STEM Saturdays: Basic Electronics
This STEM class on Saturday, November 10, will introduce younger students to the basic concepts of electricity and circuits using play dough, lemon batteries and snap circuit kits. Students will engage in hands-on activities designed to demonstrate the difference between insulators and conductors, as well how electricity is used to make our lights glow and motors turn. $25 per Saturday session.
This is recommended for students in 2nd - 6th grade and capacity is 16 students.
The STEM program celebrates innovations in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM). NIU STEM departments, student groups, regional corporations, museums, educators, and national labs are joining forces to increases awareness of the critical role science and other STEM fields play in our world every day.
This class is held at NIU's Farady Hall in Room 105. Please visit www.niu.edu/stem to register and for more information.
Recurrence: One Time
Date: November 10, 2012
Time: 9:00 AM
Place: NIU's Faraday Hall Room 105
Where: Normal Road