August 26, 2020
What's inside the
September 2020 Issue of
Technology and Engineering Teacher?
Celebrating its 80th publishing year!
LASER MACHINING 3D CHALLENGE
A review of how laser cutters/engravers have been used in one technology and engineering program, not just for 2D designs, but to design and prototype products that have 3D geometry.
SOLVING CONCURRENT AND NONCONCURRENT COPLANAR FORCE SYSTEMS: BALANCING THEORY AND PRACTICE IN THE T&EE CLASSROOM
This article provides a better understanding of an engineering approach to statics involving the terminology, structure, and focus aligned with applying theory to practical hands-on learning activities
ADDRESSING MANUFACTURING SKILLS THROUGH ONLINE AND HYBRID CURRICULUM IN A RURAL REGION
Highlights the importance of using activities that incorporate context-rich STEM project-based learning (PBL).
REACH Challenge: AN ONLINE-READY STEM PROJECT FOR SOCIAL GOOD
Learn how REACH Challenge adapted its curriculum to provide new online teaching resources, while focusing on changing lives and building connections...even during a pandemic.
NEW FEATURE! LET's COLLABORATE: Technology, Literacy, and Teaching During a Pandemic
SAFETY SPOTLIGHT: A Cleaner View of Emergency Shower and Eyewash Station Requirements
NEW FEATURE! TEACHER HIGHLIGHT: Amanda Hough
CLASSROOM CHALLENGE: The Work-at-Home Challenge
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