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View Resource Daredevils of the Sky

Experiment with the size, shape, angle of the wings, rudder position, and weight of a paper airplane.

http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/nova/teachers/activities/2103_darede...
View Resource How Does an Airplane Fly?

Conduct an extended experiment in which students change and test different flight conditions.

http://www.eweek.org/site/DiscoverE/activities/airplane.pdf
View Resource Ups and Downs in Design

The science behind how things move (physics) is of great importance to engineers. The goal here is for students to understand the basics of engineering design associated with kinetic and potential...

http://www.eweek.org/site/DiscoverE/activities/Ups&Downs.pdf
View Resource The Status and Nature of K-12 Engineering Education in the United States

This education-STEM article for K-12 education is a rewrite of the original executive summary that states the engineering part of STEM is not taught; only 10% of all students are exposed to...

http://www.nae.edu/Publications/TheBridge/16145/16161.aspx
View Resource Engineering Pathway Digital Library (EPDL)

The Engineering Pathway's goal is to provide resources that help teachers, parents, faculty, and practicing engineers to inspire more of today's students to follow an engineering path as their way to...

http://www.engineeringpathway.com/ep/
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