Working at Lockheed Martin as a Teacher Fellow through the Ignited Program in the SF Bay Area, I realized how diverse each team is and noticed how efficiently they approach each new problem.
These are the resources that I developed based on my summer fellowship. This and other resources developed by other teachers can be found for free on the Ignited website: http://www.igniteducation.org/
These resources focus on building real-world engineering strategies in the classroom. The resources are meant to be used with several lessons throughout the year in collaborative learning settings.
This resource will:
- Be given in the context of a rocket engineering lesson adapted from NASA resources.
- Utilize individual differences to optimize learning through clearly defined group roles.
The main document is called "Skoff_Shannon_ETP2017" and lays out how to use the other resources.