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The Fish Weir Engineering Challenge described in this article provides one example of how cultural and historical STEM practices can be integrated into science and engineering lessons for Native American students. Although we discuss this lesson in specific context to Native American students, it can be adapted to meet other cultures or curricular goals. Fish weirs are an ancient technology used around the globe for centuries in places including Asia, Europe, and the Middle East. These trapsdoi:10.2505/4/ss15_038_09_45 fatcat:u2o7hq6bobccrewyffe3xmbkpi