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A quick Internet search will yield lots of activities, lessons, and even curriculum programs that incorporate engineering into preK-12 education. But which ones work? And how do you get started? This section helps answer those questions.

Browse through activity and lesson reviews, get expert advice on methods, and see examples of what worked (and didn’t) in educational settings around the country.

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Pre K-12
  • PostedFebruary 18, 2019

    UpdatedFebruary 18, 2019

    Posted byLinda Kekelis

    Girls want to make the world a better place. Engineers are doing just that. Imagine if girls understood their potential for engineering solutions for clean water, safe streets, or accessible technologies. Imagine if parents understood their potential in making these dreams come to life. This blog offers five ideas to empower parents on Introduce Their Girl to Engineering Day and the days and weeks after.

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  • Using Grand Challenges as a Framework to Change the World

    PostedJanuary 22, 2019

    UpdatedJanuary 28, 2019

    Posted byLauren Kelly

    Opening its doors in 2013, The STEM Academy at Bartlett is a public school in Savannah, Georgia that provides an innovative and rigorous educational experience for middle school students by cultivating an environment of engagement, exploration, and creativity. The integration of technology, specifically a 1:1 iPad program, forward-thinking research-based practices, and problem-based learning has revolutionized teaching and learning at The STEM Academy. Sound instructional practices and a deliberate approach to curriculum integration form the basis for recognition from a number of organizations, including first whole-school STEM certified middle school by the Georgia Department of Education, second whole-school STEAM certified middle school in Georgia, Distinguished Breakout School by the Georgia Association of School Psychologists, Apple Distinguished School, Georgia Lighthouse School to Watch, and National Forum School to Watch.

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  • PostedJanuary 21, 2019

    UpdatedJanuary 21, 2019

    Posted bySUMAR Lee

    The raw material is rolled seamless round tube, pipe cutting through the growth of the embryo to the degree of cutting machine is about one meter of the blank, and by conveyor belt to the furnace heating. The billet is fed into the heating furnace, the temperature is about 1200 degrees Celsius. Fuel is hydrogen or acetylene. Furnace temperature control is the key issue.

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  • PostedJanuary 13, 2019

    UpdatedJanuary 13, 2019

    Posted byShelley Latham

    On January 10, 2019, LinkEngineering hosted a Video Conversation with Melissa Ballard and Gina Navoa Svarovski on Expanding Engineering Education with Out-of-School Time Learning. Here is a list of resources they compiled for Informal STEM Education that includes research, partnerships, activities, professional development and more.

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