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JPL Workshop for Educators - Engineering a Rover

  • Columbia Memorial Space Center 12400 Columbia Way Downey, CA 90242 (map)

ENGINEERING A ROVER (ROVING ON MARS)

Target audience: 4th - 12th grade educators

Participants will explore force and motion in the design of small, rubber-band-powered rovers that engage students in the engineering design process. Students design and build a rover out of cardboard, determine how to use rubber bands to spin the rover's wheels and improve their design based on testing results.

***CLASS IS NOW FULL. Join the waitlist or register for next month’s workshop.***

Register Online or call (562) 231-1200

  • Pre-registration is required.

  • This workshop is FREE for all pre-service, fully credentialed teachers, and informal educators.

  • Participants are required to bring in their teacher or student ID the day of the workshop.

Earlier Event: January 8
Closing at 4:00pm Today
Later Event: January 15
Closing at 4:00pm Today