Engineering principles for high school students

@article{Robinson1999EngineeringPF,
  title={Engineering principles for high school students},
  author={Morgan L. Robinson and M. S. Fadali and J. Carr and Cleborne D. Maddux},
  journal={FIE'99 Frontiers in Education. 29th Annual Frontiers in Education Conference. Designing the Future of Science and Engineering Education. Conference Proceedings (IEEE Cat. No.99CH37011},
  year={1999},
  volume={3},
  pages={13A7/20-13A7/25 vol.3}
}
This paper gives some background information and the results of teacher attitudes toward engineering from a capstone engineering course for pre service and in service science and mathematics teachers. The course was designed with collaboration from the colleges of engineering and education to increase the interest of high school students in careers in engineering. The course, Science and Technology for High School Teachers, was taught for the first time in the fall of '98. It was designed to… CONTINUE READING

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