The Engineering Process

The engineering process is a series of steps that individuals (engineers, developers, scientists) use to create a product or solution. These products or solutions may be used in daily life to solve problems experienced by consumers or users.

The process starts with students defining the problem, researching it and identifying requirements that must be met. Then they brainstorm ideas, and consider what others have done to solve the same problem.

They then choose the best solution from their list and build a working prototype. This step demonstrates to students that they are able to turn their idea into a solution.

Once the students have constructed their prototypes they test them in order to determine if it works as expected They can also use the prototypes to make improvements to their designs.

They will likely go through many prototypes before they have a design that works and is complete. This iterative method teaches designers that they should never stop trying to improve the design.

Your students can use the engineering process throughout their lives, regardless of whether they become engineers. They can apply their skills to any project they choose, from making sneakers to building skyscrapers.

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