Water Quality in Agriculture at Ridgeland High School presented by Pete Davis, Justin Carruth, and Robert Wallace.
At 9 am this Friday (April 28) D2D@GT will be hosting a ½ hour to 45-minute videoconferencing interaction with Captain Barrington Irving. In 2007, at the age of 23, Captain Irving became the youngest pilot to fly solo around the world in a single-engine airplane. Over the course of his 97-day journey, he flew 30,000 miles in a plane called the “Inspiration.” He made this trip to show other youth that if he could achieve his dream, they could too. The Flying Classroom combines air, land, and sea expeditions with a digital curriculum in to engage children around the world in STEM opportunities.
This interaction is for both teachers and students. We will be starting promptly at 9 am and the URL for connecting to this Zoom interaction is: https://zoom.us/j/9915845362.
Please join us. We look forward to seeing you and your students there.
The CAG team will start looking at how to analyze and visualize the data that is being stored. There should be about 3-7 days worth of data and about 2 weeks left for the students to initiate changes in their algae plants.
Matthew Huber from Algae Research Supply will present a 15-20 minute talk at the beginning of the session about algae and the factors that affect its growth and what to expect from their sensors.
Presented by Jessica Pater, Georgia Tech Research Institute.
Lego robotics, Computer Science, and math connections presented by Chris Thompson, Associate Director of Technology & Student Activities with the Center for Education Integrating Science, Mathematics and Computing (CEISMC).
Presented by the Georgia Tech School of Literature, Media and Communication.