Edgerton K–12 Program

The Edgerton Center’s hands-on science and engineering challenges educate and inspire kindergarten through 12th-grade students, aiming to increase their curiosity and desire to pursue these fields in their future.

  • Surgery on the LED matrix

    Engineering Design Workshop applications are now open!

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  • Students direct a laser beam through a wooden maze using mirrors

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  • Students in our three-hour classes learn by doing

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  • Using LEGO© to understand how photosynthesis works

    This lesson allows students to concretely experience the photosynthesis reaction by building models of the reactants and products with LEGO bricks.

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Posing in their traditional dress after the DNA dance

Malak Nomaan, a student at the Bayan Gardens School in Alkhobar, Saudi Arabia, never imagined... Read more

Students receive instruction from Fitzgerald and Pisini

Joyful voices echo down the halls of the fourth floor of MIT’s Building 4. Raicheal and Cori,... Read more

Introduction to Design Thinking for Educators: a three-day workshop offered by the Edgerton Center and the Meadobrook School of Weston. Find out more...

 

SeaGlide Workshop for 9th - 12th grade students: August 1-5.
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