Envisioning Engineering Literacy

Engineering literacy can be described as the confluence of content knowledge, experiences, and skills merged with the ability to read, write, listen, speak, think critically, and perform in a way that is meaningful within the context of engineering. Similar to the idea of three-dimensional learning presented in the Next Generation Science Standards (2013), engineering literacy can be described as (Dimension 1) engineering habits of mind, (Dimension 2) engineering practices, and (Dimension 3) engineering knowledge (National Academy of Engineering & National Research Council, 2006; Sneider & Rosen, 2009). Click HERE for our working white paper.


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