Hands-on Teaching for the Next Generation of Engineers [Podcast]

At what age can students really grasp the concepts of science and engineering?  And, what is the best way to teach STEM to the engineers and innovators of the future?

I don’t know these answers, but in this Born to Design podcast, I interview two dedicated people who do have the answers: Melissa (Mel) Ahmed and Greg Beddoe of TechWuman. These two very bright design engineers share a passion for STEM, and are so dedicated to the effort of exposing school children to science and engineering that they spend HALF of their time promoting STEM to schools in the UK by teaching it though hands-on learning opportunities with STEM Activity Days.

Mel and Greg spend the other half of their time designing physical security systems for businesses, and have somehow managed to balance both their work and their passion for STEM.

There is much more to this story, which I know you will enjoy hearing in this Born to Design Podcast.

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To learn more about TechWuman, check out its website: https://techwuman.co.uk/

Also, if you are interested in supporting Mel and Greg’s efforts, they are looking for STEM Ambassadors and sponsors.  You can reach them directly at: hello@techwuman.co.uk

Cliff Medling

Cliff Medling is a Senior Marketing Manager at SolidWorks and the host for the Born to Design Podcast.