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Train Your Brain: Think Like an Engineer - 
      Alex Woolf
    
      David Broadbent

Train Your Brain: Think Like an Engineer

; David Broadbent (Illustratør)

Help your child to develop their growth mindset as they discover how real engineers look at the world and how they think.

Children's brains are powerful and flexible, but they need exercising and challenging to develop. Les mer
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Help your child to develop their growth mindset as they discover how real engineers look at the world and how they think.

Children's brains are powerful and flexible, but they need exercising and challenging to develop. In this book they will uncover the core skills that can make a good engineer great, and be encouraged to have a go at some simple activities to help them to train their brain to become better at applying outstanding engineering practice.

By uncovering the way that real engineers look at the world and approach problems scientifically, they will be learning skills that will set them in good stead for life. Each topic is broken down into manageable chunks, so the reader can build up their skills and naturally develop their thinking.

Each book contains biographies of four top engineers, and the humorous illustrations throughout help the reader to understand some of the trickier concepts.

Ideal for students aged 8+ who are studying engineering or S.T.E.A.M. topics at key stage 2.

Titles in this series:
Think Like An Astronaut
Think Like An Artist
Think Like a Coder
Think Like An Engineer
Think Like A Mathematician
Think Like A Scientist
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Forlag: Wayland
Innbinding: Innbundet
Språk: Engelsk
Sider: 48
ISBN: 9781526316523
Format: 27 x 22 cm
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VURDERING
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Les vurderinger
1: What is an engineer?
1: Find a problem
1: State the problem
1: Charles Kuen Kao: Fibre-optic pioneer
1: Imagine a solution
1: Brainstorm
1: Don't be scared
1: Break it down
1: Margaret Knight: Prolific inventor
1: Choose the best solution
1: Draw your project
1: Nikola Tesla: Electric power trailblazer
1: Plan your project
1: Build your project
1: Don't be discouraged
1: Review your project
1: Emily Roebling: Bridge builder
1: Improve your project
1: Upcycle
1: Awesome engineers
1: You can do it!
1: Glossary
1: Further information
1: Index
Alex Woolf (Author)
Alex Woolf has written more than 150 books, both fiction and non-fiction, mostly for children. Many of these have sold around the world and his words have been translated into over a dozen different languages. He has written on a huge range of subjects including Romans, chocolate, asteroids, sharks, Tudors, flying reptiles, soap, bees and acne. In 2019, he won a Fiction Express award for his story, Mystery at Moon Base One. Alex lives in North London with his family and two cats, Juno and Minerva.

David Broadbent (Illustrator)
David Broadbent has been an illustrator for many a long year, he has created illustrations for different companies and people all over this planet of ours and would like to keep doing so. Books are his favourite thing to work on and he has created artwork for titles such as Do Nice be Kind Spread Happy, Be the Change, Make it Happen and The Camper Van Bible. He lives on the south coast of England with his family, including a strange dog and a three legged hamster.