)
Sundays Jan 3rd- Feb 28th 10:30am – 12:00pm (8 Sessions), Sundays Jan 3rd- Feb 28th 12:15pm – 1:45pm (8 Sessions), Sundays Jan 3rd- Feb 28th 2pm – 3.30pm (8 Sessions), Wednesdays Jan 6th – Mar 10th 3:45pm – 5:15pm (10 Sessions), Thursdays Jan 7th – Mar 11th 3:45pm – 5:15pm (7 Sessions)
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