Welcome!
Thanks for your interest in our project to help K-12 teachers in getting started with engineering.

Our quick survey has 10 questions on why and how to start teaching engineering in K-12 classrooms. The first 10 respondents can choose a free copy of the Start Engineering book of their choice upon completion of the survey: What's Engineering?; Dream, Invent, Create in English-only or bilingual version, or Start Engineering: A Career Guide.

We're circulating these questions among experts in K-12 engineering education. Responses, in summary form, will be part of a free e-book we are developing to help K-12 educators understand how to make engineering part of their teaching and learning activities. Excerpts and summaries will also appear in our blog, Start Engineering Now.

Please feel free to be in touch with any questions or comments at eiversen@start-engineering.com.

Thanks,
Eric Iversen
VP for Learning and Communications



Dream, Invent, Create – Fun, whimsical rhymes and illustrations introducing engineering to K-5 audiences; 40 pages.
A Teacher's Guide is available for purchase only, 175 pages of basic and advanced lessons, to make Dream, Invent, Create into a classroom resource suitable for any elementary school or afterschool program.


Dream, Invent, Create/Sueña, Inventa, Crea - All the learning and fun of the original, in both English and Spanish; 40 pages.


Start Engineering: A Career Guide – Magazine-style guide for middle- and high-school students and their parents showcases cool things engineers do and offers capsule descriptions of engineering fields, college and career data, and much more; 52 pages.


What's Engineering? A Coloring and Activity Book – Coloring and fun to help children, ages PreK-2, see the world as shaped and built by engineers; 20 pages.
Who we are
Start Engineering is a small company with a sharp focus: helping K-12 educators and students get started teaching and learning about engineering. Our books and resources make it easy for classroom teachers as well as afterschool and informal educators, even with no training in the field, to make engineering a real part of their teaching activities. All former ASEE staff members, we work with schools and districts, colleges and universities, companies, non-profits, and government agencies to make engineering come alive for K-12 audiences of all kinds.

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