Science Technology Engineering Maths Social Enterprise Learning (STEMSEL) is the focus of our Club Workshops. We make this a fun, hands-on problem solving experience. We try to make it relevant to the students learning in schools. A highlight is the annual STEMSEL competitions and exhibitions at the Royal Adelaide Show.
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This is our standard workshop, it lasts for 2 hours and goes through one of our projects. This workshop fits in with the ACARA curriculum and you can select which project you would like us to teach from our projects page. This workshop can be integrated into the curriculum for a ten week term, purchased as the beginning of a section on electronics or as a further workshop to get kids interested in STEM careers. Price on purchase of multiple workshops is negotiable.
This is our full day workshop, it generally starts at 9am and finishes at 3pm and goes through three of our projects. This workshop fits in with the ACARA curriculum and you can select which projects you would like us to teach from our projects page. This workshop can be purchased as the beginning of a section on electronics or as a standalone session teaching electronics and programming. Can be easily split between 3 classes if you wish for us to introduce 3 different groups of students.
The new and Beginner students use STEMSEL microchip technology to learn the basics of electronics and micro-controllers through hands on projects. These workshops are led by our presenters who are assisted by our University Interns. Students are presented with a problem to solve such as how to control the temperature on the inside of a fridge or how to control a smart street light. The cost is $20 per week (or pre-pay $180 for the full 10 week term).
Members can enrol in tutorial classes that include projects such as "Miners Rescue", "Smart Street Lights", "Olympic Torch Relay". These sessions are for our more advanced students who have previously learnt the programming basics of our microchip technology. The cost is $25 per week (or pre-pay $200 for the full 10 week term).
Experienced members can enrol in Major Project courses that run during school terms by our experienced University Interns. The Projects involve Teamwork, Design, Building and Programming a STEMSEL controlled system such as a flying vehicle (UAV) or wifi controlled robotic system. Students in this class are assisted in completing complex projects for entry into competitions such as the Royal Adelaide Show and the Oliphant Science Award. The cost of the course is $30 per week (or pre-pay $250 for the full 10 week term).
Home School students can enrol in tutorial classes that run during school terms by our experienced University Interns. The Projects involve Teamwork, Design, Building and Programming a STEMSEL controlled system such as an Alarm System, Voltage Reader and Reaction Testing using our STEMSEL Inventor Kits . Students are involved in various Intermediate Projects to help them gain a further understanding in programming and micro controller technology. The cost of the course is $25 per week (or pre-pay $220 for the full 11 week term).
The organisations listed below organise beginner STEMSEL Foundation clubs in their facilities with the help of our University Interns. Contact us below and we can help book you in.
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