On this episode Alex and Mike talk about the big expansion plans underway at the Electric Auto Shop adding more STEM pathways. See our latest curricula at EFCC 2016 in Sacramento, California, March 6-8, 2016.
Electric Auto Shop is now a part of SmarterSTEM, providing multiple pathways for STEM education. Today’s STEM classrooms use new technologies to inspire students and while we will continue bringing electric vehicles and alternative fuels to our students via Electric Auto Shop, we will bring new ideas like our 3D Curricula Pathway, which uses 3D printing and design to unlock a multitude of new projects for students, from electric vehicles, to drones, to medical prostheses.
You’ll be able to see some of these new courses at EFCC 2016 – the annual Educating for Careers Conference, March 6-8 at the Sacramento Convention Center, including the 3D-EV and our new Solar Thermal Technology Lab.
Solar Heat Technology is a STEM project-based course designed to educate students about solar heating and cooking technology. Students assemble the Solar Cooking Lab kit included with the course. A step-by-step assembly guide with video instruction is included with the course curriculum. Learn More
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