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Up For the Challenge? Take the eGFI Quiz!

eGFI geckoOceans and robots, geckoes and golfballs. How much do your students know about engineering? Put them to the test with this fun multiple-choice quiz for grades 6-12. All the answers can be found by scoping out the main eGFI website, and we’ll post the right ones in the next teachers’ newsletter. We’re interested to know how students liked the quiz, and what other puzzlers you and they would like to see. So, please send us your feedback, below. Be sure to mention what grade levels and subjects you teach. We appreciate your response!

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6 Responses to “Up For the Challenge? Take the eGFI Quiz!”

  1. I have about 80 students. I teach IED, POE, CEA, and EDD.

  2. My students liked the quiz but found finding the answers difficult.

  3. My students liked the quiz but found finding the answers difficult.

    Thanks for the input. What grade level are they? Do you know what they found difficult about it? If you have any ideas, we would love to hear them! We would like to create more of these.

    Thank you!

  4. I have about 80 students. I teach IED, POE, CEA, and EDD.

    What do those acronyms stand for? I’m not familiar with them. Thanks!

  5. My student really love your site. We have not taken the quiz yet but I have put together a webquest to go with the site to help guide the students and introduce them to Engineering. I teach Inventions and Innovations to 9th graders, Technological Systems for 9th grade. 7th and 8th grade Exploring Technology, and 8th Applying Technology in Bismarck, ND. Thanks also for all the great lesson plans.

  6. Thanks for your feedback, Dan. We’d love to see your webquest and hear of any other creative approaches you’ve taking in teaching your students egnineering concepts.

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