STEM Enrichment Activities
For Rising 5th - 9th Grade Students
Initially developed for i2 Camp, the Center has developed more than a dozen STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) curriculum modules that can be adapted to the classroom environment and beyond.
Lesson modules are accompanied by teacher guides, learning objectives, lesson plans, assessments, and resource guides. Bills of Material assume a maximum of 20 students per class and ~25-30 hours of contact time. Each session – materials and supplies – can be held for under $2,000, some for much less.
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Guidelines for Use and Distribution of MIT Edgerton Center STEM Curriculum Materials
> The MIT Edgerton Center STEM K-12 Modules were created with financial support from i2Camp.org and are licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.
>You are free to copy and distribute our materials to teachers and students, provided that you acknowledge the source and retain any copyright statements on the materials
>Help others to find us by citing the MIT Edgerton Center website where much of the curriculum materials are available for download.
>These materials can be adapted by individual teachers for their classroom, but the alterations to the MIT Edgerton Center materials cannot be redistributed beyond your school or host organization.
>Use of the MIT name: In your advertising materials, you may say that your program uses curriculum developed by the MIT Edgerton Center, and where appropriate, provide a link to our home page You may not describe your program as a partnership or collaboration with MIT or the MIT Edgerton Center. You may not use the Institute's name in ways that suggest or imply MIT endorsement of your organization, program, or services.
Using state-of-the-art computer aided design (CAD) software, in this course you will design, build, and launch your own rockets.
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