Highlands-Specialists-After school program - Marine/Aeronautical Aerospace Engineering

Run by BrainSTEM Learning Canada Ages 8-15 yrs

BrainSTEM Learning: Spring Specialists: Marine/Aeronautical Aerospace Engineering (10 Weeks-5 weeks of each type of Engineering)
(Grades 2-7, Co-Educational)
Dates: Wednesdays- 3:00-4:30pm- Ms. Wright’s portable classroom April 4, 11, 18, 25, May 2, 9, & May 16, (no classes May 23), 30, June 6, 13

Cost: $300 + GST for 10 x one and a half hour sessions

Description: Marine Engineering: In the future, many kids may work in this in and around the world’s waterways, so in this lesson they will have the opportunity to learn how marine devices work. The oceans are particularly important the health of the world and provides half of the worlds oxygen supply from marine plants and algae. Oceans are an important way of transporting goods and people around the globe. Kids will use his or her creativity discovering an important balance of marine ecology, conservation, recreational water use, and how to transport using the Ocean.
The Marine engineer organizes people, places, equipment, and information. They ensure that work areas operate safely and efficiently. They are always looking to continually improve our recreational or professional lives.
The specialist and managers will understand how they can use the STEM model to improve how they can develop new technologies in a safe and productive way. They will design, build, test and improve different marine transportation devices using their creativity and having fun.

Aerospace Aeronautical engineering involves the design and construction of planes and space shuttles. Aeronautical engineering covers crafts that stay inside the Earth’s atmosphere (such as commercial planes) while astronautical engineering covers craft that leave the Earth’s atmosphere (theory and practice of navigation beyond Earth’s atmosphere, such as space shuttles).

In this program the specialist and managers will learn about the fundamentals of astronautical industry discovering about aerodynamics; gravity; velocity; acceleration; forces to lift, drag and thrust objects; aerodynamics like Bernoulli principle; and space environment characteristics. They will use math to improve their results; will discover about the importance of the materials in this engineering branch; and use his or her creativity and curiosity to design, build and test their own prototypes at the same time they have fun.

Map to Highlands Elementary School
Highlands Elementary School
3150 Colwood Drive, North Vancouver, British Columbia
Time Price Code
Wed, 3pm - 4:30pm
$300 (no classes May 23)

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