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What Do Engineers Do iconWhat do engineers do?

Engineers are real-life superheroes!  They solve complex problems and make the world a better place.

Top 10 Reasons to Love Engineering   Conversation Starters   Jobs in
Engineering
There are many reasons to love engineering -- here's our Top 10.
 
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  If you're not sure how to talk to your students about engineering, read these helpful tips from DiscoverE.org    Learn about 29 different engineering careers, job outlooks for these positions, the educational requirements and median salaries 

 

What Education Do Students Need - iconWhat education will students need?

Students who pursue engineering in college often begin a focus on math and science in middle school and early high school. Help your students get prepared!

Preparing for
College
  Researching
Schools
  Best Engineering
Schools for 2014
Read these tips from DiscoverE.org to help your students prepare for college    Help your students find engineering schools that are right for them    As ranked by US News & World Report, these are the best engineering programs 

 

How can I bring engineering into my classroom - iconHow can I bring engineering into my classroom?

As STEM educators, you are the key to creating a brighter future for America’s STEM workforce.  Ensuring that you have the tools you need and the recognition you deserve is part of the MathMovesU® strategy.

Engineering is
Elementary
  Engineering
Adventures (EA)
After School
  PBS Learning
Media / WGBH
NGSS Program
EIE is a research- based, standards- driven and classroom-tested curriculum that integrates engineer- ing and technology concepts and skills with elementary science topics    In EA, children are introduced to the Engineering Design Process as they ask questions, imagine, plan, create, and improve solutions to real-world problems    These media-based resources illustrate and deepen teachers’ understanding of Next Generation Science Standards and help them bring engineering alive for students at the elementary, middle, and high school levels