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Failure: The Secret to Success

Failure: The Secret to Success

This has been hailed by parents as the best lesson they have seen.  Getting your students to understand it is okay to fail is going to be your biggest challenge.  Show them how professionals deal with it every day and allow your students to explore their own...

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What is Engineering?

What is Engineering?

Engineering is problem solving, plain and simple.  However, how you solve the problem requires information, analysis, and the ability to see where the problem lies.  This unit allows students to explore how this can be done with a simple stress test that will get your...

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Technical Communications (2.0)

Technical Communications (2.0)

Communication is not just spoken and this unit hammers it home.  Students must use technical drawings, technical reports, and an oral presentation to show how they are adept at all facets of Engineering communication. Technical Writing-Directions Technical Reports-...

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Engineering Communications 2.0

Engineering Communications 2.0

Taking up where the last unit left off, now the student is ready to communicate using drawings.  The following lessons give the student a wide array of practice in how they can show what their design should look like.  These two units form the basis of how students...

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Success in the Classroom

Success in the Classroom

Product testing and planning and succeeding does not sound like important units.  However, students will be exposed to product testing, skills of a Systems Engineer, and an Experimental Drug Developer through this unit.  Not to mention the fun of playing with products...

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Systems and Optimization

Systems and Optimization

Input, process, output, and feedback is the corner stone of what an Engineer does in testing the solutions they are working.  Technical and Engineering Communication is reinforced here as students must defend their solution to the class. Systems and Optimization...

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Historical Engineering Timeline

Historical Engineering Timeline

By examining Moore's Law as the example in this unit, students gain valuable experience and knowledge in the world of Computer Engineering, Electronics Designing, and how to be a better consumer when it comes to buying such products. Moore's Law Time: 4-7 Hours

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Profiles of Historical Engineers

Profiles of Historical Engineers

Exploring what makes a ground breaking Engineer historical is great fun, especially when you have the students build the very thing their chosen Engineer is famous for. History and Evolution of Engineering Activity Time: 4-5 Hours

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Kick out the Ladder

Kick out the Ladder

Honda has a saying, wait until someone gets half-way up the ladder, then kick it out from underneath them.  Why?  To get them to think differently.  We suggest this unit as you start your new semester, try something different. Kick Out the Ladder Time: 1 Hour

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Engineering Disciplines

Engineering Disciplines

How are Engineering jobs going to change in the future?  Will robots take most of the jobs out there?  How much problem solving will all jobs need now?  This is an opportunity for students to explore this question, and, possibly, see where their skills and their...

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Problem Solving

Problem Solving

This unit reviews different types of problem solving and then students apply it to creating and testing structures. Students use boards, bolts, and cables to investigate tension and compression on square and triangular structures. Students use various materials to...

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