CEISMC STEAM Workshops

Students in a STEAM workshop

 

Is your student interested in Technology? Do they love Engineering and Math? Do they want pursue a career in the STEAM fields?


If they answer yes to any of these questions or has a general interest in the STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art/Design and Mathematics) fields, then STEAM Workshop is for you!

What are STEAM Workshops?

Georgia Tech's CEISMC STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math) Workshops are workshops for students in 6th through 12th grade. STEAM Workshops encourages students to study and pursue a career in the STEAM fields by exposing them to many different topics of science and engineering along with a technology. During each session, students participate in a variety of hands-on activities that promote creativity, problem solving, and teamwork in 6th through 12th grade students. 

STEAM Workshops will be held online.  Please check out our available workshops below!

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December 2020 Session Details


Saturday, December 12, 2020
11:45AM - 1:15PM
6th - 8th Grade
Cost: $20 per person

App and Game Development

Interested in creating mobile apps and games? This fun-filled week for students teaches the basics of    App/Game creation for a variety of mobile (iOS and Android) and computer platforms (Mac, Windows, Linux) using the free visual development environment Construct 3.

Requirements
Laptop or Computer, (Windows, Mac, or Chromebook), internet access, and headphones

 

 
 
 
Chemical Mystery

Can you change the color of a liquid without using food color? What does the color changes mean about your liquid? Explore the acidity and basicity of common household items in chemistry of pH experiments.

Supplies Requirements
  • Blender
  • Bowl
  • ½ of a red cabbage
  • 14 small clear plastic cups (for example, clear 2 ounce portion cups)
  • Knife and cutting board (to chop cabbage)
  • Paper and pencil
  • Permanent marker
  • Pipette or eye dropper
  • Safety goggles
  • Strainer
  • Test liquids: Ammonia, baking soda in water, clear soda (7UP), finger nail polish remover, hydrogen
  • peroxide, laundry detergent, lime juice, milk, mouthwash, orange juice, salt water, shampoo, vinegar, and water
  • Water (about 4 cups)
Laptop or Computer, (Windows, Mac, or Chromebook), internet access, and headphones

 

 
 
 
 
COVID Kidpreneur!

Learn the basics of entrepreneurship and how you could get started developing a product or your own company even during a pandemic. Students will use problem solving, critical thinking, and creativity to develop and enhance their business ideas.

Supplies Requirments
  • Lined Journal/Notebook
  • Pen/Pencil 
Laptop or Computer, (Windows, Mac, or Chromebook), internet access, and headphones

 

Saturday, December 12, 2020
12:30PM - 3:00PM
9th - 12th Grade
Cost: $40 per person

Cyber Security in partnership with Georgia Tech HackGT Catalyst Program

As you browse through Instagram, you're not the only one scrolling through your feed. Data is being collected every second, and you are no exception. Join us to learn more about protecting yourself and your devices through vulnerability protection, encryption, cyber awareness and even creating a mini script (.exec) project.

Requirements
Laptop or Computer, (Windows, Mac, or Chromebook), internet access, and headphones

 

 

 
 
Contact Us
If you have any additional questions, please contact us at kidsclub@gatech.edu or 404-913-KIDS (5437). Email is the most efficient way to get a timely response. We apologize for any delays as we strive to return all emails and phone calls ASAP.