Integrating Technology and Engineering into the Science and Math Classroom

When I’m talking with teachers, they often share with me that working with the science and math part of the STEM classroom is easy. It is integrating the technology and engineering parts that can cause the most confusion. While it can seem a daunting task, bringing technology and engineering into the classroom can be pretty simple when using the seven-step engineering process for math and science problems.

The Engineering Process

Follow these seven steps to help your students think like engineers. Want to see what a STEM lesson looks like? Click here to download this free STEM Challenge teacher packet.   

Step 1: Define the Problem
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