EiE – STEM Skool, Inc.

Spring 2019

STEM Skool Pre-K to 8th Grade Science + Engineering Classes in Charlotte, NC.

STEM Skool hosts weekly science, engineering and coding classes for Pre-K to 8th grade students in Charlotte, NC.

This Winter we’ll be studying Electricity and Electrical Engineering in a 10-week session running from Wednesday, March 6th to Friday, May 10th.

All classes meet at the SouthPark Microsoft Store located at 4400 Sharon Rd. Charlotte, NC 28211.

See specific dates and meeting times below.

Enrollment Fee: $159.

Register for Spring 2019 Science + Engineering Classes:

Primary Science + Engineering: Grades Pre-K & K. Wednesdays from March 6th – May 8th. 2 pm – 3:30 pm. Register Here.

Elementary Science + Engineering: Grades 1-3. Fridays from March 8th – May 10th. 9 am – 10:30 am. Register Here.

Junior Science + Engineering: Grades 4-8.* Fridays from March 8th – May 10th. 11 am – 12:30 pm. Register Here.

PreK-8 Science + Engineering Spring 2019

Electricity and Electrical Engineering

Unit Overview

(From EiE.org)

How do electrical circuits work?

The lessons in this unit will get students thinking like electrical engineers, starting with the storybook A Reminder for Emily, about a girl living in the Australian outback who needs an alarm to remind her when it’s time for chores around the ranch.


The hands-on activities in this unit reinforce science concepts including conductors and insulators, schematic diagrams, and circuits. For the final engineering design challenge, students plan, create, and improve their own alarm circuit.

Integrating Science & Engineering with Other Subject Areas

Our science and engineering classes are centered on comprehensive unit studies that support lessons in English Language Arts, Social Studies, World Geography, and Mathematics.

Literacy: Each unit comes with a storybook that includes resources that allow the integration of literacy, including comprehension questions and vocabulary handouts, and ideas for how students can practice their writing skills.

Social Studies: Every storybook is set in a different country around the world; the child protagonists in the storybooks come from varied backgrounds and/or have different abilities. So, as the storybooks set the scene for the engineering design challenge, they also make connections to geography and culture, with supporting resources like glossaries and maps.

Mathematics: As students collect data and work through their engineering design challenge, they use math skills and concepts.

About the Instructor

This class will be taught by STEM Skool, Inc. founder, Ge Imoudu. Ge holds a B.S. in Science, Technology and Society from Stanford University and an M.S. in Engineering from Tulane University. She was an engineering project manager for over 10 years before developing and facilitating STEM classes for kids in Charlotte, N.C.