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The K12 Engineering Education Podcast

118 EpisodesProduced by The K12 Engineering Education PodcastWebsite

Promoting education in engineering and design for all ages. Learn more and read transcripts at Produced by Pius Wong, engineer, of Pios Labs ( This podcast is for educators, engineers, entrepreneurs, and parents interested in bringing engineering to younger … read more

118 Episodes | 2016 - 2022

Cybersecurity Awareness Month, with Nicole Bushong

October 24th, 2022


As part of National Cybersecurity Awareness Month, cybersecurity engineer Nicole Bushong shares essential cybersecurity habits and tools for keeping …

Solve Real Problems and Win Real Prizes, with Autumn and George Dowdy and Ann Woo

August 10th, 2022


The Solve for Tomorrow design competition from Samsung is starting up again, and three guests join the podcast to explain how it works, and why …

Teaching Coding to the Community with a Small Business, with Amy Pirzada

June 30th, 2022


Amy Pirzada started My Coding Place as an educational business focused on teaching coding to kids in Austin. But she soon expanded to teach chess, game design, 3D modeling, 3D printing, and more technical topics in …

The Physics Circus Teaches Science, with Joseph Ziegel

April 13th, 2022


The Physics Circus at The University of Texas at Austin tries to attract kids to science using loud and entertaining demonstrations that might not be …

The Science Journal for Kids, with Tanya Dimitrova

February 3rd, 2022


Do scientific research articles sometimes sound like another language? To K-12 students, very often it’s yes. Tanya Dimitrova tried to help solve …

Design Biomolecular Circuits, with Dr. Xiaojing Gao

December 14th, 2021


What is synthetic biology? Researcher and professor Dr. Xiaojing Gao introduces this cutting edge field. He explains how his lab at Stanford …

A Video Game for Designing Robots, with Dan White

November 22nd, 2021


Learning in robotics doesn’t have to take weeks, if you can design, build, and test a robot in hours in a video game. Dan White, CEO of Filament Games, introduces RoboCo, their game meant to teach principles of …

Reach Youth by Listening to Them, with Scott Steward

September 12th, 2021


Chicago educator and entrepreneur Scott Steward breaks down his teaching philosophy, rooted in getting to know his students. Steward founded Genius …

Robotics Competitions after 2021, with Dan Mantz

August 6th, 2021


The Robotics Education and Competition (REC) Foundation has been running robotics programs for youth for years, including the widespread global competitions sponsored by VEX Robotics. Dan Mantz is the CEO of the REC …

Teach Harder Math and Problem-Solving, with Richard Rusczyk

July 13th, 2021


Math is fundamental to engineering education and other disciplines. That’s part of why Richard Rusczyk wants to teach kids harder math than they …

Teach 3D Printing, with David Seto and Michael Welch

June 17th, 2021


Kids can learn CAD for 3D printing, but teaching it doesn’t have to be a hassle. David Seto and Michael Welch wrote a set of books to make teaching and learning the subject easier. They based it on their own …

Trans Engineers You Should Know, with Dr. Ada-Rhodes Short

June 2nd, 2021


Mechanical engineer Dr. Ada-Rhodes Short studies robot brains, having previously worked in industry and academia for commercial toy companies, NASA, Texas A&M, and more. She also advocates for diversity and …

Aiming for Equity in K-12 Computer Science, with Rosemary Kamei

May 25th, 2021


The Silicon Valley Education Foundation (SVEF) is a nonprofit running several programs in K-12 STEM education, including its Computer Science …

CAD in a Web Browser, with Amanda Hough

April 27th, 2021


The pandemic has spurred teachers like Amanda Hough to teach CAD remotely, but how do you do that if students don’t have the hardware to run resource-heavy CAD software? Amanda uses cloud-based CAD platform OnShape, …

Better K-12 Engineering Post-COVID, with Dr. Corey Hall

April 7th, 2021


STEM curriculum specialist Dr. Corey Hall shares tips and resources for teaching engineering effectively at the K-12 level in 2021, both during and …

How to Change the Education System, with Suzanne Demallie

March 19th, 2021


The education system can change top-down, or bottom-up. Author Suzanne DeMallie wrote “Can You Hear Me Now?” – a book about how parents and teachers …

Legendary LEDs, with Dr. Russ Dupuis

March 5th, 2021


LEDs, or light-emitting diodes, have changed the world – and continue to do so. This energy-efficient electronics technology came from decades of …

Teaching HTML/CSS, Unplugged and Offline, with Sam Taylor

February 3rd, 2021


How do you learn web development without a computer, or without any electronic device? Sam Taylor wrote a book to help learners do just that. As a …

Aerospace Engineering Entrepreneur, with Mishaal Ashemimry

January 22nd, 2021


Mishaal Ashemimry is an aerospace engineer and pilot who, after working for major aerospace organizations, formed her own aerospace startup to design rockets for small, low-Earth orbit satellites. As a Saudi American, …

What Do Equations Sound Like on the Piano?

December 29th, 2020


Let’s make equations musical. Instead of visualizing equations on a graph, let’s listen to them on the piano, merging all our math and music knowledge. You can make two-dimensional x-y math equations audible – or …

Modernizing Army Training in Software and Tech

November 19th, 2020


Army Futures Command (AFC) is partnering with Austin Community College (ACC) in Texas to create a new Software Factory, which will be a software …

How Is School Reopening Going?

October 31st, 2020


Schools have reopened in Fall 2020 amid the COVID19 pandemic, and educators are putting in overtime to make it work. Four educators speak about …

Listen and Learn: Making an Audio Course in Science for Kids

August 28th, 2020


How do you make an audio-based course to teach science topics to kids? Podcast creator, teacher, and musician Marshall Escamilla explains. Marshall is a co-creator of the highly rated Tumble Science Podcast for Kids. …

How Can Model Railroading Teach STEM?

June 27th, 2020


Model railroading is uniquely primed for doing educational outreach today, says Stacey Walthers Naffah, President of Milwaukee-based Walthers. Walthers is a major model railroading company, distributing and …

How Do You Build a Career in EdTech?

May 11th, 2020


These teachers know tech. Steve Dembo and Victoria Thompson teach in K-12 and are also educational technology consultants. Steve is a middle school …

Green Chemistry Invention in K-12

April 11th, 2020


The nonprofit Beyond Benign specializes in developing and disseminating educational resources in green chemistry – like how to create bioplastics, or …

Shelter in Place, Go to School

March 31st, 2020


Rachel describes how her small Texas school district can function in the middle of COVID-19. As a school district administrator, she has to organize …

Teach the Geek to Speak

March 26th, 2020


As a biomedical engineer in orthobiologics, Neil Thompson still had to do a lot of public speaking. He was a self-professed awful public speaker, …

Not SXSW Live

March 14th, 2020


The South-by-Southwest education conference for 2020 is cancelled, due to emergency declarations related to COVID-19. Pius and Rachel discuss what happens next, for educators in Texas and across the country.

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Real-World Learning in 2020

March 10th, 2020


Casey Lamb and Roger Horton work with the nonprofit organization Schools That Can. Schools That Can aims to promote real-world learning in …

This Engineer Is Running for Congress

February 26th, 2020


Project manager and software engineer Rick Kennedy is running for US House Representative for District 17 in Texas, in the 2020 Democratic primary. After decades working in tech, and after Trump was elected, Rick …

Leveling Up Your Career in Education

January 26th, 2020


How do you “develop your practice” as a teacher and administrator? Rachel and Pius discuss this question and share their thoughts on going deeper into their careers as educators, all after a dinner of Austin barbecue.

Inventing GPS

January 16th, 2020


Hugo Fruehauf, one of the co-inventors of GPS, explains the nitty-gritty of what GPS is. He also details his critical engineering work on the GPS subsystem of the atomic clock. Hugo was one of four recipients of the …

Australian Trends in Engineering Education

December 3rd, 2019


Like much of the world, Australian educators are increasingly embracing STEM education for younger students. Chris Perkins is one such teacher at …

Q&A with a Chemical Engineer

October 31st, 2019


What does a chemical engineer do? What makes a good one? What should young people know about the field? Chemical engineer Will Mullen helps us …

Career Advice for New Electrical and Software Engineers

September 18th, 2019


What should you look for in your first engineering job? How do you bridge high school, college, internships, and then finally full-time work? Is …

Robots for Everyone!

August 31st, 2019


What do young people think about STEM fields today? Michigan STEM educator Danielle Boyer talks about her perspective as a recent high school …

Distributed Programming for Newbies

August 12th, 2019


Distributed systems rule much of new technology today, as software programs exist across multiple computers, servers, phones, and smart devices. How …

Cybersecurity and Being Human

July 7th, 2019


Cybersecurity needs more professionals working in the field, and guest Nicole Bushong from Houston shares why. They explain critical issues today in …

Teaching Accessibility by Building Picture Books for the Blind

May 18th, 2019


How can you teach universal design to kids and teens? Have them build accessible games and books, according to The Build a Better Book project, from …

Educating a Cybersecurity Professional

April 25th, 2019


In this age of growing internet technology and connected computers, cybersecurity engineers and computer scientists will be more critical. Software …

Highlights of SXSW Edu 2019

April 9th, 2019


If you missed the 2019 edition of the South by Southwest Education (SXSW Edu) conference in Austin, Texas, we rehash some highlights that you may have missed. We talk about empathy, accessibility, and a few new tech …

Fixing School Finance

March 12th, 2019


Texans across the state and across the political divide agree: public school funding needs fixing. What that means exactly, however, is tricky. In …

Water Systems with the Army Corps of Engineers

March 4th, 2019


Problem-solving, technology, and public service all combine when you work as an engineer for the US Army Corps of Engineers (USACE). Dr. Michael …

Artificial Intelligence for Kids

February 25th, 2019


The educational technology company Robolink is coming out with a new robotics platform for teaching kids the fundamentals of programming artificial …

Money, Machines, and More

February 18th, 2019


Educator Rachel and engineer Pius introduce Season 4 and brainstorm about what interests us in K-12 engineering education today. We talk about school …


December 13th, 2018


Engineers Sadhan and Pius continue an ongoing series of discussions on the fundamentals of mechanical engineering. Today they talk about what they remember about statics, forces, acceleration, moments, relativity, …

The Startup Reinventing Invention Kits

November 8th, 2018


What are the trends in educational kids’ toys today? How can programming kits be improved? How does an education business start and succeed? Entrepreneur Joseph Greer in Chicago discusses these issues as he describes …

Games and Simulations in Construction Engineering

October 23rd, 2018


Architectural and civil engineers are using rich digital tools to simulate constructed buildings. Similar tools are also being used in digital video …

Reaching the High School Girls Who Didn't See Themselves in Tech

October 8th, 2018


Among the various STEM education organizations that have developed throughout the last several years, there is ChickTech. The local Austin chapter of the nonprofit began just a few years ago, and Dana DeFebbo, its …

An Architect in the Classroom

September 10th, 2018


What skills does a professional architect bring to high school education? Guest Kelly Foster explains, as he shares his experience as both a …

A Robot for Developers and Educators

August 16th, 2018


Engineer Ian Bernstein talks about his startup’s newest consumer robot released by Misty Robotics: Misty II. Based on what he learned developing his previous educational robot Sphero, Ian and his team created Misty II …

Truth in Storytelling: The Reality of Teachers' Lives

August 6th, 2018


Author Roxanna Elden discusses her new satirical novel Adequate Yearly Progress, which tells the story of the teachers’ lives across one year in the …

Leaving Teaching for Tech

July 30th, 2018


Former teacher and current tech worker Sophia talks about why she left the classroom, how people perceive teachers, how to bring STEM to …

Engineers on Eyes

July 9th, 2018


What’s so great about the human eye? Can we build something just like it? When would we need to design something better? Sadhan joins the podcast …

The Future of Assessments in Engineering Design

June 24th, 2018


Now that states have written engineering into K-12 science and technology learning standards, more institutions are thinking about how to run …

Teaching Science in Prison

June 10th, 2018


Science education occurs in juvenile detention centers, as part of the schooling available to young people there so that they can receive their high …

Teaching Computer Science Remotely to Kids

May 27th, 2018


Vivian Shen and Ruby Lee want to teach kids how to program one-on-one over the internet. Vivian and Ruby are Cofounders of Juni Learning, their new educational startup that provides programming lessons to kids like how …

Intro to Mechanical Engineering

May 14th, 2018


What is mechanical engineering? Engineer Sadhan Sathyaseelan joins the show again from The University of Texas to wonder out loud about all the important aspects of this classic engineering field. This is a continuing …

SXSW EDU Live: Podcasting and Lesson Design

May 1st, 2018


Recorded in the middle of South-by-Southwest (SXSW) EDU 2018, this episode features educator Rachel and engineer Pius. They discuss their immediate reactions to hosting two SXSW events this year, including insights on …

Science Storytelling

April 28th, 2018


Marshall Escamilla is part of a team of podcasters who create Tumble, a science podcast for kids and their families. With a background in music and K-12 education, Marshall shares the purpose of Tumble and how his show …

SXSW EDU Uncensored: Full Recap

April 16th, 2018


We recap the South by Southwest Education conference (SXSW EDU) in 2018 after it ends, talking about the reactions of attendees, educational …

Tracing Brain Circuits for Mental Health, with Dr. Talia Lerner

April 8th, 2018


Neuroscience research needs help from many fields, including engineering. Dr. Talia Lerner describes some of the engineering tools that she uses to …

Engineering 101

March 25th, 2018


What is engineering? What are the important aspects of engineering that anybody should know? Can we talk about all this without getting too deep into …

Autonomous Vehicles, Now and Later

March 14th, 2018


Society is headed toward more driverless cars, self-driving cars, shared cars, connected fleets, and all kinds of autonomous vehicles (AVs). How will …

Math Anxiety

February 26th, 2018


Anxiety in engineering education sometimes comes from doing math. What does math anxiety feel like? What are its causes and effects? How do you deal with it, as a student and as a teacher? Guest cohost Rachel joins …

Improving Underperforming Schools

November 20th, 2017


We close out Season 2 with another visit from Rachel, an educator with experience in school improvement strategies. First Pius and Rachel discuss …

Are All-Girls Engineering Classes Different?

October 30th, 2017


Teachers at all-girls schools might have insights on how to engage more young people – especially girls – into engineering. Several teachers at The …

Coding Python in Middle School

October 16th, 2017


How can you bridge the gap between teaching simpler visual programming tools and teaching more complicated textual programming tools? Julia …

Visiting Engineers Virtually

October 2nd, 2017


How can teachers expose their students to more engineering role models? What do they do if they don’t have time to arrange visits and field trips? …

Digital Pop Culture for STEM

September 18th, 2017


How do you use the power of digital pop culture today to engage kids in engineering? Guest engineer Nehemiah Mabry, Ph.D., talks about this and more. …

Mexico vs. USA

September 10th, 2017


What is engineering education like in Mexico compared to the USA? This episode is an introduction to that topic as we talk to Hernando Garrido, a mechatronics and manufacturing engineer with the medical device company …

Scouting for Engineering Education

September 4th, 2017


The Boy Scouts of America are growing a new youth educational program called STEM Scouts, open to boys and girls. Guests Davis Fox and Deborah (Debbie) Vasquez talk about the mission of the program, which goes beyond …

Verification and Validation

August 21st, 2017


Guest engineer and consultant Pat Sweet, P.Eng., talks about two of his favorite words in engineering: verification and validation. They describe …

Road to Civil Engineering

August 14th, 2017


What’s it like to engineer roadways and the physical infrastructure of society? Guest Jerel Rackley, P.E., explains. Jerel is a civil engineer with …

Raising an Electrical Engineer

August 7th, 2017


How do you make an engineer? Guest engineer Leyla Yilan shares her thoughts. Leyla is an electrical and computer engineer at chip-maker AMD, as well as a proud parent of two daughters. She tells her story of how she …

Entrepreneurship in Engineering

July 31st, 2017


Mechanical engineer and PhD student Sadhan Sathyaseelan cohosts with engineer-entrepreneur Pius Wong in today’s episode. We talk about Sadhan’s experience learning that engineering students want to be business leaders, …

Skateboard Mechanical Engineering

July 17th, 2017


Guest mechanical engineer Beau Trifiro talks about his business in skateboard design, fabrication, and education. Based in San Diego, Open Source Skateboards not only builds custom skateboards, it also teaches kids in …

China vs. USA

July 10th, 2017


How does China prepare students for careers in computer science and related fields, compared to the USA? Hear from a Chinese student of computer science and mathematics who is studying in Texas for his undergraduate …

Inside a Startup After-School STEAM Program

July 3rd, 2017


Founding an education business comes with challenges and rewards, far beyond the financials. Guest EJ Zain talks about this first-hand. EJ founded the startup Maker Kids Lab, LLC, in Austin, Texas. Her very new …

Overcoming Struggles

June 20th, 2017


Some students struggle with trauma, mental health, mental disabilities, and negative peers and adults; and yet, with the right decisions and the …

Organizations to Build an Engineering Identity

June 12th, 2017


Dr. Renata Revelo talks about the importance of identity when educating and retaining engineers. Dr. Revelo is an electrical engineer, a professor, and a researcher in engineering education at the University of …

Engaging Hispanic Students in Engineering

June 5th, 2017


Start with what kids already know, when teaching them engineering. Have them work in their community. Guest Dr. Alex Mejia says you should tap into …

Best Movies for Engineering

May 23rd, 2017


What are the best movies and TV shows in entertainment for inspiring your thinking in engineering? Rachel, Sadhan, and Pius talk about their top suggestions, and they discuss how they affect perceptions of engineering.

An English Teacher's Advice on STEM

May 16th, 2017


English teacher and author Roxanna Elden talks about her tips for new teachers, how to form your personal Board of Advisors as a teacher, how to teach writing in any classroom, and more, in this discussion. She draws …

Engineers' Favorite Teachers

May 9th, 2017


What makes a good teacher for future engineers? In honor of National Teacher Appreciation Week, we ask five practicing engineers about their favorite teachers growing up. The engineers come from different disciplines, …

Active Learning in Computer Science

May 2nd, 2017


We talk strategies for teaching computer science (CS), with Dr. Cynthia Taylor, a computer science professor at The University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC). Cynthia does research on effective CS education pedagogy, …

Teaching Ethics

April 25th, 2017


How do you teach ethics to engineering students? Guests Dr. Beccy Hambright and Richard Burgess talk about their experience tackling that question, …

Aerospace Engineering for Future Pilots

April 18th, 2017


Studying engineering might help you in your future career, especially if that future is in the Air Force. Today’s guest is a pilot who studied aerospace engineering for an undergraduate degree, and he explains how that …

Gaming Culture for Computer Science and Engineering Education

April 11th, 2017


How can we harness the power of games for education? In Part 1 of the episode, the podcast explores how the PAX South 2017 gaming conference inspired ideas in better engineering education. In Part 2, we hear from two …

Justice in Engineering Education

March 28th, 2017


The SXSW Education conference and festival this year highlighted equity, fairness, and justice as a major theme. How does this apply to engineering and computer science education? This episode explores the views of …

New EdTech and More at SXSW

March 21st, 2017


Robots, role models, rap, and more all stood out at the 2017 South by Southwest (SXSW) conference and festival. Pius highlights products, programs, …

Data Visualization Tips and Tricks

March 7th, 2017


How can we deal with data better? How can we teach kids to deal with data better? Sarah Morris from the nonprofit Nuclear Learning Network has some …

Mobile Game and App Reviews

February 27th, 2017


Pius reviews with Rachel five mobile apps related to engineering education, available on Android and iOS. A ten-year-old guest reviewer also gives …

Orthopaedics Engineering for Kids and Teens

February 21st, 2017


Dr. Jenni Buckley and Dr. Amy Trauth-Nare from the University of Delaware talk about Orthopaedics in Action (OIA), their curriculum in biomechanics …

Year in Review/Preview

February 13th, 2017


Pius, Rachel, and Sadhan reunite to talk about big news in engineering education from 2016 (Part 1: 00m20s), followed by a politically flavored …

Autism in the Engineering Classroom

December 20th, 2016


In the big push for more engineers today, can we get them from autistic students? Research has shown that college students with autism spectrum …

The Nonprofit Push for Girls in Engineering

December 12th, 2016


Hear from two nonprofit organizations trying to provide girls with more education in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM). In Part 1 …

CAD vs. Engineering

December 6th, 2016


Step into the classroom of 16-year veteran CAD teacher Audrea Moyers. Audrea also teaches engineering design, and she talks about how the pathway of …

Better Brainstorming

November 22nd, 2016


High school engineering teacher Joe Malchar helps Pius and Sadhan review the guidelines for effective brainstorming. Joe talks about some common …

Own Your Curiosity: High School Reimagined

November 15th, 2016


"What else can high school look like?" Mikala Streeter wondered about that question as her career expanded from the computer science industry into …

Ice Cream Engineering

November 8th, 2016


Teach engineering using something that a lot of kids and adults love: ice cream. We get expert advice on the technology and methodologies behind …

Teacher Dreams and Nightmares

October 24th, 2016


We explore the alleged phenomenon of teachers getting bad dreams and nightmares, more often than everyone else, starting with several engineering teachers' most memorable ones. Do other teachers really get these dreams? …

If You Can't Breathe

October 18th, 2016


Engineer and professor Dr. Dave Allen speaks about what motivated him to get into the work that he does. Dave is the director of the Center for Energy and Environmental Resources (CEER) and Professor of Chemical …

Much More Than a Social Network

October 11th, 2016


Today's guests present a smorgasbord of resources available for K12 engineering educators, starting with the website, an …

India vs. USA

September 27th, 2016


How do other countries besides the USA motivate and educate future engineers? Guest Sadhan Sathyaseelan shares his view, comparing his Indian and American education in engineering. Sadhan is a mechanical engineer who …

Building a Startup in Educational Robotics

September 20th, 2016


Starting a business these days in educational hardware and software takes more than technology. Guest Connie Hu explains. Connie is the CEO and …

Why Engineers Turn into Teachers

September 13th, 2016


Six teachers who once studied and practiced engineering talk about their opinions on K12 engineering education. In this focus group, they give …

Helping Kids Explore STEM Careers

August 30th, 2016


How do you recognize and nurture kids' interests in careers in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM)? Guest Lois Melbourne speaks about …


August 23rd, 2016


Do engineers have empathy? Can they get into other people's heads? How do empathy and the arts relate to engineering education? We talk about this with today's guest, Rachel Fahrig, an educator with experience in …

Engineering Teachers Replicate Themselves, Part 2

August 16th, 2016


Get tips on how to run a better professional development (or PD) for engineering teachers, directly from the trainers who just ran one. This is Part 2 of a topic we started in the previous episode. Melanie Kong …

Engineering Teachers Replicate Themselves, Part 1

August 9th, 2016


How do you prepare to train engineering teachers? Two teachers, who are also engineers, are preparing to train more teachers this summer to teach engineering. Guests Melanie Kong and Natalie Wyll are chemical and …

Robot Philanthropy

July 26th, 2016


Engineer Jeff Munn talks about teaching kids robotics in an orphanage in India. Jeff works for engineering hardware-software company National Instruments, based in Austin, Texas. With his company's support, he …

Going To Conferences

July 19th, 2016


We talk about the pros and cons of attending professional conferences related to engineering education, including South by Southwest EDU (SXSWedu), whose deadline is coming up! Teacher Rachel Fahrig gives tips on how …

Teaching High School Engineering Better

July 12th, 2016


Teacher Jerry "Molde" Moldenhauer talks about what he's learned while teaching engineering to high school students over the past years in Austin, …

Teaching Teachers (When You're Not One)

June 28th, 2016


Engineers Sadhan Sathyaseelan and Pius Wong both have trained high school teachers in engineering curricula. We're talking about what we've learned, …

Educational Standards

June 14th, 2016


Engineer Pius Wong speaks with teacher Rachel Fahrig about educational standards, including NGSS and Common Core. We cover what they mean, the various strong opinions about them, and how they might broadly affect K12 …

Why K12 Engineering? (Pilot)

May 31st, 2016


In our inaugural episode of The K12 Engineering Education Podcast, guests Rachel Fahrig and Sadhan Sathyaseelan speak with host Pius Wong about the importance of teaching engineering at younger ages, and the questions …

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