The Teacher Education Department at the Lake Campus strives to connect to the community in a positive way. Numerous times a year events are held for community members ranging from small children to retired teachers.
Date: Thursday, June 7, 2018
Location: Wright State University - Lake Campus
Additional Information: A one-day summer STEM camp for children entering grades K-3 on Thursday, June 7th from 9am-2pm. Once your registration is submitted you will receive an email with detailed information about this fun and exciting day! Spots are limited and registration is expected to fill fast, don't miss out on this great opportunity!
Your child will attend 2 out of the 3 sessions being offered. In the registration process you will rank the sessions based on your child's interest. The first session being the one they are most interested in and the third session being the one they are least interested in. We will try our best to accommodate their preferences. Thanks for understanding!
***Registration is now closed. The event is full. We are overwhelmed and humbled by such a great response.***
STEM Camp Sessions
This session will be electrifying as we discuss different forms of technology. We will program Sphreo robots, work with circuits, and use copper tape to make LED circuits. This session will be packed full of fun as we get to work with different types of electronics. Be careful if you come to this session though, because you won’t want to leave once you get started.
Can You DIG It?
Come discover paleontology! You will get to meet a real-life scientist. Get your hands' dirty digging for real archeological finds. When you leave you’ll want to keep digging for more knowledge. We can’t wait for you to join us on our blast to the past.
Did someone mention an invention? In this session let your imagination run wild. Anything you can think of you can invent! You will even learn how to brainstorm and test out your creation before turning your ideas into reality. We will even have a local inventor coming in to share their experiences.