Will have a simple activity for kids (still to be determined) . Also, we will have a monitor showing building models related to our industry.
As San Diego's leader in computer science education, ThoughtSTEM will engage local K-12 students in some of the awesome video games San Diego kids are coding with our instructors. Students will learn how these video games were designed and programmed, and they'll get to see behind-the-scenes at some of the games they can code with our instructors at our summer camps this June-August at UC San Diego, San Diego State, and Cal State San Marcos.
Experience what life in the Navy is like through virtual reality! Navy personnel from Navy Recruiting District San Diego will take visitors on virtual tours of various Navy careers, share about STEM opportunities in the Navy and distribute fun Navy giveaways.
DUMBO will be promoted at the booth with a life-size maquette photo opp and items to pass out.
Table and 2 chairs works!
This hands-on activity explores the tools and challenges researchers confront to explore the deep ocean. Students will work as a team to plan, build, and test their own underwater remote operated vehicles. Finally, students will get to deploy their ROVs to explore the underwater area adjacent to the Mission Bay Aquatic Center. This activity will focus on the circular experiential learning model of plan > do > AHA! > reflect > plan.
Be sure to stop by the ABC 10News Experience, and where kids can have the opportunity to try their hand at being a reporter for a fire, weather, traffic, etc. Learn the art and science of Television News Production, computer generated graphics, video and social media platforms. Come meet 10News Anchors, Reporters, Producers and Photographers. ABC 10News empowers people in San Diego with information, insight and inspiration through a commitment to cover the stories that matter in San Diego.
San Diego’s Premier Do-It-Yourself Workshop is hosting its semi-annual Open House on Saturday, March 9th! Join us from 2-6PM for a showcase of a variety of Maker projects all under one roof, from furniture to jewelry, laser cutting to wood turning, and from youth STEM programs to engineering prototypes. Enjoy Tools, Classes and Community. Free admission and open to the public!
Union-Tribune News Museum with docents
Double Check Your Facts Quiz & Game Show - emphasizing STEAM questions
Frontier Water Systems will demonstrate some of the engineering and design which goes into the creation of our equipment and Bioreactors. We will also show how these are used in the treatment and removal of selenium, nitrate and heavy metals from water that may be returned to our lakes and rivers. FWS employs innovative Engineers from many disciplines such as Electrical, Computer, Chemical, and Mechanical. We hope to inspire young Engineers of to help with our future needs of clean water.