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Thinking like an engineer professional development workshop 1

  • 23 Jan 2015
  • 9:30 AM - 4:00 PM
  • Winchester Science Centre

The Thinking like an Engineer project aims to show how it is possible to develop young engineers within the curriculum of Primary and Secondary schools, supported by extra-curricular activities.


Thinking like an Engineer will encourage more young people to engage with STEM subjects and consider careers in engineering.


A recent report for the Royal Academy of Engineering
has identified that engineers have a
specific way of thinking and approaching problems using six distinctive ‘engineering habits of mind’ (EHoM) namely:
Systems Thinking, Adapting, Problem-Finding, Creative Problem-solving, Visualising, & Improving.

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Pioneers and University Partners

 

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