Welcome Informal educators who want to build or grow an out-of-school STEM Club! Ten80’s team has a long history of working with after-school programs, science centers, professional associations such as NSBE, 4-H chapters and Scout troops. Contact us to talk about your plans.
You may start your STEM program in an informal setting and migrate into a formal setting using the non-consumable kits. If you’re already implementing one of these Student STEM Challenges as a formal class, consider organizing a team out-of-school to compete in the National STEM League.
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|Engineer a fast, efficient and stable vehicle. Optimize performance of the vehicle. Optimize performance of the base technology, a 1:10 scale electric radio-controlled car that has over 4 million setup options.|
|Learn the fundamentals of coding, computer logic and open source hardware. Begin to see a new world of possibilities with the skills to integrate hardware and software to solve problems and meet opportunities.|
|Apply lessons learned in “CompSci” to the Student Rover Challenge. Teach a roving robot to navigate and map a course while doing useful tasks. The Rover brain is an open-source Arduino.|
|This E&I guide can turn any project you’re already running into a student-led business focused on innovative development, effective project management and community leadership. It helps students apply the engineering process to develop a product or service and the similar enterprise process to develop a business model.|