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Do you know a young person who would like to become a FAA certified aviation technician? Or would like to use aviation to launch into a college degree in a field like engineering or aviation maintenance technology? Come check out BTC at the VTANG open house! 10am-3pm.
We wrapped up day 1 of our #OSEHighSchool field test talking about student resources - the ways of speaking, knowing, acting, and valuing that students use to make sense of the world.
You now can download the lists of related probes for grades K, 1, 2, 3, 4, & 5, organized by DCI. Middle and high school lists will be posted soon. https://www.uncoveringstudentideas.org/gradelevel #NGSS #NSTA #NSTA22 #NSELA #TSELA #formative #assessment #SciEd #PAEMST #NGSSChat
Our focus for this round of #OSEHighSchool professional learning is on establishing a classroom in which all students are known, heard and supported with access and opportunities for learning. We are stopping to reflect on the #successes and #challenges in making this a reality.
AOT is seeking an Administrative Services Coordinator to join our team in the Highway Division. The incumbent is responsible for assisting in the management of the State's transportation project delivery programs and will report directly to the Chief Engineer. (1/3)
In-Person Informational Sessions
February 22, 2023 – I. 5-6 p.m., II. 6-7 p.m.2 Gregory Drive, South Burlington
About the Program
This program is designed to provide 9th & 10th grade students with a unique experience in a collaborative makerspace environment where they explore technology, innovation, and entrepreneurship. Students progress through multiple modules in Technology & Application of Science including Structural and Mechanical Design/ Fabrication, Information Technology, Web & Digital Communications, and Visual Art. Each module consists of a variety of projects that are designed to help students develop their knowledge of 2D and 3D design, rapid prototyping, communication, problem-solving, data analysis, and critical thinking skills.
Throughout this course, students have access to a variety of resources including traditional hand tools, power tools, and computer-controlled equipment such as a vinyl cutter, 3D printers, CNC routers, and a laser cutter. In addition, they will be introduced to mechatronics through the design and fabrication of a computer (Arduino) controlled mechanical system.