Electricity and Electronics (Voc. Sci II)

$250.00

Grade 5-11, Wednesdays, 11:00am to 12:15pm from Nov 30 to Feb 15 (minus Dec 21 and 28).
In this course we will learn the fundamentals of electricity, including voltage, current, power, and ohms law. How electricity is generated and controlled. We will explore electric circuits, household wiring, and the difference between digital and analog electronics.

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Class Goals (Winter – Electricity and Electronics):

For Part II of Vocational Science at the LFC, we’re tackling an introduction to electricity and electronics. Students will learn the fundamentals of electricity, including voltage, current, power, and ohms law. How electricity is generated and controlled. We will explore electric circuits, household wiring, the difference between digital and analog electronics, plus…:

  • Inductance, capacitance, resistance
  • The basics of DC circuits, including series, parallel, and series-parallel.
  • Fundamental components that control electricity, their applications, and their associated symbols.

The Winter Program is 10 Weeks, beginning on Wed Nov 30, and ending on Wed Feb 15 (Off the week before and the week after Christmas).  From 11:00am to 12:15pm. Ages 10-17 (~Grades 5 to 11).


 Your Instructor:

Paul Gernhardt

Long-time change agent and consultant, Paul has been repeatedly asked to provide broad-based mentoring of individuals and organizations in the personal, religious, and professional realms. He is an accomplished private pilot, scuba diver, performer, skier, and bicyclist.

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