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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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  • Techbridge: Water Filter

    PostedFebruary 17, 2016

    UpdatedSeptember 26, 2017

    Posted byEmily McLeod

    Students learn about the importance of having clean water and will apply the engineering design process to design, build, and construct a water filter.

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