American Society for Engineering Education
ASEE PreK-12 Workshop
Saturday, June 24, 2017
Welcome, PreK-12 teachers, administrators and engineering educators from Columbus and across the country!
Join us for an informative day of professional development for pre-college teachers!
Learn about how to integrate the “E” in STEM into learning and engage your students in authentic engineering practices.
Broaden your understanding of the engineering practices as articulated in the Next Generation Science Standards.
The PreK-12 Curriculum Showcase – All educators are invited to display their original ideas and innovative models that show how they integrate engineering and STEM. These best practices and experiences will be shared with attendees during a special workshop session and as the culminating event of the day.
What to Expect:
- Results-oriented, interactive, day-long program of professional learning for pre-college teachers
- Wide array of quality sessions for all levels of teaching
- Engaging, fun, hands-on activities for the classroom
- Ways to have students engage in engineering design processes
- Ways to integrate engineering into the classroom
- Increased awareness of engineering careers in today’s world
- Free takeaway materials for your classroom
- Networking and opportunities for future collaboration
- Certificate of completion at the end of the workshop (for continuing education credits)
- Light refreshments
Who Should Attend?
- Pre-college and K-12 educators in public and private education
- District and state-level K-12 administrators
- Race-to-the-Top (RTTT ) recipients
- School counselors and administrators
- Informal and Out-of-School Time educators
- Engineering educators, outreach staff and advocates
- ANYONE with an interest in high-quality engineering education
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