“Children as Engineers – Paired Peer Mentors in Primary Schools”

EPC’s Engaging in Enreport covergineering Public Engagement Grant Award 2014

At its 2014 Congress, the Engineering Professors’ Council launched a public engagement funding call: Engaging in Engineering.  One of the two winning projects was “Children as Engineers – Paired Peer Mentors in Primary Schools” from Dr Catherine Hobbs and Laura Fogg-Rogers of the University of the West of England.

Laura’s paper on the project, entitled “Children as Engineers – Paired Peer Mentors in Primary Schools” has has been accepted into the European Journal of Engineering Education (The Official Journal of the European Society for Engineering Education).

You can read the finished paper here.

Read more about the project.

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