What Is Engineering? – www.teachengineering.org
“Engineering is all around us, so people often take it for granted. Ask yourself, what do I touch that is not engineered? Engineering develops and delivers consumer goods, builds the networks…
Types of Engineering for Kids’ Exploration – TeachEngineering
Around the world, all types of engineers work together every day to help make communities and people healthy, happy and safe! From biomedical to agricultural engineers, all are creative problem sol…
Engineering: Beyond Building Bridges (grades K – 8) | California Academy of Sciences
Engineering is an iterative, collaborative process involving critical thinking, problem solving, and communication. In this workshop, you will discover what engineering really looks like and how it…
Engineering Design Process – TeachEngineering
The engineering design process encompasses a mindset that emphasizes open-ended problem solving and encourages students to learn from failure.Experiencing the engineering design process nurtures st…
Wee Engineer
Simple, fun challenges tailored to today’s preschool settingHands-on engineering challenges empower young children to see themselves as problem solvers. They learn that there’s more than one…
Council – STEM Scouts
STEM Scouts is a national pilot program from the Boy Scouts of America, focused on fun ways for girls and boys, grades 3 – 12, to learn more about science, technology, engineering and mathematics (…
Technology – BrainPOP
Engineering and Tech Units Communications Computer Science Digital Citizenship Energy Technology Science & Industry Simple Machines”
‘Smart’ textiles boost connectivity between wearable sensors by 1,000 times — ScienceDaily
conductive textiles into clothing to dynamically connect several wearable devices at once. This ‘wireless body sensor network’ allows devices to transmit data with 1,000 times stronger sign…
IIHS in the Classroom |
Understanding Car CrashesJoin Dr. Griff Jones at the IIHS Vehicle Research Center for crash tests and engaging demonstrations as he explains the science behind car crashes.
The seamstresses who helped put a man on the moon: When NASA needed a lunar spacesuit, they turned to the women who sewed girdles and bras for Playtex – CBS News
What NASA needed was something more flexible, Playtex girdles and bras. had some pretty radical ideas. softer, more flexible spacesuit made almost entirely of fabric, and then shot film at a local…
Engineer Girl
learn more about engineering resources for girls and young women. exciting opportunities that engineering represents for girls and women. This site is designed specifically for middle school girls…
EngineerGirl – Try This: Build a bridge
Design a bridge out of a limited number of toothpicks and marshmallows that is strong enough to support at least 10 pennies in a small cup. Your bridge must also meet the following requirements:…