Engineering Design Process

The Engineering Design Process constitutes the general methodology that engineers and scientists use in the ideation, creation and modification of artifacts or processes.  Examples of designs generated in Dayton Regional STEM Center curriculum include; a water filtration device, solar home model and even a manufacturing and packaging process.  Use of the Engineering Design Process in the classroom environments promotes synthesis, analysis, and evaluation of student-generated ideas and class concepts as well as effective communication skills.

Engineering Design Process-Elementary

Engineering Design Process-Middle High

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