My students need tool organizers to store their VEX Robotic materials and equipment.
Don't you hate it when you are trying to find a screw, nut or bolt while you are working on a project. My students are future Engineers that build robots to complete a specific task. They have the tools necessary to build, however, they lack the organized tool kits to store their equipment.
My PLTW students are creative, studious, and passionate about learning Technology and Engineering.
Our public school is located in Texas. The majority of my students are Hispanic, who wish to pursue a career in a STEM-related field.
I teach Principles of Engineering to 10th, 11th, and 12th graders in a Senior High. Principles of Engineering is part of the, Project Lead The Way, curriculum. Project Lead The Way is the nations leading provider of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) education programs. My classroom is in need of storage tool boxes to keep their tools and equipment organized so students will be able to use their equipment to create solutions to real-world problems found in our curriculum.
As an educator of 4 years, I have come to realize that hands-on learning is effective, because students collaborate and learn to be curious about what they can create together.
In order to offer this type of learning environment, we provide students with tools and equipment that have the same purpose that professional engineers and architects use to design buildings. Our students need supplies that allow them to develop and build the projects that are assigned to them.
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