Smith-Cotton High School Project Lead the Way students took a field trip Tuesday, April 4, to the University of Central Missouri in Warrensburg for the American Institute of Building Design's Design and Build Day.

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PLTW teacher Rush Walters' students sat in on presentations by residential designers. Walters said one student was so impressed that "he is changing what he wants to do as a career because of the presentations.

" Project Lead the Way is a STEM (science, technology, engineering, mathematics) centered educational model that focuses on problem solving, critical and creative thinking, collaboration, and communication.

Photo 1: Smith-Cotton student Will Hooton tries out Envisioneer Virtual Reality, where he was able to walk through a digital 3D design of a house, during a field trip to the University of Central Missouri in Warrensburg for the American Institute of Building Design: Design and Build Day.

Photo 2: Smith-Cotton PLTW teacher Rush Walters' students with Kevin Holdridge, president of the American Institute of Building & Design.

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