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the NAWCWD engineers, our outreach programs have been incredibly successful and impactful on the students we serve, said Birmingham.
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Kimberly Schrock, right, a mechanical engineer at Naval Air Warfare Ghd Natural Bristle Radial Brush Size 4 (55mm Barrel) Center Weapons Division (NAWCWD) at Naval Base Ventura County, Point Mugu, confers with California State University Channel Islands mentors for the Great Inventors program at Hueneme High School in Oxnard. Schrock volunteered to assist the mentors as they guided the Hueneme students in the after school program. The Great Inventors program teaches students engineering basics through competitive construction projects like building a small catapult.
first few meetings we had with CI in the fall covered the engineering design process, Schrock said. then worked with the students using a basic solid modeling program called in conjunction with their 3 D printer. The students started using a website that introduces users to basic coding concepts. There was a module about Beats Monster Headphones Review
NAWCWD volunteer Kimberly Schrock supervised CI mentors at the high school laboratory to teach Mathematics, Engineering and Science Academy (MESA) students during an eight week period ending May 2.
printing in a hands on, project oriented learning environment. The program was designed in fall 2013, and the pilot program was implemented at Hueneme High over the spring 2014 semester.
played the crucial role of the STEM expert to mentor the CI volunteers, going over the daily goals for each group, ensuring that they are on task and following the steps of the engineering design process and considering critical design questions, she said.
She had special praise for Schrock.
Schrock coordinated with Birmingham and CI mentors who are majoring in STEM fields.
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each of these elements. Then they completed a module on designing something.
Dr. Cindy Wyels, a mathematics faculty member who currently CI director of Project ACCESO, and Sandra Birmingham, STEM pipeline outreach coordinator, worked closely with Trish Gresham, NAWCWD former education outreach coordinator, to bring the Great Inventors program to the school.
NAWCWD supports STEM activities throughout Kern and Ventura counties during the school year and actively recruits the talents of NAWCWD employees and Engineer and Scientist Development Program (ESDP) volunteers to spend time with youngsters to stimulate their interest in STEM careers.
Naval Air Warfare Center Weapons Division (NAWCWD) teamed with California State University Channel Islands (CI) in Camarillo to bring the Great Inventors Program to Hueneme High School in Oxnard.
NAWCWD volunteer supervises university mentors at high school lab
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