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Filtration Investigation

Students learn how filtrations systems are of many sorts for many purposes.

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8 - 18

CATEGORIES:

Engineering Design, Environments and Resources

Using Ohm’s Law to Build a Voltage Divider

Students explore Ohm's Law using a nine-volt battery.

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Failure: Seeds of Innovation

Students explore how engineers created materials, products, and processes after facing a failure or mistake.

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8 - 18

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Engineering Design

Conveyor Engineering

Students explore how engineers have solved societal problems to move goods, materials, and people using conveyor systems.

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Keep it Cool

Students explore how engineers develop systems to keep liquids cool and learn about heat transfer, insulation, and vacuums.

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Cracking the Code

Students learn about how computer coding systems have impacted everyday life.

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AGE LEVELS:

8 - 18

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Engineering Design, Mathematical Applications, Technology

Tinkering with Tops

Students work in teams to design and build their own spinning top out of everyday materials. Their top must be able to spin for at least 10 seconds within an area 30 cm in diameter.

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Electric Switches

The Electric Switches activity encourages students to design a simple switch into an electric circuit.

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AGE LEVELS:

8 - 11

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Electricity and Magnetism, Energy, Technology

Shake it up with Seismographs!

Students learn how seismographs record and can help predict earthquakes and other earth movements. They explore the impact of how technology can positively impact the world.

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AGE LEVELS:

8 - 18

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Engineering Design, Motion and Forces, Technology

Pendulum Time

Students explore how the pendulum clock has proved to be a very accurate way of measuring time over the centuries. Students work in teams to build their own pendulum clock out of everyday items.

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