Engineering and Curiosity

What of these complex machines do you use in class? What complex machines do you and your students use every day? How will you use these machines to teach your students? One idea for teaching your students over the course of a year could be the development of discoveries from the simple to the complex. […]

What of these complex machines do you use in class? What complex machines do you and your students use every day? How will you use these machines to teach your students? One idea for teaching your students over the course of a year could be the development of discoveries from the simple to the complex. Helping your students understand the development of discoveries over time, and allowing them discover them in an accelorated manner may help them understand the significance of modern science.

The end of video shared that there are more discoveries in the universe. In modern era, sometimes we cannot see what is undiscovered. The majority of the world has not only been explored, but much of it is lived on. While it simply requires a look up into the sky to see what has not been discovered, it takes money to get up there. Fortunately for us, despite money, people were able to get across the Atlantic Ocean to discover and settle America. Encourage your students to not let money stop their dreams. Education is a valuable form of currency as well.

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Rice Engineering team helps someone out

This is very cool to see. A team of of Rice Engineering students have created a device to help a young man with brittle bone disease be able to do very simple tasks that he wouldn’t normally be able to because of the dangers of his condition. I’ll often see a video of a team […]

This is very cool to see. A team of of Rice Engineering students have created a device to help a young man with brittle bone disease be able to do very simple tasks that he wouldn’t normally be able to because of the dangers of his condition. I’ll often see a video of a team of students making a cool futuristic gadget, but this is much more moving. It’s great to see not only the smile on the face of the recipient, but also the reactions of the team getting to see their life-changing work in motion.

Rice Engineering team helps someone out

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