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TECHNOLOGY AND ENGINEERING TEACHER - WHAT'S IN IT? SEPTEMBER 2019

August 28, 2019

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SEPTEMBER 2019 Issue of

TECHNOLOGY AND ENGINEERING TEACHER

WITH A FOCUS ON

AUTHENTIC LEARNING OPPORTUNITIES

 

FEATURED ARTICLES:

PROMOTING CONSTRUCTION EDUCATION IN K-12 BY USING AN EXPERIENTIAL, STUDENT-CENTERED, STEM-INFUSED CONSTRUCTION UNIT​

How combining construction and STEM education can promote interest and stability in STEM and construction.

ENHANCING STEM LEARNING THROUGH AN INTERDISCIPLINARY, INDUSTRY-GENERATED PROJECT ​

Describes an integrated STEM unit where students worked on a project requiring an interdisciplinary solution authentic to complex problems in the real world.

ENGINEERING DESIGN: ON DISPLAY

Incorporating a real-world project for a business owner created an opportunity for an instructor to provide an "authentic" project for students.

 

FEATURES:

NEW FEATURE! SOCIALLY RELEVANT CONTEXTS: Promoting Mind and Body Fitness by Engaging Students in Active Game Design

NEW FEATURE! WOMEN IN STEM EDUCATION: Yvonne Spicer, DTE

SAFETY SPOTLIGHT: Developing a Culture of Safety through Departmental Planning

CLASSROOM CHALLENGE: Electric Vehicles, Hybrids, and Beyond - Challenging the Status Quo

NEW FEATURE! DESIGN-BASED LEARNING IN THE CLASSROOM: A WINGSUIT Design Challenge

 

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