Project Lead the Way provides training programs for math, science, and engineering teachers, for interactive games and crafts that they can take back and engage with their students. Of the many teachers who attended the program at SDSU this summer, Frank Carmody from Scripps Ranch High School was among the attendees.

“Teachers learned the various engineering computer programs used in their designated courses, such as Autodesk Inventor (3D modeling program), Autodesk Revit, Scratch, and more. In addition, they learned various engineering principles behind the projects they completed, which in turn, they will be teaching and facilitating in their own classrooms come the new school year,” said Michelle Bunn, Associate Director of Project Lead the Way at SDSU.