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circuit sketching components

Introduce students to fundamental electrical engineering concepts with two new free lesson plans.

Sketching Circuits - Expanding on understanding of simple circuits, this lesson explores conductivity and introduces students to the new technique of drawing electrical pathways for circuitry with pens. Students will design, and build a simple circuit using drawn connectors and construct a device for testing materials for conductivity.

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light blox and lens

TryEngineering has partnered with Laser Classroom to bring you an exciting new lesson on optical engineering. The goal of this lesson is to provide students with an open-ended opportunity to explore and work with the materials, make and share observations, and build a foundational understanding of the relationship between gelatin shapes and light. Open-ended exploration encourages creativity and problem solving useful to meet the final challenge of designing a lens system to improve vision.

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wavie character

Join Wavie as she leads you through a fun new video series. Designed to help you learn about remote sensing, these short videos discuss satellite orbits and how the earth is observed by scientists from space. Check out these five videos created by the IEEE Geoscience & Remote Sensing Society to learn more about satellite imaging, remote sensors, and orbital rotation. With its colorful animation and videos in English, Spanish, and Chinese, these videos make learning fun!

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IOT Screenshot
Welcome to a day of connectivity with the Internet of Things (IoT).

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Join Zappy the squirrel in a fun new app adventure designed to help you learn how IEEE Standards shape the development of new technology. The object of the mobile game, developed by the IEEE Mobile Center of Excellence, is to help Zappy through all the obstacles at a metropolitan electric power station -- and gather acorns along the way, of course.  The obstacles highlight the IEEE standards that deter small animals from getting into power stations, damaging equipment, and causing outages.

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Eleven new free hands-on lesson plans that reinforce key engineering/nanotechnology concepts while building students’ critical thinking, team building and problem solving skills are now available on TryEngineering.org

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There are now even more free†lesson plans available on TryEngineering.org’s international editions! We’velanguage_books just added dozens of lesson plans in the following languages:

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Rayethon Company has launced a new website to celebrate the 5th anniversary of the MathMovesU program.

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A new free online engineering†curriculum for middle school students called Talk to Me launches this week at the USA Science and Engineering Festival.

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