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  • August 26, 2016 Online K-12 Engineering Education The next generation of innovators is sitting in your classroom. Are you ready to ignite innovation? The Online K-12 Engineering Education (OKEE) Certificate Program empowers teachers to bring hands-on engineering to their students. Over the course of 18 months, participants take four courses that help them to learn engineering content and teaching and learning practices that foster hands-on learning. Offered completely online and asynchronously, this graduate-level program provides teachers with a kit of materials to engage in open-ended design projects at their kitchen table to build their own engineering knowledge. Participants also spend time interacting with colleagues, looking at student work, and building a community and network that will extend beyond the program. Upon completion of the program, participants have a new set of knowledge, new resources to use in their classrooms, and new approaches to empower their teaching. Read More
  • May 11, 2016 Engineering Innovation and Entrepreneurship This video lesson introduces students to the worlds of engineering innovation and entrepreneurship. It seeks to encourage students to see the world with a fresh perspective for innovation through interactive classroom brainstorming activities and real life stories. Students will build self-efficacy in their own entrepreneurial potential by developing their perspective for innovation, developing a prototype solution for a problem they have recognized, and delivering an elevator pitch. The video will familiarize students with all the steps in the innovation process: from conception to launch. By the end of this lesson, students will be prepared for an optional long-term innovation project (see below). There are no formal prerequisites for this video; any high school or advanced middle school student can participate in and benefit from this video’s learning activities. The video and learning activities can be completed in one 55-minute class period. Students can interact with MIT BLOSSOMS Read More
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