DESIGNERLY THINKING: A TOOL FOR CITIZENSHIP IN A DEMOCRATIC SOCIETY
The authors look at how designerly thinking and the SfTL can be tools for helping to develop a better citizenry in today’s democratic society.
By Scott A. Warner, Korbin L. Shearer, and Garreth Heidt, and Korbin Shoemaker
EIGHTH GRADERS EMPOWERING OTHERS WITH ENGINEERING
This unit teaches students how engineers can use their ingenuity to give kids confidence when they may feel dissimilar from others, all while teaching valuable design techniques and...
This unit teaches students how engineers can use their ingenuity to give kids confidence when they may feel dissimilar from others, all while teaching valuable design techniques and processes to be used in the future if they choose a career in that field.
By Joshua Grannetino
IT’S A SMALL/INTERCONNECTED WORLD AFTER ALL: THE ROLE OF TRANSPORTATION TECHNOLOGIES IN EPIDEMICS AND PANDEMICS
Understanding the role transportation technologies play in spreading disease is an essential component of technological literacy and may be the solution to thwarting future pandemics.
By Brian C. Preble
WASTE TO ENERGY—THINK SUSTAINABLY!
Describes an outreach module that outlines the treatment of waste from collec-tion management to incineration plants, providing valuable technical insights for participating students.
By Alexandra Stöckert and Franz X. Bogner
THE LEGACY PROJECT: GERHARD L. SALINGER
The Legacy Project focuses on the lives and actions of leaders who have forged our profession into what it is today.
By Gerhard L. Salinger and Johnny J Moye, DTE
ENGINEERING IN ACTION: Hands On Approaches to Education During a Pandemic
LET'S COLLABORATE: Inspiring Students, One Robot at a Time
TEACHER HIGHLIGHT: Candice Lawrence
CLASSROOM CHALLENGE: The Plastic Greenhouse Challenge
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