2022 Teacher Professional Development – Basic Electricity & Electronics

 Mississippi Robotics continues its offerings of Teacher Professional Development Education. This year we offering a frequently requested class in Basic Electronics.  Teachers will learn the basic elements of an electronic circuit and how to adapt the circuit for different situations.  They will also learn basic soldering techniques.  Practical use will be discussed for applications such as lights, motors, robotics, and science.  Students will become hardware engineers and solve real world design problems.  This class is for STEM, Math, Science, Physics teachers and Elementary teachers that want a simple project to introduce students to STEM.  CEU credits ( .6 ) will be offered. STEM Certificate offered.

Workshop Days:
Saturday, August 13, 2022
Saturday, August 20, 2022

Workshop Location:
Aug 13:  Tougaloo College, Jackson, MS
Aug 20:  Nissan Training Center, Canton, MS

Workshop Time:
Check-in 8:30am
9am – noon

Camp Instructors:
Ray Holt, President, Mississippi Robotics

Liz Patin, Vice-President, STEM Programs, Mississippi Robotics

Cost:  $25

Each teacher will be asked to fill out a survey form before and after class as well as a Class Evaluation form.

Register below and come back and pay through the PayPal “Buy Now” button.  School PO’s are accepted if processed before the class.  The CEU certificate is $25.

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