Duluth Middle students use STEM concepts to build solar-, battery-powered cars

Duluth Middle sixth grade STEM students participated in a car challenge on Tuesday where a battery- or solar-powered car they built competed against classmates’ cars. The students were asked to research which energy resource would be the best choice for a community to invest in. Students compared renewable and non-renewable resources and identified best practices to conserve energy and reduce pollution in the environment. Science and language arts classes researched and wrote essays defending th

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Project-based Learning at its best.

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