My decision to attend IYRS came to me like a period at the end of a sentence...
COVID-19 is emphasizing the digital divide among high school students and recent graduates as educators try to stay connected, share resources, and provide expertise. How are you staying connected? How are you staying relevant? Is your approach today better or worse than what you used to do?
You wouldn’t expect that a program called “Digital Modeling and Fabrication” would have drawing and sketching practice as the first assignments, but that’s exactly what my fellow students and I were doing the first 2 weeks of our CAD class.
It’s an all-too-familiar scene: Monday morning comes around, and countless Word docs, meetings, and Excel spreadsheets are on the horizon of your in-office work week. None of it is what you want to be doing.
This blog is the first of several for the parents, guardians and educators that we speak with every day. We know you are listening to the recent high school graduates in your lives. They have questions and concerns unique to this time in their life and unique to this time in our national history. We are listening to all of you.
The development of the concept model for a Heavy Lift Aerial Platform (HLAP) has been an ongoing Composites Technology project for over 4-years.
Which came first for the woodworker: the work or the workbench?
My love of experiential education was inspired by and solidified when I lived on a sailboat with my family when I was 8 years old...