The Global Race to Produce Technologically Savvy Graduates is On

America is no exception, but we are losing our edge. Innovation has been the key to the rise of every great civilization. Applied math and science are the foundation of all technological learning. Our goals are to encourage visibility of the engineering profession in the classroom, increase the number of students entering the engineering field, provide resources to help educators teach engineering at all levels, and to make it fun!

Are you looking for a great idea to make engineering come alive for your classroom visit? Click on the pages below for tried and tested projects, programs and presentations. The resources are divided by grade level. Choose the appropriate audience to view the resources available.

To obtain the Engineering Core certification, individuals shall take a minimum of 150 instructional hours in engineering and demonstrate content mastery on three separate Florida Engineering (FLENG) exams. Students may earn a certification via a number of different result combinations on the previous 1 to 9 scale and the new achievement level descriptors (ALD). The following combinations will result in earning a certification:

  1. Combined total score of 19 or more across three exams
  2. Combined total score of 12 or more across two exams and an “Accomplished” ALD or above on one exam
  3. Score of 6 or above on one exam and an “Accomplished” ALD or above on two exams
  4. “Accomplished” or above on three exams.

For more information, please contact Amanda Hudson at ahudson@fleng.org.