Aerospace Micro-Lessons : The American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics
“Real World” Engineering Classroom resources? This AIAA link offers “micro-lessons” divided by grade levels (K-2, 3-5, 6-8, 9-12) for multiple topics including measurements, orbits, rockets, airplanes, space and even Jackie Cochran Drag and Drop Native Mobile App Builder
Thunkable is a drag and drop platform for building native, mobile apps. No coding needed. Thunkable is a team of experienced and first time mobile developers who believe that everyone can program the mobile devices that we carry with us each day.
Three New Astronaut Candidates Are Women Engineers – All Together
Three New Astronaut Candidates Are Women Engineers Out of more than 18,300 applicants, NASA chose 12 women and men as the agency’s new astronaut candidates including Kayla Barron, Jasmine Moghbeli, and Loral O’Hara.
STEM :: Home
“STEM Think Tank and Conference – the nation’s sole conference focused on females with input from university educators and corporate members that has grown out of the K12 schools STEM Consortium – information on our leadership STEM Summer Institute – a model program for STEM integration for girls STEM Resources – a variety of types including student competitions
FOEE – Homepage
“The Frontiers of Engineering Education (FOEE) Symposium brings together some of the nation’s most engaged and innovative engineering educators in order to recognize, reward, and promote effective, substantive, and inspirational engineering education.Read More
SpaceX Falcon 9 by Virtual Studio – 3D model – Sketchfab
interactive SpaceX model
Carfree Cities
“ – the web site that goes with the books.Carfree Cities and Carfree Design Manual proposea delightful solution to the vexing problem ofurban automobiles.”
FasTracks Living Lab –
“Welcome to the FasTracks Living Lab – a cool school environment for high speed rail. Inside you will find all sorts of great activities, links to check out, and access to a realtime simulation of the FasTracks system. “All Aboard!” “
LinkEngineering – Today in History
“May 24, 1883, when the Brooklyn Bridge opened to traffic. In addition to being the highest structure in the Western hemisphere, it forever changed the New York City area by connecting Manhattan to Brooklyn. Students can discuss the historical and cultural significance of the bridge itself, including the turn of events that led to Emily Warren Roebling becoming the first female field engineer
There Are Plenty More ‘Hidden Figures’ | National Girls Collaborative Project
Here are a few whose achievements are worth highlighting: Émilie du Châtelet The 18th-century French Marquise du Châtelet’s many accomplishments
Jennifer Wadella | FabFems
“Jennifer Wadella has been writing code since before she realized it was a credible career path. She currently works as a full-stack developer with a love of building javascript applications
Chiamaka Okoroha | FabFems
“working under the Google Rise Grant in Maryland serving as the coordinator. The project is offering high school students who are taking the Computer Science AP exam a chance to work hands-on
Marshmallow Run Game by Design Code Build — Kickstarter
“A game for web + mobile by Girl Scouts San Diego – help the Marshmallow, Chocolate and Graham Cracker characters reach the campsite! “
Catherine Eng | FabFems
“Catherine Eng is an award-winning digital designer and developer and has created popular apps and websites for entertainment brands such as HBO, Nickelodeon. She has also coached middle school
The Boys Wouldn’t Listen, So 9-Year-Old Girl Started Her Own Robotics Team — and Won Big | The 74
“high school’s women in technology club, which is run by a teacher who noticed that girls in her engineering and programming classes weren’t as involved as the boys
To attract more students to STEM, highlight communal aspects of STEM careers | EurekAlert! Science News
” intimacy, affiliation, and altruism, also known as communal opportunities, or power, achievement and excitement, known as agentic opportunities. “