Teaching Innovation in P-12 Education Edward M. Reeve, Technology and Engineering Education, Utah State University, USA Today students must be trained in 21ST Century Skills that enable them to successfully live and work in our global society. Essential 21st Century Skills often include those related to problem-solving, communication, collaboration, critical thinking and creativity. But how can students learn these skills? One method is through utilizing the “engineering design process” that allows student to become “innovators” who can create new methods or products. The engineering design process is an iterative problem-solving approach that is promoted as an essential practice to be taught in STEM Education. This presentation will show how the engineering design process can be used to teach innovation in P-12 Education.