Advanced Micro Resource Offering STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) Courses to Students

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Advanced Micro Resource Offering STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) Courses to Students

Advanced Micro Resource has always placed considerable emphasis on teaching technology and STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) to children and youth. Bakersfield-based Advanced Micro Resource is now teaming up with LightWave Education to offer science, technology, engineering, and math education programs in the area.

Advanced Micro Resource is collaborating with local schools to teach students the fundamentals of computer technology. The courses are intended to complement the school’s own academic programs.

A Web Design class will teach students HTML programming while having them create personal online profiles for themselves using multimedia effects. The Computer Assembly course is designed to teach students leadership and team building skills as they work together to understand how the components of a computer work together along with how to repair and upgrade computers.

Students receive a certificate of completion by the end and may win other awards based on attendance, most improved, and best project design.

Advanced Micro is also offering a CSI Forensics course for children to increase their ability to use math and science and use deductive reasoning to solve problems. Youths will assume the role of detectives while learning how forensic scientists collect, and analyze, and process evidence to solve a simulated crime. Children will collect clues, test and analyze evidence, and come to their own conclusions to solve the caper.

Teaching Engineering with the Help of LEGO Mindstorms EV3

Another course will include use of LEGO Mindstorms EV3 software. Students will construct their own drag racer using visual drag-and-drop programming software. Racers will be programmed to accelerate in response to loud cheering or growl at nearby intruders.

This course will teach students the basics of engineering through trial and error. Students are encouraged to be creative and think critically as to who to build their racer instead of simply placing bricks together. The goal is to expose students to how to use gears, pulleys, and inclined planes.

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