AFFOA and Greater Lawrence Technical School Launch Pilot Advanced Fabric Curricula Development Program
Piloting a new program at the technical high school level with AFFOA and GLTS and STEAM Studio Ed. Foundation.
Aiming deep with the Marine Robotics Team
Jacqueline Sly ’14 and Tommy Moriarty ’14 discuss their experiences and lessons learned leading the Marine Robotics Team.
Alumni continue 'Doc' Edgerton's mission
Saturday workshops at the Edgerton Center inspire alumni to create their own favorite memories
Befriending the infamous Wall of Iteration in Engineering Design Workshop
This past July, twenty-one local high school students took part in the Edgerton Center’s 10th Engineering Design Workshop, an open-ended, month-long endeavor. These students were tasked to build something, establish and fulfill a mission statement, adhere to a budget and, they hoped, remain un-zip-tied to the infamous Wall of Iteration.
Chinese students set sights on an MIT future
Middle and high school students from Beijing participate in hands-on engineering at the Edgerton Center.
Cranbrook Schools announces educational collaboration with the Edgerton Center
Cranbrook Schools announces new educational collaboration with the Edgerton Center in a collaboration that emphasizes Design Thinking and project-based learning across the spectrum of the curriculum. The collaboration has potential to change the way curriculum is developed nationally for K-12 students.
Defusing bombs by color
Professor J. Kim Vandiver uses 3-D printing to help in explosives disposal in Cambodia. Vandiver is part of the collaborative effort to improve the training of people who work with unexploded mines and other remnants of conflict in Cambodia and around the world.
Early inspiration fuels mastery of key engineering concepts
The Edgerton Center is now accepting infants at three months of age – born on or after January 1, 2015 – into their three-hour long engineering workshops offered during the academic year.
Edgerton Center holds workshops on creating, maintaining, and enjoying successful makerspaces
K-12 educators from New England and as far away as Michigan learned the value of makerspaces first hand: by rolling up their sleeves, donning safety glasses, and learning how to use the tools and technologies of a makerspace.
Engineering Design Workshop Final Presentations
After a month hard at work, high-school students in Engineering Design Workshop will unveil projects that blend engineering, art, and science. Come see for yourself! All are invited to watch these students demonstrate their final presentations on Friday, July 31st in Room 4-370 from 9:30 am to 11:00 am.