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  • 8 Great Videos to Teach the Engineering Design Process

    PostedMay 14, 2019

    UpdatedMay 14, 2019

    Posted byEric Iversen

    http://start-engineering.com/start-engineering-now/2019/4/3/8-great-videos-to-te...

    Videos about the engineering design process can make an abstract, seemingly vague topic into something interesting and fun for students to learn about and apply. These 8 videos run the gamut of approach and emphasis, but all deliver a useful, engaging treatment of the issue. There’s something here for all ages, from elementary to high school.

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