Sjolander, Christopher

Welcome to my web page!  I provide some basic info on this page, but most of the student content can only be accessed through the Google Classroom website.  Each student can login to the Google Classroom using their Wando login credentials.  Google Classroom can be found using the Chrome browser.  

Teacher Resume:
BS Mechanical Engineering
MS Automotive Systems Engineering
BS Secondary Education

US Navy Veteran (Radioman, Second Class, Honorable Discharge)
DENSO International America (Climate Control Engineer)
Ford Motor Company (Design and Release, Project Manager)
Charleston County School District
   Wando High School (Physical Science) Jan 2008 - Jun 2008
   North Charleston High School (Physical Science) Aug 2008 - Jun 2009
   Cario Middle School (Gateway to Technology-Pre-Engineering) Aug 2009 - Jun 2013
   Wando High School (PLTW Pathways to Engnieering) Aug 2013 - Present


Contact Information

 Phone:  843-849-2830 x 24054
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 Office Hours:
 Tuesday and Thursday, 7:45 - 8:15, or by appointment.

Courses Taught

PLTW Introduction to Engineering Design Login

Introduction to Engineering Design is an introductory course that develops student problem solving skills with emphasis placed on the development of three-dimensional computer models.  Students will learn a problem solving design process and how it is used to design products.  A Computer Aided Design (CAD) software program will be used to create, analyze, and evaluate the designs.  The techniques learned and equipment used is state of the art and currently being used by engineers throughout the country.  

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             PLTW Principles of Engineering 

Principles of Engineering is a broad-based survey course designed to provide exposure to a variety of engineering topics and systems. Students’ problem solving skills will be enhanced through application of the design process. Hands-on projects include design and construction of a compound simple machine, a virtual bridge, a computer controlled marble sorter, and a ping pong ball launcher. These projects provide “real world” applications of the engineering theory taught as part of the class. Topics include simple machines and gears, fluid systems, control systems, electrical systems, statics, strength of materials, thermodynamics, and kinematics. Successful completion of this course meets the computer science requirement for graduation.

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