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Engineering Teaching Resources

My girls love doing engineering challenges and activities. Perhaps your child(ren) love it too. So, I am creating a Chillax Science blog post just for my favorite online resources. Here are my top right now!

American Association for Engineering Education

The AAEE has a plethora of resources for teachers and students. You will find on their website lesson plans grouped by grades, class activities, outreach programs, web resources, and much more. Definetely a resource to visit.

North Carolina State University 

The College of Engineering also has many resources. My favorite is access to their library “The Engineering Place Challenge” where they share with teachers and families lesson plans for MANY topics.

Teach Engineering

This repository of K-12 engineering activities is put together by a cluster of educators committed to advancing engineering. Their digital collection is standards-aligned and often includes a connection to science disciplines.

DiscoverE

This resource has over 196 activities that families and teachers can use.  DiscoverE works as a place “to ensure people everywhere understand how engineers, technicians, and technologists make the world a better place.”

NSTA

The National Science Teachig Association is “the” place for science teachers to get the latest in teaching. This organization is also great to families to get access to resources, books, and many other materials for teaching and learning.

What are your favorite engineering resources? Please share!

Published by Reizelie Barreto, PhD

Reizelie is a former homeschool parent and a trained science and Montessori teacher with a passion for curriculum development. She loves learning and teaching and on her spare time she helps families create home environments that enrich a child's learning. Reizelie has a PhD in science education and has been working in the field of education for the last 19 years. She loves helping teachers, schools, and homeschooling families improve their science curriculum in ways that are authentic to scientists' work.

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