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Indian Prairie School District 204 is drafting a blueprint for the future and moving forward with plans to become the first district in DuPage County to offer an expanded engineering program to high school students. Students can now take introduction classes such as drafting and design, but the new curriculum offers more advanced classes such as engineering design and development. NCTV17's Marc Dahlquist had a chance to head back to class at Waubonsie Valley High School to see how students are building their way to the future.
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Helwan Engineering students at the egyptian embassy in italy. The word of the egyptian ambassador Ashraf Rashed,Prof.M. A. Garito&egyptian students. طلاب هندسة حلوان قسم الساعات المعتمدة في السفارة المصرية بإيطاليا و كلمة السفير المصري أشرف راشد,رئيسة الجامعة الإيطالية د.ماريا جاريتو و الطلبة المصريين
Materials Science and engineering Video created by the Advanced Metallic Systems CDT - www.metallicscdt.co.uk. Funded by the Advanced Metallic Systems Doctoral Training Centre and the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council. All artwork/design credit to Abi Pegg Script & Audio by Jake Andrews, Michael Howson and Lyndsey Benson
Modern Day Engineering Achievements Here are some of the greatest engineering achievements of mankind since 1900s. Photo Credit:Google Some Photos credit goes to CNN: http://www.cnn.com/2013/07/04/travel/engineering-feats/index.html?hpt=hp_c4 Royalty Free Music: Into this Galaxy http://www.reelmarketinginsider.com/rfm-download/
Caltech students Lawrence Lee and Stephanie Moon set out to help people with disabilities by creating wheelchair attachments for stroke victims, people with paralysis, and others. Their projects were part of the Caltech class Design for Freedom from Disability, in which Caltech and ArtCenter College of Design students prototype new assistive technologies. Lee and Moon ended up with a new respect for engineering. They credit mentors Ken Pickar, Andy Lin, and volunteers from Rancho Los Amigos National Rehabilitation Center with giving them useful insights—and helping them see the good that engineers do in the world. See more stories behind Break Through: The Caltech Campaign at https://breakthrough.caltech.edu/caltecheffect/2017-mar/. Produced in association with Caltech Academic Media Tech...
SHOW NOTES: https://www.corbettreport.com/?p=17296 Coming soon to a New World Order near you: social credit! Earn points by behaving like the government wants you to behave! Get penalized if you don't act like a doubleplusgood citizen! What could be more fun? Join me for today's Thought For The Day as we discuss China's new Sesame Credit system and the gamification of your enslavement.