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STEM refers to the fields of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. STEM education can take place across all grade levels, starting at preschool and reaching...
Lesson Focus Students will learn about the engineering design process and about friction and forces. Students will work in teams to design a skier out...
Lesson Focus This lesson develops principles of the effect of sunlight on the Earth’s surface. Students will explore the effects of the location of the...
Lesson Focus Students will learn about the Engineering Design Process and design a prototype of a hut able to withstand strong winds on a deserted...
Registration for the 2020 TryEngineering Summer Institute is now open for high school students ages 13-17. The 2020 sessions are currently scheduled at three U.S....
Lesson Focus Students will learn about the challenges waste management centers face and different methods they use to sort recycling. In small teams, students will...

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