living with the lab
boosting hands-on learning in engineering education
links

These links provide motivation for project-based learning and reference the work of others who have implemented mobile laboratory and design platforms.

A Vison of Students Today provides insight into educating today's students.

Changing Education Paradigms in Education by Sir Ken Robinson or School Kills Creativity

The Mobile Studio Project has developed pedagogy and inexpensive hardware / software to provide hands-on exploration of STEM principles, devices and systems any time and any place.

Lab-in-a-Box provides hands-on experiences for online students taking electrical and computer engineering classes.

Gerald Recktenwald at Portland State University has implemented his own version of the Living with the Lab curriculum.

The CEENBoT / TekBot Site uses robotics to promote STEM education for middle and high school students as well as university students enrolled in computer and electronics engineering.

NASA-Threads is a high school physics curriculum that uses Boe-Bots to boost hands-on learning.


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