Teaching Through Trade Books: How It’s Made

by: Karen Ansberry and Emily Morgan

Your students are most likely not knowledgeable about the raw materials, the design processes, and the technology involved in manufacturing the products they use everyday. Making connections with local manufacturers can connect students to the real science and engineering happening in their communities. Both of the lessons in this month’s column suggest inviting local engineers and other manufacturing professionals to share how they use science and technology to design and make products that solve human problems and enhance the quality of life.


Type Journal ArticlePub Date 2/1/2010Stock # sc10_047_06_14Volume 047Issue 06

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