Date(s) - 05/24/2017 - 05/25/2017
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May 18, 2017
11:30am-1:00pm @ TLHS
Techy Trot Fun Run and Walk
Driving Question: How do my activity choices affect my health and the community around us?
This race is being done for both school/community/ and our business and industry partners. All are welcome to attend. Registration cost is free!!! To register: Online visit http://tinyurl.com/techytrot or call 545-3431
May 23, 2017
8:30-10am @ TLHS
Project: The Martians of Tech
Driving Question: What do we need to get to Mars, and then live there for the survival of mankind?
In this project students have been engaged in learning about the solar system, and how life has infected one of its humble planets. This project is about how mankind might someday break free from the shackles of earth and venture into new territories beyond this earthly realm.
May 23, 2017
10:15-11:45am @ TLHS
Project: SolidWorks 3D
Driving Question: How do we as designers create and produce products for businesses locally and globally?
Students have been learning to navigate the environment of SolidWorks and how to design and build products within this 3D CAD software application. Their lessons have shown them how to follow directions on how to build a pressure plate, camera, candlestick, microphone, windmill, lego Karts, and mountain boards using CAD. They have also been introduced to how to read and create a blueprint using SolidWorks.
8:30am-10:00am @ Tech
Driving Question: How can we create a product for teens and others that features free and affordable attractions and activities in Albuquerque and/or New Mexico?
Students have created a multi-media campaign to feature Places , Attractions, and Landmarks in New Mexico and/or Albuquerque that will attract teens and other visitors to Albuquerque and New Mexico.
12:00-2:30pm @ Warehouse 508
Driving Question: How do we build a cost efficient musical instrument that can be used by musicians in a professional capacity?
The students in this project will be applying algebra 1 skills, and geometry skills, to build a musical instrument. The musical instruments will then be used at the end of the trimester to perform a song written by the students at Warehouse 508. The students will demonstrate how math can be used to calculate frequencies and pitch in the building of a musical instrument through their performance.
Contact Velina if you are available to help judge exhibitions!
firstname.lastname@example.org or 505-314-4156