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  • 2016 CAAT Summer Enrichment Camp 4 customer reviews
    The purpose of this camp is to promote awareness of students in “self-driving cars” to spark their interest in a STEM career and improve creativity, problem-solving and interpersonal skills.
  • Electrical Engineer for a Day Lesson Plans for Ages 11 - 14 No Rating Yet
    Students learn about electrical components and circuits, and use Ohm's Law to design, build, and test a circuit, much like professional engineers do. Continue to the Resource link at the bottom of the page.  
  • Go-Go Gadget Lesson Plans for Ages 8 - 10 No Rating Yet
    Elementary students put their knowledge of simple machines to the test as they create new, labor-saving machines. Suitable for grade levels 3-5.
  • Hands on Activity: The Path of Electrons No Rating Yet
    A short (approximately 10 minutes) classroom activity to help students visualize the flow of electrons through a circuit. A worksheet with questions and answers is included.
  • Light it Up Lesson Plans for Ages 8 - 10 No Rating Yet
    Elementary students investigate the role of electricity in their environment as they learn to create series and parallel circuits. Suitable for grade levels 3-5. Lesson plan link is at the bottom of the page.
  • The Changing Face of the Automobile No Rating Yet
    To test automobile aerodynamics and the impact of shape on distance traveled. To figure the financial and environmental impacts of fuel efficient vehicles
  • The Road Ahead (Grades 3-5) No Rating Yet
    A module released by General Motors Education intended to teach students in grades 3-5 the science of electricity and its application to the auto industry. Included are three lesson plans (2-3 class periods each), worksheets, teacher’s guide, and an interactive online digital magazine.
  • Unlocking Possibilities Lesson Plans for Ages 8 - 10 No Rating Yet
    Students are introduced to the fundamentals of computing, programming and electronic design.