2015aug20 – engineering everywhere

Engineering Everywhere – looking at the world for signs of intelligent design. We talk about nature and the wonders of science and exploration, but none of these would be possible without the tools and structures we design and build.

Engineering starts with the questions – How might we WHAT for WHOM in order to CHANGE something? Think about it. Then do it.

LinkEngineering – Homepage
LinkEngineering is a community of educators working with PreK-12 students in classrooms or other settings. This includes – but is not l…
Science, Engineering and Design! Video 4: Prototyping – YouTube
prototyping – the process of using materials to create real-life drafts of ideas you have. ”
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Engineering Everywhere | Engineering is Elementary
Engineering Everywhereis a FREE engineering curriculum for middle school-aged youth in afterschool and camp programs. EE empowers youth t…
Why DEEPdt as a design thinking process? – DEEP design thinking
DEEP Design Thinking – Discover, Empathize, Experiment, Produce
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The importance of prototyping: Creative Confidence by Tom and David Kelley.
The reason for prototyping is experimentation—the act of creating forces you to ask questions and make choices. It also gives you somet…
World of Design Thinking on Pinterest | Design Thinking, Creativity and Challenges
World of Design Thinking – What is design thinking? And how can it be used in education? Check out our pins for useful resources and insp…
NASA – Aeronautics Research Mission Directorate
The Museum in a Box program brings the physical sciences of flight to students in grades K-12. Great for educators at museums, science ce…
Level Up Village
Our unique curriculums stimulate unforgettable 1-to-1 interactions between US students and their Global Partner students – interactions t…
8 STEM Resources for the Busy Teacher | Level Up Village
Looking to inspire kids to fully engage in their learning this coming school year? Experts say that children need to tackle real-world pr…
Education World: Eight Great STEM Activities for Students
Bridge Construction: In pairs, students will work toward creating a paper bridge between two paper cups and balancing a third cup on the…
ZOOM . activities . sci . Paper Cup Walk | PBS Kids
Paper Cup Walk: With paper cups and cardboard, create a platform that can support their weight. This activity teaches about weight dist…
How to Build Popsicle Stick Bombs – Frugal Fun For Boys
The sticks are under tension, which is what makes them pop apart when you throw them. It takes a little bit of practice to learn how to…
#Ms.Haughs: Engineering Mini-Challenges for Back to School
engineering this year, these are also great activities for introducing the design-thinking process. These challenges get students thinkin…
NOVA | Newton’s Third Law of Motion | Social Studies, Science | Video | PBS LearningMedia
Newton’s Third Law of Motion – The sensation of weightlessness that astronauts experience seem to make their tasks almost effortless….
Inspiring Middle School Literacy | Classroom Resources | PBS LearningMedia
“Energy Transfer in a Roller Coaster – In this blended lesson supporting literacy skills, students watch videos and use an interacti…
Oru – The Origami Inspired Kayak
design a kayak that could easily shape-shift into its very own compact carry box. The greatness of the solution would have to be two-fold…
Beat the Flood | Schools | Practical Action
“Flooding due to climate change can have a devastating effect on people’s lives. Set on the fictitious island of Watu, pupils ex…
STEM Outreach News Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths News for Schools and STEM Professionals in Tyne and Wear » STEM Resources…
“Who’s most at risk?… from natural hazards makes an excellent starter activity for pupils aged 11 to 18 years. Pupils take on…
07_Kinetic.pdf
“Make a sculpture that is at least six inches tall and hastwo parts that move in the wind. That’s what makes itkinetic-it moves….