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EngineerGOOD: Engineering Solutions and Developing Global Competence

  At ProjectEngin, we view the inclusion of Engineering Design practices and thinking in STEM classes as being a critical component in the development of creative and collaborative problem solving skills. But very few problems occur in isolation and even … Continue reading

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Embracing the E: Why Engineering Should be Part of Your Classroom

  The Top 5 E-Reasons Engagement: Engineering is the process that brings the built world into existence. And that is very much the world that our students live in. Activities that challenge young people to do things differently and better … Continue reading

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Where Do You Teach?

We are all beginning to understand that we live in a world that is incredibly connected, a world where local actions affect global situations and vice versa. Educators are acutely aware that the future is a moving target, made increasingly … Continue reading

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Is STEM Another Box? Blur the lines and remove the walls!

In the world of education there is an increasing call for more STEM initiatives. It is often accompanied by the recitation of shortages of qualified candidates for STEM fields. But are we really identifying the true need and the best … Continue reading

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Building a Better World

In an earlier post, I mentioned a project my Engineering classes did this year concerning stormproof housing. I have had a lot of positive feedback from other teachers at various workshops and presentations concerning this project. I think the positive … Continue reading

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