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Service learning is a powerful educational method to deliver engineering curricula [1, 2] while benefiting student retention, personal development, and community connections [3, 4]. Furthermore, positive societal impact is highly important to underrepresented students in career selection [5, 6] and classes or projects with clear engineering-service components commonly attract a higher percentage of students from underrepresented groups [7, 8]. In this work-in-progress, we examine our initial efforts in implementing toy adaptation to enhance engineering education and to serve our broader community.
Mollica, M. Y., & Feldner, H. A., & Caspi, A., & Steele, K. M., & Hendricks, D. G. (2017, June), Board # 12 : Toy Adaptation in Undergraduate Education and Outreach: An Initial Examination into Participant Experience and Perceptions (Work in Progress) Paper presented at 2017 ASEE Annual Conference & Exposition, Columbus, Ohio. https://peer.asee.org/27708
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