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NSF Funded Projects: Perspectives of Project Leaders
The potential for significant grants for technology education in the United States has increased in recent years. In addition to state agencies, federal agencies such as NASA, the National Science Foundation (NSF) 1 and...
Building Their Future: Girls and Technology Education in Connecticut
Why do a disproportionate number of girls turn away from math, science and technology? Research into the teaching of math and science in schools has identified a number of factors which are critical, but there has been...
Technological and Personal Problem Solving Styles: Is there a Difference?
Problem solving, and technological problem solving in particular, is clearly a critical survival skill in our technologically advanced world. Government, business, vocational and technology education leaders have...
Amanogawa has authored this website featuring interactive java applications and tutorials for transmission lines, electromagnetic waves, linear antennas, circuits, signal integrity and EMC/EMI. The applications are...
Using Guild-Based Group Learning in Technical Courses
Employers and accreditation boards have increasingly stressed the need for graduates who can work well in teams. However, in the traditional computer science and engineering curricula, specific group skills are not...
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