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This section houses and provides access to all the Link Engineering materials. It is searchable by type of resource and grade level. A search by resource, then grade level, reduces the number of entries identified.

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  • March 11, 2015 STEM Integration in K-12 Education What is STEM? It's the acronym for science, technology, engineering and mathematics. But while kindergarten through 12th grade education usually focuses on science or mathematics in isolation, all four of these disciplines are closely intertwined in the real world. Imagine if K-12 students were taught in ways that highlighted these connections, making their education more relevant to their lives and opening doors to new and exciting careers. Watch this video and tell us what you think! For more information about integrated STEM education, check out the report... Read More
  • March 9, 2015 Untangling Science Inquiry and Engineering Design This article by LE Expert Cary Sneider, Portland State Univesity, explains the similarities and differences in engineering and science practices in the context of the Next Generation Science Standards. Read More
  • February 5, 2016 10 promising practices to interest girls in engineering Ten strategies for recruiting more girls and underrepresented youth into your engineering programs. Read More
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  • March 9, 2015 Informed Design Rubric This rubric, based on research by David Crismond, City College of New York, and Robin Adams, Purdue University, provides guidance to teachers for distinguishing the relative proficiency of student engineering design practices. A much deeper discussion of informed design can be found in The Informed Design Teaching and Learning Matrix, Journal of Engineering Education 101(4): 738-797. Read More
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