Join us for an afternoon of design-thinking and engineering for 6th-8th grade students.
Dive deep into invention with cutting edge tools at your disposal! While parents get all of the Bennett Day Middle & Upper School details at the Open House next door (register separately by clicking this link), students will get their hands “dirty” while experiencing what our progressive approach to STEAM (science, technology, engineering, arts, and mathematics) learning looks and feels like.
The STEAM Lab blends science, math, and arts content with engineering practices, design thinking, and learning tools for the 21st century. The afternoon will consist of two different “modules” exploring these connections:
- TESLab Maker Space & Engineering for the Body: Learn more about the design-thinking process and biomedical engineering while using all of the tools and resources in the Bennett Day School TESLab (Tinkering and Engineering Sciences Lab) to invent and prototype a solution to a proposed medical issue.
- Gaming with Microcontrollers: Design and prototype a game targeted toward a specific audience. Incorporate microcontrollers, servo motors, LEDs, and more to interact with gamers in ways they have never dreamed of before! The sky is the limit!
**Please note that ALL 6th-8th grade students are encouraged to register, regardless of whether parents are attending the concurrent information session! Many families have already attended a session or Open House and need not attend again.**
We will be taking pictures and videos to document student learning that we will send to you via email after the lab. We may use them for future promotion of this event, but no identifying images will be used publicly during this enrollment cycle. Please let us know if you have questions or concerns by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Click here to register: https://info.bennettday.org/steamlab2019