Mobile engineering education lab
Our engineering students bring grade-appropriate, interactive lessons to your classroom. The Mobile Engineering Education Lab, or ME2L, program trains University engineering students to foster your students’ curiosity about engineering topics through engaging activities.
Please take the following into account when scheduling your lesson:
Due to demand and limited lesson availability, we ask that teachers sign up for no more than two lessons per semester. If you surpass two lessons in one semester, we reserve the right to cancel any subsequent lessons.
Due to our engineering student-teachers' schedules, all lesson requests are tentative until final confirmation is sent two weeks prior to the lesson date. Occasionally our students' schedules change, and although we do our best to give as much notice as possible, we ask that you understand if we may need to reschedule or cancel an appointment.
Looking for a hands-on opportunity for students to explore programming?
The Discovery Museum and the Mobile Engineering Education Lab have teamed up to offer educators a unique multi-lesson experience. First, take a field trip to the Discovery Museum where students will learn how to program sequences to navigate a robot. Next, our ME2L students will come to your classroom to build upon the skills developed during your museum field trip. Students will expand on programming sequences to programming loops in order to make the robot complete more complex tasks.
For more information or to book your field trip, please contact Kevin Perez at firstname.lastname@example.org or 775-398-5954