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Water Tower Challenge

Students explore how engineers have solved societal problems such as water delivery and storage.

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Critical Load

Students learn about how to test structures for maximum load by designing prototypes of buildings out of cards.

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Ship the Chip

Students develop a plan, select materials, manufacture a package, test it, and evaluate their results.

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Water Rocket Launch

Students explore how engineers have developed rockets over the years, and learn about the principals of rocketry.

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Engineer a Dam

Students explore the multiple uses of dams and how they solve problems.

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Binary Basics

The lesson begins by asking how a Stone Age man managed to go home to his cave and tell his family he had caught 11 fish when he only has 10 fingers?

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AGE LEVELS:

9 - 12

CATEGORIES:

Computing, Mathematical Applications, Technology

A Century of Plastics

Students learn about how the development of plastics have impacted our world.

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AGE LEVELS:

8 - 18

CATEGORIES:

Engineering Design, Properties of Materials

Trebuchet Toss

In this lesson, students work in teams of "engineers" to design and build their own trebuchet out of everyday items. They test their trebuchet, evaluate their results, and present to the class.

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Arduino Blink Challenge

Students explore how engineers have solved societal problems such as applying computing to turn lights on and off.

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Can You Copperplate?

Students work in teams to develop a chemical system to add a layer of copper to another metal product.

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