Designing for Disaster presented by National Building Museum
Please select the trips that you would like to attend this spring. (Reminder: The Collaborative is implementing a lottery based system and will assign trips equitably based on a random lottery assignment.) NOTE: Select only the dates that align with your school's schedule. The DC Collaborative team will be assigning them and booking transportation right away.

Due to the high demand, please limit your choices to your top preferences that best match your curricular goals. For more information on the individual trips, you may refer to the Arts and Humanities for Every Student Catalogue, which has descriptions as well as information on grade levels and curriculum connections.

DESIGNING FOR DISASTER (March Lottery)
Presented by: National Building Museum
In this hands-on investigation, students will learn how buildings can be built to withstand the force of an earthquake. They will experience the engineering design process by investigating existing structural engineering ideas, then working in groups, students will design, construct, and test model buildings using a shake table. After analyzing how their structures performed, students will consider how they could improve their designs.
Date: 5/9/2017, 5/25/2017
Time: 12:30 PM
Length of Event: 2 hours
Location: National Building Museum
401 F St NW,
Washington, DC 20001
Discipline: Civics/Social Studies/History/Geography, Visual Arts
Curriculum Connections: Architecture/Urban Studies, Technology, History & Geography, Science,
Grades: 6-12

Chaperone Note: Requires 4 adults for every 30 students. For groups larger than 30 students, 8 adults are required.

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