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Children's Engineering 2010


Erin Denniston

on 15 April 2013

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John Dewey Relevant Curriculum Integration Equity Differentiation Engaging Why do it? Start with a driving or essential question Collaboration and Communication Project Based Learning Connect the Use a design brief Assessment How do you do it? Failure is Alex Denniston Erin Denniston, M. Ed Mechanical Engineer, Altitude
Boston, MA 2005 Kenan Fellow for Curriculum and Leadership Development
Curriculum Coach, Chatham County, NC Children's Engineering and
Project Based Learning Give them good problems to solve If you want good problem solvers, "We only think when we are confronted with problems" American philosopher, psychologist, and
educational reformer
1859-1952 ... but... what is it? "when am I going to use this
in the Engineering Altitude Inc. Boston, MA www.altitudeinc.com what is "engineering" anyway? real world?" Finding Solutions vs. Solving Problems Increasingly Complex & Multifaceted It's never too early. no more... "Duct Tape Solutions" It's not about having a single tool... It's about developing a toolbox of skills "Isn't engineering really complicated?" * *totally unnecessary... even for me. $90 $__ Engineering Children's John Dewey Where's the E in STEM? 21st Century Skills http://www.ncsu.edu/kenanfellows/kfp-cp-sites/design-tech/index-15016.php.html ALWAYS an option. http://projecthdesign.org/ ST M? to the Content Problem Alex Denniston a_denniston@altitudinc.com edenniston@chatham.k12.nc.us Erin Denniston Thank you! Great! Where can I go next? Swinging Sweets Resources available at: http://sites.google.com/site/nsta2010denniston/ http://www.ncsu.edu/kenanfellows/kfp-cp-sites/design-tech/index-15016.php.html http://prezi.com/0-arwjzdjcz9/childrens-engineering-2010/ And if you liked Prezi, check out http://prezi.com/ vs.
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