Younger students need experiences with engineering and technology if they want to succeed in our 21st-century world- a world that increasingly depends on these disciplines. We need to focus on E in STEM learning. Kids learn about the natural world in science classes, but what about the human-made world built on top of it-the buildings and vehicles and screens where they spend the vast majority of their time? This world, constructed by engineers, rarely appears in the curriculum until college. Is that competitive enough though?
Every kid, regardless of whether or not they go on to college or go on to become engineers, need to know something about how the human-made world that they live in comes to be or else they fall back in the crowd. It is important for kids to learn how to navigate a challenge by trying, failing and rethinking their designs and then trying some more. The idea that failure is good can be a radical concept in the schoolroom, and it can be a new experience for students, but it’s how engineering works.
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