2022 Fall - Engineering with Tinkercad

Engineering with Tinkercad is a STEM driven course designed to teach engineering concepts in a visual project oriented manner. Students will be expected to use their math and basic physics knowledge to simulate real life engineering scenarios across many professions. 


Students will be working on the following projects: 

  • Remote island truss bridge (Forces of gravity and newtons laws)
  • Space shuttle design (Basic aerodynamic shapes and Physics in space)
  • Tinkercad Circuits with ohm's law (Ohms lawPower, voltage, resistance, and electricity)
  • Great Wall of China (Medieval structures and physics)
  • House design
  • and Future City block

Experience in Tinkercad and up to 5th grade math is recommended. 


Andrew Wang

Andrew Wang is a senior attending Novi High school. He has been teaching 3D printing course at mYe for over two years. Currently, he is the president of the world-renowned Novi High School Robotics team, which is one-time world champion and finalist of the world championship for the past 9 consecutive years. Andrew is the Lead CAD instructor for multiple initiatives, including as the lead of his local e-NABLE initiative. e-NABLE operates as a global organization with the goal of 3D printing and distributing prosthetic arms all across the globe. Andrew is the winner the 2018 Maker Student Contest hosted by the Micro Center and also won mYe’s Inspiration Awards for two consecutive years.

COURSE FEATURES

Enrollment Status

Open

Price

$240

Grade

G4-G8

Max Enrollment

8

Dates

September 25, 2022 – December 18, 2022

Time

Every Sunday
10:45 am EST – 12:15 pm EST

Note

No class on 11/27

Location

Online

Duration

12 Weeks