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Affiliate Highlight - Spotlight on Sinclair Community College
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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
CJ STEMM Center
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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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PLTW Student Wins State Championship

April 25, 2009-Columbus, Ohio - The Toledo Technology Academy wins state championship.

Forth year Project Lead the Way student student Sam Murdock won the Related Technical Math competition at the 57th Annual SkillsUsa Ohio Championship held at the Ohio State Fairgrounds. Sam competed against seventeen other students from around the state that qualified through their regional contest. Students were given 50 problems related to technology to solve in a four hour time frame. Sam was able to complete the competition in two hours and correctly answer the questions to become the new state champion. Sam will advance to the National SkillsUsa competition in June, were he will compete with 8,000 other students from around the country in over 70 different skill areas.

Sam has a 4.4 GPA and is presently taking post secondary options at the University of Toledo were he is completing elementary multi-variable calculus III. His plans after high school are to attend the honors engineering program at Ohio State.