Schools Participation 2018
3rd grade - program using Blockly language.
Mountain View ES
1st grade - interactive building of the "3 Little Pigs Houses".
4th grade - Scratch and TinkerCad.
4th-5th grade - computer architecture through SketchUp.
Community - students use codapilars and spheres to navigate , above, below, around/ through our 'community'.
Mindstorms Programming Basics
Cougar Bank - Cougar Bank marketing teams display marketing ads created with green screen technology. Stop by to have your picture taken!
STEAM Bins and Classroom Guidance - Students will complete challenges using Steam Bins materials.
Wind Tube Behavior - Investigate how different objects behave in a wind tunnel.
Marble Roller Coaster - Participants will use foam pipe insulation to make a roller coaster for a marble.
Lego Maze - Use ramps, spinners and blocks to have a marble move from start to end on a Lego wall.
Ronald Reagan MS
8th grade - Demonstrate Newton's Laws of Motion using compressed air to race a dragster down a 20 foot track!
PLTW RobotC Test Bed - Learn basic programming using RobotC.
Old Bridge Elementary
Cartoon fish art
FLL Robotics team will present their robots and research projects
Tinkercad and cookie caster for 3D printing
Jr. FLL Programs
FRC Robotics Team
Osborn Park HS
Center for Biotechnology
Battlefield High School
Art and Graphics
Create your own Crazy Glasses Face Painting
Gimp Key Chains
Future Business Leaders of
Shark Tank Jr. - Teaching
Deal or No Deal
FRC ILITE Robotics
FTC ILITE Robotics
Uses of Technology in Music
Medical club will be introducing attendees about the human body using crafts to represent organs and also have microscopes to view cell slides.
Examples of STEM from Ancient Rome - Our display demonstrates various examples of science, technology, math, engineering, and medicine which the Ancient Romans used on a daily basis or were the precursors of some of our modern technology. We also have hands on games matching common STEAM vocabulary with the term's Latin root word and a working example of a Roman catapult.
Uses of Technology in Music Composition - Explore the software available for music composition, including programs that play back in real time the music that you write. This exhibit is geared toward students of all ages and backgrounds and no musical experience is necessary.
Battlefield's IT Program
Battlefield's Summer Camps
Prince William County Schools Offices
PWCS Energy Management
Hands on interactive: Tools
of the Trade
See how PWCS saves
Learn about Sustainable
PWCS Science Division
Shrinky Dinks And Other Cool
Toys and Plastics
George Mason University
STEM @ Volgenau School of Engineering