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

October 02, 2019

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Here's a Sample of What's Available in the

OCTOBER 2019 Issue of

TECHNOLOGY AND ENGINEERING TEACHER

 

WITH A SPECIAL INSERT:

ITEEA'S REACH CHALLENGE

 

FEATURED ARTICLES:

INSPIRING INNOVATION THROUGH ENGINEERING DESIGN AND IDEATION

A lesson plan and classroom challenge that emphasize innovating through both engineering design and ideation.

THE CRUMBLE: INTEGRATING COMPUTER SCIENCE THROUGH ENGINEERING DESIGN

The authors share how the inexpensive Crumble can help integrate programming, electronics, and other STEM concepts to help solve designed world challenges.

RE-ENGINEERING THE CONFLICT: STEM IN THE ENGLISH CLASSROOM

What happens when English students are asked to re-engineer conflicts in common works of literature and then design a prototype solution to their new conflicts?

THE LEGACY PROJECT: JAMES J. BUFFER, JR.

The Legacy Project focuses on the lives and actions of leaders who have forged our profession into what it is today.

 

FEATURES:

NEW FEATURE! WOMEN IN STEM EDUCATION: Sharon A. Brusic

PREMIER PD: Action Research

CLASSROOM CHALLENGE: Fashion Design Challenge

NEW FEATURE! DESIGN-BASED LEARNING IN THE CLASSROOM: What Goes Up, Must Come Down

 

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