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Coming up:

Creative Computing Challenge:

Design and Build Mobile Apps using MIT App Inventor!

Saturdays March 9 -30 10:00 am - 12:00 pm

In this program, students will learn the basics of MIT App Inventor and how to design and their very own app that can be used on a tablet or mobile android device. This is an introductory program for students who have little or no coding experience. Both computer based and program design elements are introduced. Prerequisites: Students must be comfortable navigating on a computer, finding, downloading, saving, and uploading files. This program is being offered as part of the STEM Docent program of the UNH Cooperative Extension and will be conducted by a trained STEM Docent. The goal of STEM Docent program is to offer hands-on learning opportunities for youth to strengthen STEM foundations in order to meet the expected workforce needs in the state.

The cost is $90 per student ($80 for SEE members)
For Students in grades 7 to 12 who meet the prerequisites.

Print Registration Form Here.
Please call and register by phone at 669-0400 or email form to becky@see-sciencecenter.org.

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Mini-Courses and workshops are classes with one or more sessions which allow students an opportunity to learn about one particular topic in more depth. Mini-courses and workshops always include hands-on activities. Mini-Courses are especially popular with home-school students. Please sign up for email newsletters on our home page to get advance notice of future programs.


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Past topics include:
Introduction to Physics
Introduction to Chemistry
Nanotechnology
Forensic Science
Slimy Science
LEGO® Gravity Racers
LEGO® Zip Line
LEGO® Simple and motorized machines
LEGO® Bridges
LEGO® Stop Motion Animation
LEGO® Towers
LEGO® Bricktionary
LEGO® Simple Machines to Remote Control
Pump it up: Cardiology for Kids
Brain Storm: Discover the mysteries of the Human Brain