It’s been a great year at Tech Club. See what the students have been up to throughout the school year.
Introduction to Graphic Design
Students learned principles of design and created their own fliers using Google.
Learning How to Use Google Survey
Students learned how to make their own survey using Google forms and analyzed their results.
Introduction to AI & Machine Learning
Students trained simple machine-learning models and used them to play games and complete interactive projects.
In partnership with the Cambridge School of Weston, students wrote, scripted and filmed their own original short film.
Robotics In partnership with iRobot, students used the Root® robot to draw artwork, play music, respond to touch, light, and sound, and more, all while exploring the fundamentals of robotics.
Rocketry covers a variety of disciplines, including math and physics, and helps students to reach STEM educational objectives.
- (Middle School Students) ( Rocketry 101) – Students built their own rockets and launched them!
- (Young Kids- Elementary ) Students built Alka Seltzer Rockets. Our Mighty Seltzer Rocket’s propulsion is caused by the interaction of water and an Alka-Seltzer tablet. The thrust for the rocket is the production of carbon dioxide pushed out of the rocket’s base. In addition, a demonstration of the transfer of energy, and an example of the conservation of energy is present in the experiments. The stable design allows students to explore variables for fuel and flight investigations.
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