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Tronix Team visits Atlanta!

Tronix Team traveled to Atlanta, Georgia this June to present at the K-12 Educators workshop for the annual American Society of Engineering Educators conference.  Participants learned about Tronix Team’s three levels of programming – Motors & Magnets, Circuit Games, and … Continue reading

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Tronix Tuesdays Finale!

Over the last school year Tronix Tuesdays had a group of 25 students participate over our 28-week long program year.  We built and wired houses, created robots, flew kites, designed electric marble mazes, and learned Morse code, among tens of … Continue reading

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Tronix Team wraps up 2012-2013 School Year

Thanks to all of our community partners who helped make another successful year of Tronix Team programming!  Over the 2012-2013, Tronix Team teachers worked with 225 students in 1st-8th grade to complete 20 different projects.  This number doesn’t even include … Continue reading

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Tronix Best of: Cardboard Costumes

Tronix Tuesdays students rise to the challenge of creating something wearable out of recycled materials.

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Tronix Tuesdays builds the “world’s largest circuit”!

3rd, 4th, and 5th graders competed in our Tuesday night program to use what they know about circuits and conductors to build the world’s largest circuit.  Our winning circuit was 6 yards long and incorporated 14 different conductors of electricity!

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Tronix Tuesdays starts again!

Don’t let your kids miss out of this great opportunity!  Open to 3rd-5th graders throughout the school year.  Space is limited!

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Motors and Magnets at Freedom School

1st and 2nd graders at Park Avenue Youth and Family Services’ Freedom School spent a week learning about motors and magnets.  We learned what a magnet is and made compasses, electromagnets, fans, and a surprise present – the bird in … Continue reading

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