K-12 engineering education resources.
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ASEE Automated Systems Engineering Environment ) is promoting the importance of engineering education to K-12 educators through its ASEE EngineeringK-12 Center and its newsletter Go Engineering!
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3. ASEE, the goal of the ASEE EngineeringK-12 Center is to identify and gather in one place the most effective engineering education resources available to the K-12 community. The website, at www.engineeringk12.org See .org.
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The Go Engineering! newsletter is currently going out to thousands of K-12 educators across the country. A recent issue included articles on engineering and sports, a model car contest, the need for improving K-12 engineering education, a report on best practices for attracting minorities to engineering and fun facts for the classroom.
For more information, visit www.asee.org.