Welcome to 6th Grade Technology Class
An Introduction to Design and Innovation
As of 6:30 am, on tuesday, May 28, the State Intercounty final for Junior Solar Sprints scheduled for TODAY is ON. Please check back regularly, particularly the night before, and morning of the event for updates that will be posted should anything change. Also check here for any news http://www.transoptions.org/?p=junior-solar-sprints. Unless this website says otherwise, assume the event is on. Please arrive a little early in order to board the bus as soon as possible. Be sure to remember to bring a lunch, water bottle, and sun screen. There will be AM lab hours starting at 7:30 for any students or groups who need to make last minutes changes or modifications to cars or design portfolios.
Solar Car research resources
In class powerpoint on key concepts and subsystems - here
Want something new, that you haven't seen in class - click here
More of a visual person - http://http://www.transoptions.org/?p=schools-photo-video-library
More Pictures?! - http://www.icsd.k12.ny.us/dewitt/teched/jss.html
PLEASE NOTE THAT IF THE BOTTOM TWO LINKS DO NOT WORK FOR YOU, THEY ARE IN THE HELPFUL RESOURCES SECTION OF THIS PAGE, AND THE LINKS THERE SHOULD WORK!
Still want more - Check out the class resources section for even more documents and information about the project
Students and Parents: Wondering what Livingston Technology Education is all about? Check out this video to get an idea about what it means to be a student of technology in the middle school and later grades.
"Without the continuous development and creative use of new technologies, society may limit its capacity for survival and for working toward a world in which the human species is at peace with itself and its environment."
- Science for All Americans
Teacher - Mr. Sadiwnyk (Mr. "S")
Email - ASadiwnyk@Livingston.org
Phone - 973-535-8000 ex. 8925
Availability - 8 am to 4 pm by appointment (Clarification and reinforcement support can be scheduled any day period 9, before and after school as needed)
Last Modified on May 28, 2013