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    High school Engineering class

    Hi all I am a high school teacher and have been home remote teaching for about a month and I had an idea for my engineering class to do a redesign project on outdoor cooking they are in the information gathering stage and they have created a 7 question google form and was wondering if I could link it here somewhere. or even if I can. hopefully someone can help. there will be no information kept other then answers.
    Thanks!! looking forward to getting to know the site just became a member!!

    #2
    Sounds interesting, I'm sure its OK to link to the questionnaire but one of the mods will probably chime in soon to give a definitive answer.

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        Greetings and welcome from North Carolina.

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          #5
          Welcome from the mountains of NC. Look forward to the survey and helping the young people.
          Last edited by mountainsmoker; May 3, 2020, 09:54 AM.

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            #6
            Welcome from Winnipeg. This could be fun.

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              #7
              mountainsmoker -- Keep in mind you'll likely be helping out young women as well as young men!

              Women make up 15-20% of college engineering graduates and they make up 40-50% of the combined science and engineering workforce. To get into these careers, women need to be in a math/technology/engineering/science track in high school to have the best chance of success.

              As a once-upon-a-time teenaged woman who took all the math and science classes my small high school offered, I would have leaped eagerly at the chance to be in a high school engineering class like this.

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              • mountainsmoker
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                Yep, sorry I'll correct it.

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              Welcome from Minnesota.

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                #9
                Welcome from south Texas! Sounds like a great project!

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                  #10
                  If I can stop one kid from following in my foot steps I’ll help out

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                  • JCGrill
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                    Lol, you sound like my wife. I'm still corrupting them.

                  #11
                  Welcome to the pit from a Minnesota engineer.

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                    Welcome to The Pit.

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                      #13
                      Welcome, fellow teacher. I teach high school physics and chemistry on the northeast side of Indianapolis.

                      Brian

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                        Welcome from Maryland

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