Engage, Inspire, and Empower the Next Generation Through STEM (Grades 4-6)

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Engage, Inspire, and Empower the Next Generation Through STEM (Grades 4-6)

Free 3-hour STEM workshop for Brevard 4th-6th graders. Participants will be introduced to tinkering and deconstructing household gadgets.

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Cocoa Beach Public Library Cocoa Beach Public Library 550 North Brevard Avenue Cocoa Beach, FL 32931

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Engage, Inspire, and Empower the Next Generation Through STEM workshop will introduce grades 4-6 students to how engineers help make the world a better place. Participants will be introduced to STEM careers, using 21st-century skills in their daily lives, engineering design process, reverse engineering, tinkering and deconstructing household gadgets. Participants will work in pairs to analyze, tinker, and deconstruct a household gadget.

Pre-registration is required, class is limited to 40.

A free light breakfast will be provided.

Participants will receive a pair of goggles, journal, and an all in one screwdriver tool to bring home.

The workshop is designed and facilitated by STEM Education Consultant Diana Wehrell-Grabowski, Ph.D. @ http://www.dianawehrellgrabowski.com

Partial funding for the workshop is provided through an Engineering Week Outreach Grant from Discover Engineering @ https://discovere.org/

AVET Project @ https://avet-project.org/ for funding and community support.

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