Welding program brings in virtual welding technology to train students and save money

Las Positas College student Mitchell Mylius explains how Las Positas College Welding instructor Scott Miner employs a unique hands on learning experience that engage students while enhancing their education.
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Student Researcher and Writer: Mitchell Mylius

Faculty Evaluator: Melissa Korber

Las Positas College

Livermore, California

Scholars have long argued that the best way to teach students is through a hands on education. In this article, Las Positas College student Mitchell Mylius explains how Las Positas College Welding instructor Scott Miner employs a unique hands on learning experience that engages students while enhancing their education. Read the Full Article at: http://lpcexpressnews.com/virtual-welding

Contact Mitchell Myliu: myliusmitchell@gmail.com

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