JRNEY Blog Post 4-2-18
This month, the JRNEY blog focuses on the importance of partnerships, and the first story is a great one. I had the opportunity to talk to Tracey Winey a few weeks ago, and I was so impressed with her commitment to equity for everyone involved in Engineering Brightness. She believes strongly that everyone deserves a voice at the table and that problems are solved when we all work together. So here’s the story of how Engineering Brightness began and the impact its participants are having all over the world.
Port Coquitlam School Connects for Learning
Diane Strandberg/Tri City News
Students make prototypes of LED lamps to be further refined by Dominican Republic students and then distributed to families who need them. Read full story.
Ignite Tomorrow Today: Engineering Brightness
Allen Distinguished Educator - Tracey Winey
Engineering Brightness Featured at WE DAY Calgary
Allen Distinguished Educators - Tracey Winey and Dawn Dupriest
Preston Middle School in the news
Riverview High School in the news
Engineering Brightness at Preston Middle School