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"INTERNATIONAL ISSUE" FEATURED ARTICLES
USING DESIGN FICTION TO TEACH NEW AND EMERGING TECHNOLOGIES IN ENGLAND
A discussion of "design fiction" to teach about technologies that don't yet exist.
By Allison Hardy
INTERNATIONAL STEM EDUCATION: THE NETHERLANDS AS A CASE
The Netherlands offers interesting experiences with integrated STEM education that are put into an international perspective.
By Marc J. de Vries
TUMBLEWINGS IN TANZANIA: HOW INTERNATIONAL...
TUMBLEWINGS IN TANZANIA: HOW INTERNATIONAL ARE INTEGRATED STEM ACTIVITIES AND APPROACHES?
What are the implications of using a U.S.-developed integrated STEM activity in another country with difference cultures, expectations, classrooms, and resources?
By Scott R. Bartholomew and Marlee DeSplinter
SAFETY SPOTLIGHT: Safety in DTE and Crafts Education in Sweden
PREMIER PD: Adapting Instruction
EXCELLING IN ENGINEERING: Engineering in Athletics: Teaching Material Selection and the Application of Dynamics for Designing Head Protection
CLASSROOM CHALLENGE: Robotic Garbage Collection Challenge
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