Infinity Project: Engineering Education for Today’s Classroom

Posted on January 24, 2010  Comments (3)

The Infinity Project is a national middle school, high school, and early college engineering curricula. The math and science-based engineering and technology education initiative helps educators deliver a maximum of engineering exposure with a minimum of training, expense and time. Created to help students see the real value of math and science and its varied applications to high tech engineering – The Infinity Project is working with schools all across the country to bring the best of engineering to their students.

The Infinity Project curriculum is a complete, year-long course designed to complement the existing mix of math and science classes. Experience in classrooms all across the United States shows that Infinity keeps students challenged, learning and exploring from start to finish. Using The Infinity Project curriculum in the classroom, students learn firsthand how to use math and science to create and design a wide variety of new and exciting technologies that focus on topics of interest to students – the Internet and cell phones, digital video and movie special effects, and electronic music.

Engineering Our Digital Future is designed for early college students or high school students who have completed Algebra II and at least one science course. The course focuses on the fundamentals of modern engineering and technology in the information and communications age.

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3 Responses to “Infinity Project: Engineering Education for Today’s Classroom”

  1. Anonymous
    February 5th, 2010 @ 10:07 am

    I’ve visited their website and found information about available grants. Unfortunately they are restricted by the school location (Texas public school located in Region IV Houston area) 🙁

  2. Curious Cat Science and Engineering Blog » Engineering Innovation Summer Camp
    August 1st, 2010 @ 8:37 am

    Engineering Innovation, which Johns Hopkins has taken nationwide since 2006, is designed to encourage students to pursue careers in engineering and science…

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    August 7th, 2011 @ 4:46 am

    We need to let young students know what they are missing. If people know the wonders of engineering and choose something else for their career path, that is fine. It is a shame when people don’t get to decide, because they never experience what engineering has to offer…

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