Category: CTE and STEM

A True (Reluctant) Super Hero

Neil Armstrong was not a “scientist” in the purest sense of the word. In any sense, he was and still is an under appreciated, private hero worth the significant place that he has taken in the history of our species.

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Maker Spaces – Why They Matter to CTE

A big space with stuff to get a fun job done. The job might be mechanical, electrical, or even digital or aesthetic arts. The space might consist of tools, electrical equipment, 3D printers, robotic equipment, or paints. What is it? IT is a “makerspace”, sometimes called a “hackerspace” or “Fab Lab”. According to Popular Science magazine, as of 2016 there were over 480 makerspaces … Read More Maker Spaces – Why They Matter to CTE