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  • Writer's pictureLynn Houtz

Let's talk about the E in STEM!

Learning in engineering is done through project-based activities.

Our students put their knowledge of science and mathematics to use by working together, being creative, evaluating data, and solving problems in order to find solutions to open-ended design challenges.

  • Students are given the opportunity to address weaknesses in their initial plan or solution and to adjust the design in order to achieve the learning objectives and the requirement that was indicated in the first engineering work when revisions to enhance the design are implemented.

  • Students investigate the issue by posing questions in order to pinpoint the nature of the challenge.

  • Students use their ingenuity and imagination to create a prototype for a product. They put the prototype through its paces and then discuss what worked and what did not.

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