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Mistakes Have Value
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10/7/2014   9 comments
In engineering education, students often learn more by tackling real-world problems and making mistakes themselves than simply being told the "right way."
It's Never Too Early to Study Engineering
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5/12/2014   9 comments
Just because tiny tots aren't ready to solder or code is no reason to assume they're not ready to learn about engineering and technology.
Engineering Classrooms Take a Flip
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1/22/2014   27 comments
Engineering students are learning to solve problems because the educational focus is shifting away from lectures, problems, and labs.


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