Category Archives: Project-Based Learning

DREAM BIG, ENGINEERING OUR WORLD – Update

The American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) Fresno Branch and Younger Member Forum would like to invite faculty, students, and parents to the ASCE Dream Big screening. Our previous movie screening date has SOLD OUT, BUT we have opened a SECOND SCREENING DATE. The second screening will be held on Saturday, February 25th located at Campus Pointe’s Maya Theater across from Fresno State. The screening is 100% free, but tickets are limited, so reserve them now!Attached is a flyer with all the information. ASCE professionals will be eager to meet our future leaders and answer any questions they may have. Hope to see you and your students there!

Please use this link to obtain tickets for the Saturday showing. Please bring a printed copy of your ticket(s) to the movie showing:

www.ascedreambigsaturday.eventbrite.com

Please Note – If you have advanced tickets for the Wednesday showing (February 22nd) there is no need to register for the Saturday showing. Please bring a printed copy of your ticket(s) to the movie showing. Flyers for this event do not count as tickets.

 If you have any questions or concerns please feel free to contact our K-12 Outreach coordinators Analisa Gonzales (agonzales@bcf-engr.com) and James Loy (jloy@markthomas.com).

 All around the world, engineers are pushing the limits of ingenuity and innovation in unexpected, imaginative, and amazing ways. Dream Big: Engineering Our World, a giant-screen film about engineering, will take viewers on a journey of discovery from the world’s tallest building to a bridge higher than the clouds. Along the way, the audience will witness how today’s engineers are shaping the world of tomorrow.

http://www.asce.org/dream-big/

http://www.dreambigfilm.com/

James Loy, PE
Senior Design Engineer

(559) 447-1938 x3114 | (559) 374-3114 direct

Mark Thomas & Company
Providing Engineering, Surveying and Planning Services
www.markthomas.com

 

Engineer Your Future!

How exciting is Project-Based Learning?   Check out what my friend, Andrea Fernandes, and her group created for Mission Oak High School in Tulare, California.  I have watched Andrea since ground floor implement this into her high school.  It’s so exciting to see the progress.  Teachers have such a profound effect on students.  Never Never Never Ever Give up! ~Sandy