ENGAGE Everyday Examples of Engineering Lesson Plans


They’re not Engineering Stories, but they’re detailed lesson plans being created and used by educators to help students see, feel, and understand engineering, improving STEM teaching in the classroom.

It’s called

Engage – Everyday Examples in Engineering

If you love a good Engineering story-problem, don’t wait until the classroom, take a look at these lessons right now. For example, click on Statics and see how engineering skills of Beam Bending, Bending Moments, and Shear Stress Diagrams can be used to model and analyze the deflections of a skateboard and other planks.

I’ve added the Engage link to my Recommended Links page.

https://stemstories.wordpress.com/recommended-links/

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About Kenneth Richard Hardman

AncestorClips are very short stories about very real people. Each clip nurtures awareness of a time, a place, and the character of a man or woman who cultivated a path for our life. The reader feels the good, the obstacles, the happiness, the sadness, and the overcoming. They cheer us, make us resilient when challenged, give us purpose, and connect us to our multi-generational family. Each story is followed by reflections from the author and readers sharing how the story strengthened or inspired them. Ken Hardman is a son, a brother, a grandson, a great-grandson… He is also a husband, father and grand-father. Ken is a professional engineer, engineering mentor, technical writer, and associate technical fellow at a major aerospace company. He is a writer of engineering and family history stories. Please join Ken in reading, reflecting upon, or writing #AncestorClips
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2 Responses to ENGAGE Everyday Examples of Engineering Lesson Plans

  1. ENGAGE Everyday Examples of Engineering Lesson Plans | Engineering Stories

  2. I believe it is fixed now. Thanks for notifying me.

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