Children's Technology and Engineering

Articles from Vol. 22, No. 4, May

BRIDGING INTEGRATIVE STEM COMMUNITIES: Building a Collaborative Network
ITEEA's 80th Annual Conference was a wonderful success! Twenty-eight countries were represented, and educators from many states participated in the conference. Meanwhile, many positive changes transpired for the Children's Council.First, the Children's...
Cartographers and Photogrammetrists
In early civilizations, mapping was linked to astronomy, geometry, and surveying1. It was in 1579 that China developed a grid system to plot maps, making them more accurate than those in the European and Islamic areas of the time1. Over the next 500+...
Cultivating a Family of Innovators through Design Thinking
Innovation capacity continues to be a national concern, as U.S. competiveness and prosperity in a global economy depends on developing and maintaining competitive industries and a strong innovation-capable workforce (National Academy of Engineering,...
Finding, Exploring, and Connecting STEM
overviewIn this activity, students will collect STEM-related images and use them to complete graphic organizers that connect the STEM objects to their own lives. Students will then use the collected images to create a concept map that they will continue...
STEM Children's Rhymes: STEM Jack and Jill
overviewThis activity allows students to use a familiar nursery rhyme to learn and incorporate principles of integrated STEM. Students practice recognizing words, identifying a problem (we want to be able to transport the water from the top of the hill...
What's It like Inside Mars?
Mars is Earth's neighbor in the solar system. NASA's robotic explorers have visited our neighbor quite a few times. By orbiting, landing, and roving on the Red Planet, we've learned so much about Martian canyons, volcanoes, rocks, and soil. However,...
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