8th graders had a meaningful experience at the Cobb Civic Center at Future Fest. They touched parts of a human body, simulated flight, operated a huge robot, played banana piano, made carpet, learned about first response, visited virtual world, learned about check and savings account, manipulated the nano world, interviewed constructors and manufacturers about their job and how to get to where they are and many more. Go Cobb CTAE.
Present your bridge and proposal to Saveville County Government
Complete your spinner and turn in by Wednesday 2.15.17
Global Issue: Water, Energy, Food and Trash
6th grade: Research engineering pathways
7th grade: Inventors and inventions
- Digital citizens presentation,
- Technological systems timeline
http://www.projectparadigm.org/public-voting/about: STUDENT SERVICE CONTEST
We believe in the power of student service and we want to help you make a difference in the world. Tell us about your idea and you could win cash to support your project. We welcome submissions about projects by groups and individual students.
CREATE. Submit a photo, video, or anything else that captures your student service in action or an idea for student service.
SHARE. Upload your entry (or entries) to tell the world about your student service. Ask friends, family, and everyone else you know to vote for your entry. The entry and voting deadline is May 1, 2017.
TWO WAYS TO WIN! The 10 entries with the most public votes will win cash prizes of up to $500 AND we will select our favorite student service projects and award cash that can support or expand those projects!
WHAT IS THE PARADIGM CHALLENGE?
The Paradigm Challenge is an annual competition that inspires youth to use STEM skills plus kindness, creativity, and collaboration to make a difference. The 2016-17 Challenge aims to generate new ideas to reduce waste in homes, schools, communities, and around the world.
WHO CAN JOIN THE CHALLENGE?
Youth aged 4 to 18 (as of May 1, 2017) compete in three age divisions: Ages 4 to 8 ● Ages 9 to 13 ● Ages 14 to 18
WHAT TYPES OF ENTRIES ARE ACCEPTED?
We welcome all ideas, including posters, videos, inventions, public messages, community events, websites, mobile apps, or anything else that will help reduce waste.
HOW WILL WINNERS BE SELECTED?
A blue-ribbon panel of judges will evaluate entries based on effectiveness, feasibility, originality, presentation, and collaboration. In addition to the prize money, Project Paradigm intends to provide further support to help turn winning ideas into real-world solutions.
6th, 7th and 8th (1 1/2 weeks)
- Engineering and Technology lab safety video, contract and quiz.
- Digital Literacy and Responsibility-EVERFI (Ignition)
As a digital citizen avoid oversharing
Happy and Safe Holiday
- Design, build and advertise final submission
- Effect of invention and innovation final submission
- Global issue final submission
6th to 8th learning from EPA Environmental Engineer Mr. Ben Franco and his son Ben (a former FMS student, robotics pioneer and now a Mech. Engineering student at Georgia Southern)
- Get some ideas of simple product
- DIY robots: https://diyprojects.com/how-to-make-a-robot/
How can you connect effects of invention and innovation to human population? Can you create a 60 seconds video about it? Then, submit it to the “World of 7 billion”
- Finalize and turn in Global issue products (videos, digital books, models)