Girls Exploring Engineering
for students entering grades 6-8 in Fall 2012
Girls Exploring Engineering is for students who want to explore the fun side of engineering through hands on activities such as creating their own hovercraft racer, building an earthquake proof structure, constructing a complete circuit for a dance pad, testing a spacesuit to see if eggstronauts will survive reentry into the earths atmosphere, or designing a roller coaster! Come join us for a week of learning how awesome engineering can be!
Camp Director: Sherry Molde, email@example.com
Sherri Molde is a Gateway to Technology instructor at Hadley Middle School in Wichita, Kansas and a Project Lead the Way, Gateway to Technology Core Trainer for Wichita State University. She has worked in the Wichita Public Schools for the past 20 years where she has taught both elementary and middle school students. Sherri has been in her current position in the technology education department teaching technology for the past 13 years and has been in the PLTW program since 2009.
Sherri enjoys providing hands on activities that aid in making the connections between science, technology, engineering and math with her students. These connections open the door for students to explore a variety of engineering fields.
Sherri earned a Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education from Kansas Newman University and her Master of Arts in Teaching from Friend’s University, both in Wichita, Kansas.