Tinkering with Circuits

  • Lab Workshop

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Description: 

Tinkering is mindful messing-about with tools and materials, with the goal of finding out their possibilities and limitations. When we tinker, we make new things from existing parts, solve problems and learn by making mistakes. In this workshop, your students will experiment with some unconventional, low current, circuit-building materials to meet design challenges.

Cost: 

$1 per student

Duration: 

  • 80 min

Availability: 

10am and 12pm

Grade Level(s): 

  • Grade 7
  • Grade 8
  • Grade 9

Topic: 

  • Electricity
  • Energy
  • Engineering

Language: 

English

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