Other DELTA STEM Badges to earn
These badges listed below can be obtained in addition to monthly badge challenges or as independent achievements. (example: if you create an instrument for your monthly challenge, you will also be awarded an instrument badge). Most of these will be completed in school, like the science participant, just for working hard in class, but if you would like to do more you can do any of these listed on this page.
CODE.org is a site we use to learn computer coding. You will be assigned lessons from a course and although we will not be able to get all lessons completed in class, you can work on these lessons at home to increase your skill and, when done, obtain a badge.
You provided evidence in journal and in class work time of willingness to iterate, or to think of new ideas, within your group.
Iteration Expert: You showed evidence of working through at least 3 or more ideas. Your classmates or your journal will show evidence of your ideas.
Home Maker Project
You have provided evidence in a blog or video log of completing a home Maker project.Paper Airplane
this is a fabrication (follow the directions) project, but if you attempt it you can get a badge as it is not always as easy as it looks! There are also many other paper airplane how-to videos on YouTube. Can you find a better video to help you build a better airplane?
You made a fantastic failure after trying out your idea! WOOT, WOOT!Science Participant
You provided evidence in class time of working through your science project.Science Expert
You provided evidence in a blog or video-log of working through at least 3 or more science projects outside school or in open lab.
You provided evidence in journal and in class work time of willingness to participate in the engineering challenge within your group.
You provided evidence in a blog or video-log of working through at least 3 or more science projects outside school.Scratch Participant
You created a purposeful simple project in Scratch.Scratch Master Gamer
You and/or your team created a complex game: scoring, 2+ or more levels, 2+ drawn sprites and detailed set of instructions.Instrument Master
Using Makey Makey and Scratch you or your team created a new kind of instrument. Provided evidence of your creative process (the choices you made) in a blog, journal or video logRobot Participant:
You successfully worked with your team members to finish the robot challenge in class.Robot Master:You, or your team, successfully created an amazing robot! Provided evidence of your creative process (the choices you made) in a blog, journal or video log.