Are you looking for an innovative and tested approach to address NGSS’s science and engineering practices in your science classroom? Would introducing engineering design, physical computing, prototyping, and computational thinking to your students add the extra dimension of experience in your labs you are looking for? Are you ready to move to the next level of probes and devices to make science measurements?

Join Gearbox Labs, a Wisconsin-based STEM publisher, for a discussion on integrating microcontrollers like the Arduino Uno and Espressif ESPs into your classroom. The easy to build, code, and use projects engage students to innovate and excel. With 3 national science and engineering competition winners to their credit, Gearbox Labs will demonstrate how you can challenge students and help them emulate scientists’ work with engineers and coders. Students learn how to produce their own data collection devices.

Gearbox Labs will demonstrate projects from its currently available STEAM Edition curriculum and its forthcoming Internet of Things and Science and Engineering Fair curricula.

If you are a grades 5 and up science teacher, join Gearbox Labs for one of its two sessions for WSST at 4 pm and 7 pm on Thursday, March 4, 2021. Gearbox Labs will share its work and answer your questions. 

Each registered participant that attends will get a “Future Scientist” sticker from Gearbox Labs and be entered into a drawing for a free copy of Gearbox Labs’ first curriculum, The ARDUINO Classroom: STEAM Edition ($60 value, must attend a session to be entered).

After registering for this workshop, Gearbox Labs will send you an invitation link.

Use the checkbox to the right to select either the 4 pm workshop or the 7 pm workshop.

Workshop - Wisconsin Society of Science Teachers 2021

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