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Maximizing the E in STEM
http://nceatalk.org/2017/06/maximizing-the-e-in-stem-engineering-engagement-enthusiasm-empowerment-and-empathy-in-your-classroom/

PostedTuesday, June 20, 2017 at 9:10 AM

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An article about engineering, engagement, enthusiasm, empowerment, and empathy in your classroom. Written by LinkEngineering member, Ann Kaiser, on her work with ProjectEngin.

Effective use of Engineering in the K-12 classroom can change the learning environment by providing a process and pathway that appeals to varied learners. Engineering truly is the “secret sauce” that can help you develop 21st century learning experiences.

Engineering Design is the process by which we use science and math to create technologies to solve human problems and to meet our needs. It creates engagement through challenges based on real-world issues, answering the age-old question “When am I going to use this?” It fosters enthusiasm for problem solving and creates empathy for the intended end-user. But, most importantly, Engineering empowers young people to focus on solutions not problems. E is the key to creating a STEM culture in your school and your classrooms!

An article about engineering, engagement, enthusiasm, empowerment, and empathy in your classroom. Written by LinkEngineering member, Ann Kaiser, on her work with ProjectEngin.

Effective use of Engineering in the K-12 classroom can change the learning environment by providing a process and pathway that appeals to varied learners. Engineering truly is the “secret sauce” that can help you develop 21st century learning experiences.

Engineering Design is the process by which we use science and math to create technologies to solve human problems and to meet our needs. It creates engagement through challenges based on real-world issues, answering the age-old question “When am I going to use this?” It fosters enthusiasm for problem solving and creates empathy for the intended end-user. But, most importantly, Engineering empowers young people to focus on solutions not problems. E is the key to creating a STEM culture in your school and your classrooms!

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