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NEW!!! 3/29/16

Milford High School students create prosthetic arm for girl.



NEW!!! 1/19/16

POE Presentations from Fall Conference 2015:

- Middle School Transitions

- Surviving Robot C


ODE Apprenticeship Presentation from Fall Conference

Hilliard Davidson High School girls engineering class on PLTW national website to promote Introduce a Girl to
Engineering Day
North Union Middle School Teacher Named VEX Teacher of the Year!
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How One Ohio School Makes Engineers
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Chaminade Julienne dedicates
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Kelly Woodruff adds 'a lot of spirit' to Northwestern High School
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Kettering Fairmont wins State Real World Design Challenge for third year in a row
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Bridging the Engineering Gender Gap:
Schools work to introduce more girls to engineering
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PLTW National changes to Program Implementation and Ohio's response
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The Change to Vex Equipment from an Industry Perspective
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Delivery Models

Centerville PLTW students demonstrate workcell for Ohio's PLTW state leader, Kathy Sommers
Teachers at Summer Training Institute choose parts for building project

The PLTW program may be offered in several different ways. The school agreement that your school signed has been changed to stipulate that at least FOUR courses must be taught. Digital Electronics is once again an elective in Ohio. You must offer the first TWO classes, Intro to Engineering Design, Principles of Engineering, two electives that best suit the workforce needs of your community, or an elective and the CAPSTONE course, Engineering Design and Development. We highly recommend that you keep the five class implementation if possible.

You may use any of these delivery models:
2 Year Delivery Model
3 Year Delivery Model
4 Year Delivery Model

Course order is optional, however we recommend that you begin with Introduction to Engineering Design and progress to Principles of Engineering.  Then, once the foundation courses are taught, you may pick your elective course.