LIsa Mintz Tenenbaum is a Teacher of Technology Education (TE) for Freshman Technology & Design and Human Factors Engineering elective courses at Union County Magnet High School, Union County Vocational-Technical Schools, Scotch Plains, NJ. She received her undergraduate degree in Industrial Design from University of the Arts, Philadelphia, PA, Master’s degree in TE from Ball State University and Makerspace Integration Certification from Rutger’s University. Ms. Tenenbaum has taught TE in district K-12 schools, behavioral special needs education and vocational-technical school environments, specializing in pre-engineering, design methods, drafting, computer aided drafting, civil engineering, human factors engineering and graphics design. She has written and launched multiple courses, as well as been advisor for FIRST Robotics Competition teams. As educator, Ms. Tenenbaum's willingness to discover new ways of conveying instructional lessons, activities, or methods has led her to the natural progressive step of strengthening engagement and emphasizing hands-on learning through the introduction of Human Factors/Ergonomics to vocational-technical high school students.