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Delivered by Engineers.

Breakout experiments simulate cutting-edge projects undertaken by expert engineers who volunteer with Engineering Tomorrow.

Our Curriculum

Virtual Lesson Plans

Unit 1 Bridges

Unit 2 Catapults

Unit 3 Aerodynamics

Unit 4 Water Filtration

Unit 5 Wind

Unit 6 Robotics

Unit 7 Embedded Systems

Unit 8 Solar

Unit 9 Networks

Instagram Challenges

Bridge Challenge

Catapult Challenge

Aerodynamics Challenge

Water Filtration Challenge

Wind Challenge

Robotics

Embedded Systems

Solar

Networks

Bridges

Warm Up Exercise

Presentation

Instructions

Phototherapy-Biomedical

Instructions

Robotics

Warm Up Exercise

Presentation

Instructions

Sanitation-Global Health

Instructions

Water Desalination

Warm Up Excersise

Presentation

Instructions

Water Re-use

Warm Up Exercise

Presentation

Instructions

Set Up

Wind

Warm Up Exercise

Presentation

Instructions

Solar Energy

Warm Up Exercise

Presentation

Instructions

3D Printing

Presentation

Instructions

Machine Learning

Warm Up Exercise

Presentation

Instructions

Networks

Presentation

Instructions

Embedded Systems

Presentation

Instructions

Aerodynamics

Presentation

Global Engineering
Challenges

The Sanitation breakout was developed by Jim McHale, PhD, ET Volunteer and recipient (with prior employer American Standard / LIXIL Corporation) of three grants from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation for his work in creating SATO ("Safe Toilet") toilet systems for developing nations - a critical solution to disease prevention. In this breakout, students engage in an experiment modeled on McHale's groundbreaking work.

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