Wednesday 14 July 2010

 Engineering the Future

We are so excited to have this class offered in Scottsboro and would love for your children to participate.
Thanks,
Barbera Everett


Please help me get the word out on this exciting course to be taught during the 2010-2011 year by forwarding to all families with high-school children in your homeschool cover .

Contact Deni Adkins @ 256.508.2979 for more information.


Course Title: Engineering the Future

Description: A project-based learning experience exploring many facets and disciplines of engineering from market research to prototype design and build, energy–saving technology, manufacturing and quality control issues.

Four hands-on team projects will be completed.

Students will learn:
• How advances in technology affect human society, and how society determines which technologies will be developed
• The complimentary relationships between science, technology, and engineering
• How to use the engineering design process to solve all kinds of problems
• How to apply fundamental concepts about energy to a wide variety of problems

See http://www.keycurriculumpress.com/x20585.XML
For more information.

Instructor: Deni Adkins, P.E.
256.508.2979

Course Details: 32 weeks – 16 fall (August 13 –December 3)
16 spring (January 14 – April 29)
Fridays – 1 p.m. – 5 p.m.
1 credit in science
Grades 9-12
Prerequisites: Pre-Algebra
General Science

Location: The Rock Family Worship Center, Scottsboro
Fellowship Hall

Cost: $55 – Student text and notebooks (Key Curriculum Press)
$50 - Materials fee/semester (payable at semester registration)
$50 – Course fee/semester (payable at semester registration)

Registration Deadline: August 1, 2010 – Fall Semester
December 3, 2010 – Spring Semester


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