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Design & Technological Studies: Lincoln High School

Name: Design & Technological Studies–Lincoln High School Joe Nuzzo teaches Design & Technological Studies at Lincoln High School in Ypsilanti, Michigan. His Web site is a showcase of student work in Engineering problem solving, technological studies, and interdisciplinary application/connections. How to use the
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Name:Design & Technological Studies–Lincoln High School

Joe Nuzzo teaches Design & Technological Studies at Lincoln High School in Ypsilanti, Michigan. His Web site is a showcase of student work in Engineering problem solving, technological studies, and interdisciplinary application/connections.

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Nuzzo uses this site to promote the high achievement of a diverse student body in the realm of engineering problem solving and technological studies. Virtually every area includes links to samples of student work going back several years. Nuzzo also uses the site as a foundation for professional development and networking, providing concrete evidence of the methodologies, resources, and assessment tools used in his classes.

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