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Common Core + Next Gen Pioneer: Mike Wierusz
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X5NcKTWIhW0

PostedMonday, March 9, 2015 at 5:04 PM

Updated09/24/2017

This video from washingtonstem.org shows high school engineering teacher Mike Wierusz and his students reflecting on the engineering design process.

For the first time, engineering is a part of science standards in Washington. Mike Wierusz, an engineer-turned-teacher, is tackling them head on in his classes at Inglemoor High School. Supported by College Spark, this is the first of six stories about teachers pioneering Common Core State Standards and Next Generation Science Standards in their classroom. Read the full story at washingtonstem.org/stem-in-action

This video from washingtonstem.org shows high school engineering teacher Mike Wierusz and his students reflecting on the engineering design process.

For the first time, engineering is a part of science standards in Washington. Mike Wierusz, an engineer-turned-teacher, is tackling them head on in his classes at Inglemoor High School. Supported by College Spark, this is the first of six stories about teachers pioneering Common Core State Standards and Next Generation Science Standards in their classroom. Read the full story at washingtonstem.org/stem-in-action

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  • Consultant, Advisor for STEM Next Opportunity Fund, Founder of Techbridge Girls
    Posted Sunday, November 29, 2015 at 2:27 PM
    Clear messaging on engineering
    I like the video that includes the voices and perspectives of youth. Mike Wierusz communicates well on what engineering is all about; he and his students describe the integrated work involving arts, communication, and design. This helps bring in a more diverse group of students and allows them to ...
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