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Episode Info: Dr. Jenni Buckley and Dr. Amy Trauth-Nare from the University of Delaware talk about Orthopaedics in Action (OIA), their curriculum in biomechanics and engineering design for middle school and high school students. They used their respective expertise in mechanical engineering and K-12 education to create the hands-on OIA lessons, which originated from an initiative to attract more women into orthopaedics as engineers and doctors. Hear them discuss the curriculum, the benefits of lessons rooted in biology, educational partnerships, and lessons in toy design, among other topics. Related to this episode: • The Professional Development Center for Educators at the University of Delaware: • Orthopaedics in Action (OIA) curriculum: • Perry Initiative: • Sawbones: • “Find Your Center,” article in The Science Teacher: • Project Lead The Way (PLTW) at The University of Delaware: • MIT Toy Design open course materials: • Engineering is Elementary curriculum: • TeachEngineering: • Change The Equation: • Grand Challenges from the National Academy of Engineering: • Lab Out Loud podcast from the National Science Teachers Association: • “The Way Things Work,” book by David McCauley: • Twitter handle for Dr. Amy Trauth-Nare: @amy_nare • Twitter handle for The Perry Initiative: @PerryInitiative Our closing music is from "Late for School" by Bleeptor, used under Creative Commons Attribution Licenses: Subscribe and find more podcast information at: The K12 Engineering Education Podcast is a production of Pios Labs: Check out “Engineer’s Guide to Improv and Art Games” by Pius Wong on Amazon in print or for Kindle: It is also available as an ebook on Smashwords: (Limited time 20% off promo code: EH22M)...
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