Tag Archives: Singapore

Tackling the Assessment Elephant

At ProjectEngin, we have conducted many workshops designed to help teachers begin the process of incorporating Engineering Design practices and thinking into their classrooms and curriculum. And we are generally successful in terms of creating engagement, enthusiasm, and commitment to … Continue reading

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The Tyranny of Testing

During June, I presented at a large conference in Singapore (TC2014) and conducted a hands on workshop for a much smaller audience of international teachers at the MIT SEPT program (Science and Engineering Program for Teachers). I was struck by … Continue reading

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Full Circle

I began this journey more than thirty years ago. I graduated from Columbia University with a BS in Metallurgy/Materials Science and a Masters (MIA) in International Affairs. I was the first student in a joint program between the School of … Continue reading

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