STEM 프로젝트

STEM 프로젝트

PTC 엔지니어와 교육 전문가 팀이 수업에 활용할 수 있는 모델 교육과정을 설계했습니다. 각 프로젝트는 탐색-제작-공유 프레임워크로 구성되었으며, 학습 계획과 학생용 자료, 3D 모델이 포함됩니다.

각 프로젝트는 학생과 관련된 설계 과제에 초점을 맞추고 있습니다. 교사 가이드는 수업 계획과 기타 수업 지침이 포함됩니다. 학생 가이드는 워크시트와 정보 자료 등 학생들에게 제공할 리소스 모음입니다. 3D 모델은 Creo View를 수업에 활용하기 위해 사용 가능한 가상 모델입니다.


NEW! Digital Robotics Curriculum


The Digital Robotics Curriculum includes a Beginner & Advanced edition that introduces students to the world of robotics through the lens of design, CAD, programming, and real world STEM education. The Beginner edition is suited for middle and high school, and the Advanced edition is recommended for high school. Both projects cover science, engineering, ELA, and other subject-area standards.


Biomimicry Primer (Grades 3-6)


The Biomimicry Primer is an introductory unit on how nature can inspire technology innovation. Students explore examples of biomimicry and participate in a brief design challenge where they apply nature’s strategies in a hands-on, interactive activity. This unit is recommended as a first step for classrooms implementing other Biomimicry projects.


Biomimicry Spacesuit Project (Grades 3-12)


The Spacesuit Project challenges student to create Mars spacesuits inspired by plant adaptations. Students learn about Mars climate, spacesuit design, and plant adaptations. Using this knowledge they create new spacesuit concepts and summarize their work with a Design Brief. This integrated curriculum focuses on biology, earth and space science, and engineering/technology subject areas.


Maslow’s Mars Project (Grades 5-8)



Biomimicry FIRST Project (Grades 9-12)


The Biomimicry FIRST project is an extension activity for teachers implementing Textrix & First Tech Challenge (FTC) activities. This activity challenges students to build a robot design inspired by animal adaptation in nature. This integrated curriculum focuses on technology/engineering, robotics, and biology.


Biomimicry Glider Project (Grades 9-12)


The Biomimicry Glider Project challenges students to design gliders inspired by birds. Students learn about glider history, aerodynamics, and bird adaptations and apply this knowledge to their glider designs. This integrated curriculum focuses on technology/engineering, history, and biology.