Take a Peek Inside the May/June 2021 Issue of Technology and Engineering Teacher

April 28, 2021

 

 

 

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May/June 2021 Issue of

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Celebrating its 80th publishing year!

 

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FEATURED ARTICLES:

UNMANNED AERIAL SYSTEMS TAKE FLIGHT IN KENTUCKY SCHOOLS ​​

As UAS technology is still relatively new and constantly changing, a need exists to train educators and students on its safe operation and how teachers can integrate UAS into their classrooms.

KITE BUILDING – WHEN CALCULUS WILL NOT WORK   

It is a relatively trivial question – “At what angle do I place my diamond-shaped kite on the fabric for maximum efficiency?” But, as explained, the answer is not mathematically trivial.

ESTIMATING SAMPLE SIZES IN A GLOBALLY CONNECTED GOOGLE CLASSROOM 

Suggests a way to connect classrooms globally using GC to execute a global collaborative STEM education project and presents a reflective account of teacher mentorship as this project was executed.

ITEEA 2021 PROFESSIONAL RECOGNITION AWARDS 

 

FEATURES:

ENGINEERING IN ACTION: Being Social While Socially Distancing

LET'S COLLABORATE: Turn Off, Tune Out, and Get Away!

CLASSROOM CHALLENGE: The Writing and Speaking Challenge

 

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