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Number of Semesters

2 Semesters

Maximum Students



Tracie Jones


Basic idea of how to use a computer, ipad or laptop. Strong reading and writing skills are required to participate and complete homework assignments, along with a strong understanding of adding, subtracting, multiplying and dividing. Student must demonstrate good listening, team-building, and communication skills.

Required Materials

1. Laptop/Ipad (Electronics can be provided for class use only by MC2; however, access to a computer is required for outside assignments.)
2. 3-Ring Binder with Paper
3. Pencil with an eraser
4. Tri-fold display board (white or black)
5. Internet access at home

Homework Required: max 1 hour per day

Public Speaking/Performance; Technology/Equipment Needed at Home; Contact Needed with Students Outside of Class (Text, Email, Zoom)

Homework Required: max 1 hour per day

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About the course

This class is based on a creative, “hands-on” way to use skills from science, technology, engineering, math, and even art to create new inventions for the future and how things work. Through fostering creativity and working together cooperatively in teams and individually, the students will be given a task to accomplish where they will collaborate ideas within their group to budget for their supplies, explore, design, build, test, and present their creations. This class involves an introductory to sciences, engineering, and career exploration in the areas of physics, chemistry, electrical and biomedical engineering, marine and general biology through introduction to 3-D printing, coding, prosthetics, and much more. (Projects vary each semester).