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Campus Middle School’s STEM Electives


New STEM classes for 8th grade, 2nd semester 2016-2017

We are very fortunate to have the opportunity to offer some exciting new STEM options for 8th graders at Campus to take later this year.

 

8th Grade

 Exploring A Better World

Are you... interested in design? Are you... creative? Do you... want to make a difference in our world? Then this may be the class for you! We are offering an engineering design class to expose students to the design process used by engineers in developing creative, innovative solutions to real-world problems.

Girls Who Code

(sorry boys, this one is for girls only, but if you are interested in coding, check out the Robotics class) Are you... interested in impacting your community? Are you... interested in joining a sisterhood of supportive peers? Then this may be the class for you! We are offering an all-girls coding class in efforts to close the gender gap in technology.

Robotics Engineering

If you haven't already taken it this year there is still time to sign up! This class is for students new to Robotics and who took Robotics I last year.

For more information or to get an application please see Mrs. Schlegel (213) or Mrs. Snyder (counseling).  Applications due to counseling Tuesday, December 13th.

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Digital/Multimedia Production 8

This course will focus on using interactive software and hardware tools in order to develop several multimedia projects.  Curriculum will include Graphic Design, Animation, Web Design and Video Production.  Software used in class will be: Adobe Fireworks, Adobe Flash, Adobe Dreamweaver, Garageband, iMovie and PowerPoint.  Assignments are given on an individual basis according to experience level (beginner-advanced).  The course is also designed to teach and promote Internet safety and research skills.

For more information: STEM & CMS: Digital/Multimedia Production Classes, October 2012 Mustang Messenger


6th Grade

 

Digital/Multimedia Production 6

This course will focus on using interactive software and hardware tools in order to develop several multimedia projects.  Curriculum will include Graphic Design and Video Production.  Software used in class will be: Adobe Fireworks, Garageband, iMovie, and PowerPoint.  The course is also designed to teach and promote Internet safety and research skills.

For more information: STEM & CMS: Digital/Multimedia Production Classes, October 2012 Mustang Messenger

 

Industrial Tech 6

This course introduces students to Computer-Aided Design (CAD) using Google Sketchup, and also instructs students in the use of the band saw and general woodshop safety.  Approximately half the course will be spent learning and using Sketchup culminating in the design of solar cars constructed of Styrofoam and other scrap materials.  The rest of the course will have students constructing those cars, as well as a decorative wood box made with the band saw. A fee of $10 is required for this class.

For more information: STEM & CMS: Digital/Multimedia Production Classes, November 2012 Mustang Messenger


7th Grade

 

Digital/Multimedia Production

This course will focus on using interactive software and hardware tools in order to develop several multimedia projects.  Curriculum will include Graphics Design, Animation, and Video Production.  Software used in class will be: Adobe Fireworks, Adobe Flash, Garageband, iMovie and PowerPoint.  Assignments are given on an individual basis according to experience level (beginner-advanced).  The course is also designed to teach and promote Internet safety and research skills.

For more information: STEM & CMS: Digital/Multimedia Production Classes, October 2012 Mustang Messenger

 

Industrial Tech 7

This course introduces students to Computer-Aided Design (CAD) using Google Sketchup, and also instructs students in the use of the band saw, drill press and general woodshop safety.  Approximately half the course will have students learning Sketchup, then have students use it to design CO2 powered dragsters.  The rest of the quarter will have students cutting and shaping their dragster from basswood blocs.  The quarter culminates in a time-trials competition, when each car races down the 70-foot track.  A fee of $10 is required for this class.

For more information: STEM & CMS: Digital/Multimedia Production Classes, November 2012 Mustang Messenger


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