Engineering Adventures:

Getting Started!

What's the "E" for STEM, and how do I incorporate it into my program?

As part of STEM professional development, this workshop asks participants to engage in Engineering Adventures curriculum both as learners and as educators. Participants will engage in activities directly from the Engineering Adventures afterschool program founded by the Museum of Science, Boston. Also included are activities designed specifically to help afterschool staff learn ways to support youth as they engineer. Upon completion, participants will have a better understanding of both technology and engineering and the best ways to engage youth in the engineering design process.


Trainer: Tracy Truzansky

Level: Basic



Enginnering Adventures

Tuesday, Nov. 19th 2013 at 6-8pm

Hardwick Elementary School, Hardwick, VT

Please RSVP to me (nmiller@ossu.org or 472-5411 x242) by Friday, November 15th!


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Nicole Miller, Northern VT Regional Group Coordinator

Vermont Afterschool, Inc.