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Technology & Engineering

STEM Seminar I
This course can be coded as Tech Ed credit (10610), **Science credit (13150), or **Math credit (11170).

Grades: 9 - 12    0.5 Credit      Fall Semester     Online + Learning Days

This is a project-based course in which students use Science, Technology, Engineering and Math to solve real world problems. Students will design projects such as bridges, assistive-reach devices, simple motors, parachutes, etc. Students will use common, everyday materials to design prototypes of products that help people in the real world.  STEM focuses on the basics of the Engineering Design Process. There are no textbooks, quizzes, or tests. All grading will be based on the effort in the creation of a product, participation in discussion, and use of the engineering design process. STEM careers will also be explored. *Schools will be required to purchase applicable course materials (approximately $15 or  less per student)

STEM Seminar II
This course can be coded as Tech Ed credit (10610), **Science credit (13150), or **Math credit (11170).

Grades: 9 - 12     0.5 Credit    Spring Semester   Online + Learning Days

Students will explore concepts such as energy and power, agricultural engineering, computer programming, and medical technology. There are no textbooks, no quizzes, and no tests. All grading will be based on the effort in the creation of a product, participation in discussion, and use of the engineering design process.  *Schools will be required to purchase applicable course materials (approximately $15 or less per student).  STEM careers will also be explored.

Foundations of Engineering/Tech I (10094)
This course can be alternatively coded as 0.5 **science credit (13045

Grades: 9 - 12      0.5 Credit    Fall Semester     Online + Learning Days

Prerequisite: STEM SEMINIAR I or II 

Would you prefer to learn by doing? Do you like to build things? In this class, students will complete design challenges while researching better solutions, designing 3D models and actual models, testing and evaluating products. Some possible hand’s-on projects include developing and designing a wind turbine, solar car, CO2 dragster, a mousetrap car, and a glider. This course consists of two separate learning units, each nine weeks in length: Energy and Power Technologies and Transportation Technologies. STEM careers and safety will also be explored. *Schools will be required to purchase applicable course materials (approximately $35 or less per student). **Additional course material and supplies include items such as saws, drills, etc. to complete projects.

Foundations of Engineering/Tech II (10094) This course can be coded as 0.5 **science credit (13045)

Grades: 9 - 12         0.5 Credit       Spring Semester Online + Learning Days   

  Prerequisite: Foundation of Engineering I

In this class, students will complete design challenges while researching better solutions, designing 3D models and actual models, testing and evaluating products. Some possible hand’s-on projects include developing and designing a bridge, a survival shelter, a prosthetic arm, a robot and a rocket. This course consists of two separate learning units, each nine weeks in length: Manufacturing Technologies and Construction Technologies. STEM careers and safety will also be explored. *Schools will be required to purchase applicable course materials (approximately $35 or less per student).  **Additional course material and supplies include items such as saws, drills, etc.. to complete projects.