Students at Mashpee public schools in Massachusetts are tinkering, trying out ideas, and teaming with each other in their new makerspace–a room equipped with LEGOs, a 3D printer, a lathe, and other items where Mashpee students can work on their own inventions and projects. In a makerspace, students can learn from one another and see new […]
“There is nothing more precious than our children. The future of our country depends on the quality of life and education we provide for them here and now.” Barbara Koscak, founder of STARBASE Academy, a Department of Defense STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math) program for youth. Koscak recently attended a PTC Creo training seminar held […]
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It appears Italy needs help finding good people for its motorsport industry. So says ManpowerGroup, the global staffing agency. That’s why MotorSport Experis (part of Manpower’s training arm) launched MotorSport Academy in March.
Anybody who’s ever tried to shoot video with a hand-held camera knows it’s nearly impossible to keep images from appearing wobbly. That’s why a marketing instructor at Halifax County High School in South Boston, VA, paid a visit to Mitch Martin’s Creator Club not too long ago.
It’s hard to predict what PTC Creo might model next. The leading 3D CAD software sits in research, manufacturing, and educational settings worldwide, creating everything from kid’s toys to outer space robots. What has it done lately? Revived 3 classic motorcycle brands, turned a student into an inventor, and decorated the new terminal at Heathrow.
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When Toren Arginteanu joined his high school FIRST robotics team in 2011, it was clear that he wanted to try 3D modeling. What nobody guessed back then was that, within four years, he would help build an award-winning design team, bring in grants and awards, and prepare his classmates for technologies that barely existed at […]
Early last year, a group of high school students wheeled a robot into a packed arena in Duluth, Minnesota. They were bringing to competition a device they had spent months designing and engineering. What they didn’t know yet was that by the end of the first round, their machine would be in pieces all over […]
Each FIRST robotics team has a great story, and the Mustangs are no different. Armed with absolutely no robotics experience, and in some cases, a language barrier, the team’s first year underwent a granite-faced learning curve. Omar (2011-2013 Team Captain) and his friend, Ebubekir, are the founding students of the robotics team at Putnam Science […]
“Some in Washington might fret about America losing ground in the global economy due to flagging student interest in the fields of science, technology, engineering and mathematics (disciplines collectively called STEM), but Obama, Boehner and others can rest easy when it comes to Mashpee High School’s Technology Center of Excellence (TCE). In November, the TCE […]
For years we’ve been reading about the yawning gender gap in STEM fields. According to government reports, women represent just 24% of the STEM workforce (pdf), and hold a disproportionately low share of STEM undergraduate degrees (pdf), particularly in engineering. Now, a group of Minnesota students have arrived to skew that data—in a good way. […]