STEMSEL CLUB

Below are the options for schools and councils wishing to organise workshops for their students or community

Standard Workshop $275 per workshop

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.


Workshops might be opened with a demonstration of advanced student projects or a presentation by sparky depending on students previous experiences with STEMSEL.


Once we have the students settled in we present them with a problem to be solved using one of our STEMSEL microchips. The students are given a brief preview of what can be done to solve the problem and are allowed to go about finding their solution with the assistance of our STEMSEL RoboAngels (University student interns).


Fast finishers are offered extension challenges on how they could further improve their solution or how to overcome specific challenges to implementation.


Requirements:


  • All students need a Windows computer
  • Whiteboard
  • Projector
  • Students in years 3 to 10
  • Maximum of 30 students


We bring the kits and the knowledge

All Day Workshop $770


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.


Price on purchase of multiple workshops is negotiable.


Workshops might be opened with a demonstration of advanced student projects or a presentation by sparky depending on students previous experiences with STEMSEL.


Once we have the students settled in we present them with a problem to be solved using one of our STEMSEL microchips. The students are given a brief preview of what can be done to solve the problem and are allowed to go about finding their solution with the assistance of our STEMSEL RoboAngels (University student interns).


Fast finishers are offered extension challenges on how they could further improve their solution or how to overcome specific challenges to implementation.


After the first project is finished we take a break for recess before starting the second project, another break is given between the second and third projects for lunch.

Requirements:


  • All students need a Windows computer
  • Whiteboard
  • Projector
  • Students in years 3 to 10
  • Maximum of 30 students
  • Students must bring lunch


We bring the kits and the knowledge

Ongoing Clubs $275 per workshop

This is for those schools who wish to work with STEMSEL on an after school electronics or robotics club. It lasts for 2 hours and goes through one of our projects, students can also work with assistance on projects of their own.


Price on purchase of long term clubs is negotiable.


Workshops might be opened with a demonstration of advanced student projects or a presentation by sparky depending on students previous experiences with STEMSEL.


Once we have the students settled in we present them with a problem to be solved using one of our STEMSEL microchips. The students are given a brief preview of what can be done to solve the problem and are allowed to go about finding their solution with the assistance of our STEMSEL RoboAngels (University student interns).


Fast finishers are offered extension challenges on how they could further improve their solution or how to overcome specific challenges to implementation. Advanced students are encouraged to develop and work on projects of their own.


Requirements:


  • All students need a Windows computer
  • Whiteboard
  • Projector
  • Students in years 3 to 10
  • Maximum of 30 students


We bring the kits and the knowledge


Royal Adelaide Show

 

STEMSEL with the indispensable support of the Royal Adelaide Show host six Royal Adelaide Show ezSystem Robotics Competitions annually. The competitions are open to all our members and enthusiasts and require innovation and creativity. Winners and outstanding entries will be placed on official display at the Show.

 


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