• Course Description:

     
    In this Science, Technology, Engineering, Math (STEM)-based course, students develop an understanding of the progression and scope of technology through exploratory experiences. Students participate in group and individual design activities to understand how criteria, constraints, and processes affect designs. Brainstorming, visualizing, modeling, constructing, testing, and refining designs provide firsthand opportunities for students to understand the uses and societal impacts of the seven areas of technology. Students develop skills in communicating design information and reporting results.



    Possible Course Units:

    • Engineering and Design
    • Communication
    • Construction
    • Manufacturing
    • Energy and Power
    • Agriculture
    • Medical
    • Transportation

     

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