The engineering design process was created as a foundational method to solve engineering problems. Today, it can be easily applied to the STEM classroom and to a variety of problems. In this post, we’ll look at some of the creative ways you can utilize the process in your classroom.
Hands-on activities are one of the best ways for students to learn in the STEM classroom, and research has shown that project-based learning is an approach that boosts student engagement in addition to giving them a positive “making” experience. Adding project-based learning into your classroom will be fun and effective for students, and the tips discussed in this post can ensure that your activities go smoothly.