SES course offerings are constantly changing as we develop new courses to meet specific needs of our customers. If you have a need for a course not listed and products from other companies don't meet your needs, we are happy to help you create the course you want and need for your students.
SES offers a variety of curriculum solutions for late elementary, middle, and high school.
SES curriculum can be purchased as individual units. Choose from an individual unit lasting a few weeks, a course lasting a semester or a year, or a three-year program.
SES curriculum includes a site license of the digital curriculum as well as all required equipment and materials.
SES units include science and technology content; guided, hands-on, lab activities; and open-ended challenges.
Students in the SES curriculum demonstrate their understanding of the concepts presented by creating projects, building models, designing tests, conducting tests, writing reports, and presenting oral reports.
SES curriculum is designed for a teacher-directed classroom and can be customized by the teacher.
Professional development is provided at your school.
SES provides complete courses and shorter individual units 3-6 weeks in length.
SES also offers custom curriculum solutions to fit your schools specific needs.
SES offers one semester and one year courses in:
- Chemical Engineering
- Electrical Engineering
- Mechanical Engineering
- Manufacturing Engineerin...
Students collect various types of data through measurement, observation, and survey. Students organize the data into tables and graphs. Students write and pre...
Students explore the basics of digital photography and the optical principles that make it possible. Students take, download, and edit digital pictures. Digital...
Students explore the basics of video production and related optical principles. Students storyboard, capture, download, and edit digital videos. Major equipment...
Students explore and apply basic scientific principles related to electricity and electrical current. Students use magnets to generate an electric current, bui...
Students explore and apply basic scientific principles related to electricity and electrical current. Students explore magnets and use magnets to explore magne...
Students explore kinetic and potential energy. Students conduct tests to measure and calculate the amount of kinetic and potential energy in various situations....
In the Engineering Design course, students us SolidWorks and Cosmos to learn the design process, CADD, 3-D modeling, and design analysis.
Students design produ...
This high school environmental science course covers various aspects of the environments including the air, earth, and water. Students explore the environment a...
Students explore Newton’s Laws of Motion. Students conduct experiments to measure gravitational forces, frictional forces, and force produced by simple machine...
Students explore forces, density, buoyancy, and marine craft design. Students construct marine craft to meet various criteria. Students also design, build, an...
Students explore atomic and molecular structure. Students build atomic and molecular models. Students also study properties of various types of matter includi...
Students learn how to accurately measure length, volume, and mass. They are also taught the difference between mass and weight. Students calculate density. Stud...
Students explore simple machines and Newton’s Laws of Motion. Students design, build, and test mousetrap vehicles with various design specifications. Students...
Students explore multimedia authoring techniques and strategies. Students explore various types of media and how they can be combined for optimum impact. Major ...
Students explore forces related to flight and the Bernoulli Principle. Students design, build, and test airfoils, gliders, and rubber-band powered airplanes. ...
Students explore formal solving strategies such as the D.E.A.L. method. Students apply formal and informal problem strategies to a variety of STEM challenges. S...
Students explore projectile motion, forces related to flight, and Newton’s Laws of Motion. Students design, construct, and test straw rockets to determine how ...
Students are given various technological challenges. The students conduct scientific tests related to each challenge. Students use scientific principles and t...
Students explore solar energy, solar cells, motors, and gears. Students test solar cells to determine the amount of voltage and current produced by solar cells...
Students in the STEM 1 course explore science, techology, engineering, and mathematical principles related to four different subject areas. The standard four ST...
Students in the STEM 2 course spend one semester in each of two of the STEM 1 areas of study. STEM 2 incorporates more advanced math and science. Algebra 1 and...
Students in the STEM 3 course focus on a single field of study covered in STEM 1 and STEM 2. Students solve advanced problems in the field. Students will spend ...
Students study static forces, types of structures, and material strength. Students research various types of bridges, dams, and towers. Students build and test ...
Students use the Internet to research technological advances and issues in such areas as agriculture, biotechnology, the environment, and medicine. Students lea...
Students explore Newton’s Laws of Motion, forces, ballast, momentum, and propulsion. Students design and build water bottle rockets. Students test the effects...
Students explore the properties of light, sound, and mechanical waves. Students determine the frequency and amplitude of mechanical waves. Students observe th...