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The lesson explains how to analyze motion by understanding distance, displacement, time, speed, velocity and acceleration. Additionally, the lesson provides proof to show how commonly used kinematic equations are derived. The lesson also explains the importance of considering frame of reference for any kinematic problems.
Students will be making catapults powered by rubber bands designed and optimized to clear a wall. This Design Challenge provides students the opportunity to practice the engineering process, prototype testing and apply kinematic principles in a real scenario.
This lesson will teach students about professional standards and conduct. Students will explore what it means to be professional in a work setting, including time management skills, professional dress, professional communication and collaboration.
Students will learn about a STEM career and the process to work in the STEM field.
Social engineering is an illegal conduct which utilizes device users’ vulnerabilities to gain confidential information. This presentation defines social engineering and differentiates between the various types of social engineering tactics.