S.T.E.M. Part II: Technology

S.T.E.M. Part II: Technology

This course is the second in a four-part series on S.T.E.M. in the classroom. Technology in the classroom is defined as not electronics but simple machines such as catapults, levers and pulleys. The course explains how the technologies work, how they are used in everyday life and how you can guide the children to make them in the classroom. Course Length – 1.5 hours.
The course answers the following questions:
  • What is technology in early childhood?
  • Why teach technology in the classroom?
  • What are some examples of simple machines in early childhood?
  • How do catapults work?
  • How do pulleys work?
  • How do levers work?


Participants who successfully complete this course will be able to:
  • Comprehend the importance of teaching technology in early childhood.
  • Understand various ways that simple machines are used in our day-to-day life.
  • Do several activities in the classroom to teach technology in early childhood.
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