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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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  • PostedFebruary 1, 2021

    UpdatedFebruary 1, 2021

    Posted byBrittany Pomponio

    https://router-admin.net/articles/computer-games-experiments

    How does STEM improve student learning? It encourages students to develop in-demand skill sets. It also allows students to learn what makes them passionate and encourages them to learn more about things that interest them independently. Here are a variety of STEM resources available online.

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  • PostedJanuary 19, 2020

    UpdatedJanuary 19, 2020

    Posted byRebecca Humbarger

    Students will learn what semiconductors are, how they can be altered, or doped, and what they are used to make. They they will research one type of electronic component which is primarily composed of semiconductors, and make a poster displaying what the part is, what it looks like, how it looks in cross-section, and how it is used in a circuit.

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