carfree, aerospace

Aerospace Micro-Lessons : The American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics
“Real World” Engineering Classroom resources? This AIAA link offers “micro-lessons” divided by grade levels (K-2, 3-5, 6-8, 9-12) for multiple topics including measurements Drag and Drop Native Mobile App Builder
Thunkable is a drag and drop platform for building native, mobile apps. No coding needed. Thunkable is a team of experienced and first time mobile developers who believe that everyone can program
Three New Astronaut Candidates Are Women Engineers – All Together
Three New Astronaut Candidates Are Women EngineersOut of more than 18,300 applicants, NASA chose 12 women and men as the agency’s new astronaut candidates including Kayla Barron
STEM :: Home
“STEM Think Tank and Conference – the nation’s sole conference focused on females with input from university educators and corporate members that has grown out of the K12 schools
FOEE – Homepage
“The Frontiers of Engineering Education (FOEE) Symposium brings together some of the nation’s most engaged and innovative engineering educators in order to recognize, reward, and promote eff…
SpaceX Falcon 9 by Virtual Studio – 3D model – Sketchfab
interactive SpaceX model
Carfree Cities
“ – the web site that goes with the books.Carfree Cities and Carfree Design Manual proposea delightful solution to the vexing problem ofurban automobiles.
FasTracks Living Lab –
“Welcome to the FasTracks Living Lab – a cool school environment for high speed rail. Inside you will find all sorts of great activities, links to check out, and access to a realtime simulation
LinkEngineering – Today in History
“May 24, 1883, when the Brooklyn Bridge opened to traffic. In addition to being the highest structure in the Western hemisphere, it forever changed the New York City area
The K12 Engineering Education Podcast by PiosLabs
“This is the podcast for all the educators, engineers, entrepreneurs, and parents out there who are interested in getting kids into engineering at younger ages. Listen to real conversations
Physical Science Lesson Plans | What is Engineering? | Share My Lesson
“what does it take to be an engineer? What qualities, strengths and interests? Hear it from engineering students: What attracted them to the field and what drives them to make the world a better place
Professional Development Training & Certification Our primary focus is providing professional development for individuals and educational programs to assist and support the transition to a STEAM
“STEAM represents a paradigm shift from traditional education philosophy, based on standardized test scores, to a modern ideal which focuses on valuing the learning process as much as the results
I Am With SWE – Christine Jackson – YouTube
“SWE Educator Member Christine Jackson explains why she is with SWE, and you should be too! “
Homage – Habitat 67
“Habitat 67 has the stature of a historical landmark. Extravagant by its minimalism, its modernity and overall aesthetics, Habitat 67 is praised around the world.
Genius of Making: 5 Ways to Mash-Up Genius Hour and Your Makerspace
Engineering Students Demonstrate Projects that Solve ‘Real-World’ Problems
mailbox that notifies people that their mail or newspaper has arrived without them having to leave the comfort of their home or office. A car that displays road signs inside the vehicle on a driver
The Search for Real-World STEM Problems
most important consequence of students working on real problems is that they begin to develop empathy—a sense that there is something worth dedicating their efforts to outside of themselves.
The Mechanical Universe – YouTube
““The Mechanical Universe,” is a critically-acclaimed series of 52 thirty-minute videos covering the basic topics of an introductory university physics course. Each program in the series