Rube Goldberg Collaboration Project

Rube Goldberg Collaboration Project

Collaborative Learning in Secondary STEM

Year 8 students participated in a one-day collaborative project to build Rube Goldberg machines with Year 12 students. The primary objective of this project is to stimulate interest in STEM subjects (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) and to foster a deeper interdisciplinary connection between various concepts in these areas.

The Rube Goldberg Machine project offers numerous benefits for our students. Firstly, it encourages teamwork, as students work in groups to design, build and operate their own unique Rube Goldberg machines. Through this collaborative process, students will develop essential skills in communication, problem-solving, resilience and adaptability. Furthermore, the project will provide an opportunity for students to explore scientific principles in a practical and hands-on manner.

The Rube Goldberg Machine project aims to leave a lasting impression on our students’ educational journey, igniting their curiosity and fostering a passion for STEM subjects.

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