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It’s impossible to imagine our lives without Engineering! Engineers have a hand in designing nearly everything in our daily lives. Things like cars, computers, bubble bum and movie special effects are all products of imaginative engineering.
As a vehicle for the integration of science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) into K-12 settings, as well as an outlet for creative problem solving and design-thinking, Engineering actively engage students through design-based projects while deepening their understanding of fundamental concepts.
The National Academy of Engineering has identified six important engineering “habits of mind”: creativity, optimism, systems thinking, collaboration, communication and ethical considerations. These six ways of seeing the world are essential for all 21st century citizens as we seek to improve the ever-changing and increasingly complex world around us.
What if your school does not offer Engineering?
If you are a parent, encourage your child to learn at home. Register for remote learning, or take an in-person course in one of our operators. Find all the information about our Engineering courses here and choose your preferred learning delivery method. If you are an educator, does your school offer Engineering? If it does not, you can help bring Engineering to your school, or expand the offerings. Become a partner or check out our learning centres and how to become one.
Educators who have yet to bring engineering into the classroom may be surprised at what they can teach students, and what students can discover within themselves.
Choosing a laptop these days can be hard to do but building your own with Raspberry Pi and Python opens students to a whole new world where they are designers and creators of incredible things. Explore the internet of things through building and programming a pi-top  laptop: the perfect tool to help you learn to code, create awesome devices, and take your knowledge to the next level.
This course provides a great introduction to the world of robotics and electrical engineering. Throughout the week, students will use a combination of mechanical, electrical and software engineering, learn to design, assemble and program a robot, using an Arduino microcontroller. Students will move from programming and electronic circuit concepts to building and exploring each sensor and actuator’s capabilities by programming with Arduino to perform automated tasks.
Learn the Fundamentals of Engineering and Design through Robotics! Learn about robots, play with virtual robots online, then use your creativity and skills to design a robot of the future. Get your hands on the latest technology and skills, create projects that you are passionate about through our exclusively licensed DMA programs.
Learn to create machines! How do people build everything from cars to giant structures? With machines! Learn about the machines that shape our world.
Learn the basics of robotics and coding with Lego. Students will build and program robots which they will use to complete a series of challenges. Students design, build and program robots using LEGO’s most accessible robotics technology – the powerful LEGO Boost Robot.
In this course, students design, build and program robots using LEGO’s most advanced and latest robotics technology – the powerful MINDSTORMS® EV3. EV3 features an easy-to-use graphical programming language that lets students immediately begin simple robotics programming and then advance into developing more complex algorithms.
This course will facilitate students in their first steps to becoming a Sustainable Energy Engineer. Students will learn of the need for cleaner energy in our world and explore solutions that are already out there.
This course will give you the opportunity to learn about and practice all different kinds of design. Whether you’re interested in fashion, technology, product-design, architecture, or play spaces, you can build your design skills and knowledge by tackling a series of design challenges. You can even have the opportunity to share your design solutions with others.
How do people build everything from cars to giant structures? With machines! Learn about the machines that shape our world and start designing the next generation of machines to change the future.
Join Stanford Educators, Chris Bennett & Glenn Fajardo, for a Virtual Info Session. Elevate student skills in problem-solving, critical thinking, and global collaboration.
🗓️ Global Innovation Race Info Session 1
Tuesday, November 21 · 9 - 9:45am PST
🗓️ Global Innovation Race Info Session 2
Tuesday, November 21 · 5 - 5:45pm PST