Freking gives Speedometry demo on Denver’s KWGN TV

DR. FRED FREKING, USC Rossier Associate Professor of Clinical Education

Dr. Frederick Freking

USC Rossier’s Fred Freking recently gave a demonstration of the “Speedometry” curriculum on Denver’s KWGN Channel 2. In a segment dubbed “How using hot wheels can teach kids about technology and science,” Freking conducted a physics experiment using two Hot Wheels ramps and a few toy cars.

A free-to-use science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) curriculum for elementary age students, “Speedometry” emphasizes hands-on discovery and learning. The project is a collaboration between USC Rossier and the Mattel Children’s Foundation.

>Watch the interview with KWGN’s Tom Green