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TEACHING STEM THROUGH TECHNOLOGY: SERVING MARGINALIZED STUDENTS WITH THE DIGITAL CURRICULUM
Explores how a curriculum rich in digital education and tools can help marginalized students solve problems in their communities.
THINKING IN 3D: USING THE GLOBAL MYSTERY 3D PRINT PROJECT TO INTEGRATE GLOBAL COLLABORATION AND INDUCTIVE THINKING IN DESIGN-BASED CLASSES
The Mystery Cube, a novel, global, 3D-printed version of a message in a bottle, helps students become engaged in developing design skills necessary for educational growth in 21st century skills while at the same time engaging in global collaboration, project-based learning, and clue-based projects.
WHAT IT TAKES TO CREATE A VACCINE AND BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING
Studying vaccines, viruses, and BME specifically, presents a relevant, important, and highly relatable context for TEE professionals everywhere.
EVOLUTION OF TECHNOLOGY EDUCATION IN MAINLAND CHINA SINCE 1949
Discusses the evolution of technology education in Mainland China, whether technology education has interacted with labor education, as well as the noticeable features behind this interaction and evolution.
SAFETY SPOTLIGHT: Safety Training for Career and Content Switchers
LET'S COLLABORATE: Collaborate with a Librarian on the New STEL
TEACHER HIGHLIGHT: Emily Ruesch
CLASSROOM CHALLENGE: The Hyperloop Challenge
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