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  • Authors and Engineers

    Journal Article | February 2019

  • The Sixth E

    Journal Article | March 2020

  • This and That Box

    Journal Article | May 2020

  • Animatronic Lions, and Tigers, and Bears Oh! My!

    Journal Article | April 2019

    This column describes creating a classroom culture for engineering. This issue shares information about computational thinking and 3D printing.

  • Cookie Jar Alarms

    Journal Article | October 2019

    This column describes creating a classroom culture for engineering.

  • Novel Engineering, K–8: An Integrated Approach to Engineering and Literacy

    NSTA Press Book | April 2020

    New in 2020! Download and read a sample chapter from this book to learn more. With the Novel Engineering approach, “students become excited about what they are reading, writing, designing, and building! This…

  • STREAMing Engineering

    Journal Article | October 2019

    This column enhances the repertoire of preservice and inservice teachers.

  • Engineering Spinners

    Journal Article | March 2019

    A study of tops allowed third graders to explore the toys of past generations while learning about engineering design.

  • Hero’s Engine

    Book Chapter | May 2009

    In learning how this apparatus works, students will improve their understanding of action/reaction. This knowledge will also help students understand how a rocket engine works and many other important phenomena. Just as…

  • Engineering Adaptations

    Book Chapter | May 2016

    This chapter shares two examples of “classic” science lessons adapted to teach science content through engineering design. It also provides some more general strategies for adapting science investigations to focus on…

  • SCAMPERing Into Engineering!

    Book Chapter | May 2016

    A “Snapshot of Science” Program brings science and engineering into the library. The lesson described here is part of what we like to call a “Snapshots of Science” program. These mini-lessons of science are taught once…

  • Engineering in the Life Sciences, 9–12

    NSTA Press Book | September 2018

    When the authors of this book took part in Project INFUSE, the National Science Foundation–funded teacher development program, they noticed something. Life science teachers were highly receptive to engineering ideas…

  • Engineering Practices

    Book Chapter | January 2017

    The first part of this chapter explains the importance of the two practices that include elements designed to address the different goals and outcomes of engineering. The latter part of the chapter, shares a classroom…

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