Request for Access: ITEEA Dream Ride Go Baby Go Style
Go Baby Go! (GBG) is an international grassroots open source movement focused on real time, real world solutions for mobility. The movement began at the University of Delaware with Dr. Cole Galloway. The mission of GBG is focused on the concept that mobility is a human right. The program thrives on disruptive innovation, academic research and community outreach that provide social mobility experiences which create opportunities for independence and self expression.

This package is the transformation of the ‘best of GBG’ into a STEM project for middle and high school classrooms and clubs. Dr. Galloway and colleagues provided recommendations to ITEEA on incorporating modified ride on cars as part of STEM/STEAM curriculum. The recommendations were gathered from multiple sources within and outside of GBG Chapters.
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Providing modified ride on cars to children and clinics in your community requires commitment, knowledge and collaborations that expand on the typical STEM/STEAM curriculum. As outlined throughout the curriculum, these recommendations are only guidelines. These recommendations are not a substitute for engineering oversight, safety and liability awareness or medical advice. This guide contains additional information on these topics. Engineering sign off is required at a minimum of 2 phases of the process. First is completion of the signed agreement on user centered design principles. Second is the final sign off on electrical and structural safety. Sample forms are included in the course guide. Many programs require that preliminary testing be conducted by an engineer prior to a final checkout. By typing your initials into the field below, you are indicating that you understand the risks inherent in laboratory settings and will take every reasonable precaution to ensure the safety of students, colleagues, and community participants. *
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