Thursday, June 3, 2010

Catch of the Day - Primary Engineer - Jun 3, 2010


Established in 2005, Primary Engineer is a not-for-profit organization with the intent of encouraging young people to consider careers in STEM-related professions.


Primary Engineer offers three programs …

STEM by STEALTH courses for primary and secondary teachers. These courses focus on applying practical mathematics and science to "design and make" activities.

BLOODHOUND SSC is a real world British venture to break the world land speed record with a car designed to travel at 1050 mph. The resources are aimed at different age groups from primary through transition to year 8.

The Primary, Secondary, and Advanced Leaders Award for STEM aims to give students ages 5-19 the opportunity to be leaders for STEM subjects in their schools and to meet and interview professionals from a range of STEM backgrounds.


The vision of Primary Engineer is that kids from a very early age will aspire to become designers and makers - the engineers of the future.


1 comment:

Mrs. Tenkely said...

Neat program and important life long passion.

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