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Delivering geotechnical engineering to elementary school children
Instructional Technology and Learning Sciences Student Research
  • Eduardo Alfonso Suescum-Florez, Polytechnic Insititute of New York University
  • Magued Iskander
  • Ryan Cain, Utah State Unviersity
  • Vikram Kapila, Polytechnic Insititute of New York University
Document Type
Article
Publisher
Geostrata
Publication Date
3-1-2013
Abstract
The American educational system must provide an ever-increasing number of technology workers for the U.S. to maintain its leadership position in the global economy. However, few students are attracted to engineering because they lack the required academic preparation in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) to study engineering in college.
Citation Information
Suescun-Florez, E., Iskander, M., Cain, R., & Kapila, V. (2013). Delivering geotechnical engineering to elementary school children. Geo-Strata—Geo Institute of ASCE, 14(2), 44-48.