The problem with engineering lessons is that they eliminate the most important step, says high-school sophomore Luke Harris: correctly identifying the problem at hand. Harris explains in this commentary how he has aimed to fill this gap by creating a curriculum for students in middle and high school that teaches them how to research problems in addition to creating product prototypes.
Student-created curriculum teaches problem-solving
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