This wearable, mobile (EEG) can detect electrical activity in a persons brain by attaching it to the scalp. This product is designed for the use of student research, machine learning, human behavior and market investigative projects. It can be used to better understand the parts of the brain by creating and monitoring data points in […]
Dual Extruder 3D Printer
Goal was to increase the number of accessible 3D printers to our students and staff. This one will be utilized for a wide variety of STEM applications including Environmental Sustainability, IED, Biomedical Engineering, Biology and extracurriculars such as STEM Club and Waksman Scholars Club. This will help to enhance students overall creativity, collaboration and communication […]
The Vex Go kit materials help to support STEM curriculum at the elementary school level and will be used to design structures for prototyping engineering solutions. This will ultimately increase student engagement and involvement in robot design, building and programming.
Beyond Robotics, Micro-Computers in STEM
This continuation of a hands-on activity supports Computer Science and Engineering curriculum The Micro:bits are small computers to which students can add sensors to input information and output devices such as lights, buzzers, etc. This allows the students to create these computer systems and them write programs to operate them.
Computational Literacy- The Next Step!
Enhancement to the coding curriculum will add the Root Robot. This will allow students to code in other ways, which allows them to feel comfortable and progress at a higher level.