Thanks to a grant from GirlsRISE.net and the California Academy of Sciences, eighth graders from Katherine Delmar Burke School participated in a day-long design/build engineering challenge at the Academy of Sciences. The activities for the girls focused on structural engineering and architectural design for earthquake safety.
First Grade Engineers at Oak Hill Academy!
Hi! My name is Susan Cahalane and I teach hands-on science to students in grades PK – 4 at Oak Hill Academy in Lincroft, NJ. I believe children are natural scientists and it is my job as their instructor to nurture and develop their innate curiosity. I created an engineering lesson plan entitled Gnome Engineers, […]
Oak Hill Academy
Stoneleigh-Burnham School Students Design City of the Future
Stoneleigh-Burnham School students are participating in the Future City Competition, a national, project-based learning experience where middle school students imagine, design, and build cities of the future. The theme is “Tomorrow’s Transit: Design A Way To Move People In And Around Your City.” Students team up to design a virtual city using SimCity™ software and […]
Cardigan’s Charles C. Gates Invention & Innovation Competition
The Gates program at Cardigan began seven years ago, thanks to the inspiration of past parent, Diane Wallach P’06, whose late father, Charlie Gates, was himself an inventor and innovator. With the support of the Gates Frontier Fund, the Charles C. Gates Invention & Innovation Competition program was able to get off the ground in […]
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