Educator Training Series: Design It! Explore It!: Engineering Rockets
Modern rocket design began near the beginning of the 20th century. While much has been learned and rockets have grown larger and more powerful, rocket designs are still improving. Engineers developing new rockets must control variables and consider failure points when improving rocket designs. By changing one variable at a time, engineers can determine if that change leads to an increase or decrease in performance. They must also consider how their design might fail, and work to improve their design. These incremental changes allow engineers to improve rocket performance and increase the amount of mass they can lift into space.
This is a fun and exciting introduction into the world of Engineering. The workshop is appropriate for adults and volunteers who work with youth in out-of-school time or classrooms. Content most appropriate for youth ages 5th-9th, but can be adapted as needed.
Other workshops in this series:
Engineering is Elementary: Pandemic Epidemic April 20, 4-7pm: https://bit.ly/2OVQijl
Please contact Sarah Grosvenor for more information or for a scholarship information.