Providing a Better Future through Education- Science, Technology, Engineering, Math
A not-for-profit foundation that operates in the public interest to encourage a prosperous, sustainable future through education and experience in engineering, science, technology and innovation.
The foundation believes that technological advances should be driven by the needs of humanity and that an inspired knowledge of science, engineering and technology can positively influence quality of life, career options for young people, and the prospects of future generations.
Because life’s inspirations begin in childhood, the foundation will support children in their discovery, appreciation and enjoyment of science and technology by providing resources, experiences and learning opportunities.
Classes are for Adult Beginners. These classes are financed by a CROP grant which means no cost to students!
Friday 11th, 6pm-7pm, Intro to Google @ Hunter Tannersville Central School Monday 21st, 6pm-7pm, Intro to Google @ Numann Technology Center
Tuesday 5th, 6pm-7pm, Intro to Google @ Charlotte Valley School Wednesday 6th, 6pm-7pm, Intro to Word Processing @ Andes Central School Friday 8th, 6pm-7pm, Intro to Word Processing @ Hunter Tannersville Central School Wednesday 13th, 6pm-7pm, Intro to Google @ Jefferson Central School (pending approval)
Tuesday 3rd, 6pm-7pm, Intro to Spreadsheets @ Charlotte Valley School Thursday 5th, 6pm-7pm, Intro to Google @ Andes Central School Monday 9th, 6pm-7pm, Intro to Spreadsheets @ Numann Technology Center Wednesday 11th, 6pm-7pm, Intro to Word Processing @ Jefferson Central School (pending approval) Friday 13th, 6pm-7pm, Intro to Spreadsheets @ Hunter Tannersville Central School
Intro to Word Processing
This class will provide an introduction to the word processing program,
Microsoft Word. Learn how to create a simple document, edit and format
text, correct spelling errors, and adjust the margins. Class will also
cover how to save, print, and open files.
Intro to Spreadsheets
will provide an introduction to the spreadsheets program, Microsoft
Excel. This course introduces basic spread sheet design and development.
Topics include writing basic formulas, using functions, enhancing
spread sheets, and printing. Upon completion, students should be able to
design and print basic spread sheets. Class will also cover how to
save, print, and open files.
Intro to Google
This is a
class for beginners. Topics covered in the course include: Google
collaboration and the sharing of information online, Google Documents,
Google Spreadsheets, Google Forms, Google Presentations and Google
sharing and other tips on how to use Google Docs. This Class will be of
great interest to business professionals and individuals who would like
to know how to use Google Docs to help improve productivity. Google Docs
is fast becoming one of the world’s most popular online tools. If you
are not aware of Google Docs, here is your opportunity to learn some new
It’s Minecraft Mania at the Numann Center! Minecraft is one of
the mostly widely played video games in the world. In
this week, campers use the ever popular Minecraft video game to build their own
worlds, solve puzzles and use redstone to create interactive gaming elements. Campers work both individually and together in large teams to
take on each day’s exciting new challenges. The days will include various
building contests, crafting challenges, outdoor activities, and team competitions
and develop their own playable world. Newcomers and experienced Minecraft players
are welcome! Come and try a game of Creeper tag with us.
Lego Building Camp This Summer! Dream It. Build It. Wreck It. Repeat.
This Summer you can come to Lego Engineering Camp at Numann Technology Center.
Develop and enhance students' problem solving and critical thinking skills
Expose children to concepts and vocabulary of Engineering, Architecture and Physics
Provide an opportunity to have a great time with a terrific and versatile building system
Our Pre-Engineering summer camps are primarily focused on BUILDING techniques.
It. Build It. Wreck It. Repeat.
Kids are already naturally gifted
creators. Then they get added inspiration from our specially trained
instructors. They dive into our massive collections of LEGO®. And while
they build elaborate objects, structures and vehicles, they explore
fundamental principles of engineering and physics. They also learn to
collaborate and create without fear of mistakes. The experience is
joyful, the impact long-lasting. One week workshop for students 3th-8th grades. 8:30am - 12 noon. $50 per student include snacks each day. For more information email email@example.com today. Limited spots available. Reserve your space today! Instructor - Jenn Schuman Two Sessions Session One - June 22-26, 2015 Session Two- July 20-24, 2015