ASEE 10th Annual K-12 Workshop on Engineering Education
Presented by Dassault Systemes
"Tying STEM Together with Engineering"
Saturday, June 22, 2013
8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
The Georgia World Congress Center
K-12 teachers, administrators and engineering educators from Georgia and across the nation!
Join us for an energizing day of professional development and learn how to enhance STEM instruction through engineering education.
What to expect:
- Results-oriented, interactive, day-long program of professional development for K-12 teachers
- Wide array of quality sessions for elementary through high school level teaching
- Engaging, fun, hands-on activities to share with students
- Knowledge of how to integrate engineering into STEM classroom lessons
- Increased awareness of engineering careeers in today's world
- Free takeaway materials for your classroom
- Networking, sense of community and opportunities for future collaboration
- Discussion and Q&A to address the Next Generation Science Standards*
- Certificate of completion at end of workshop (helpful for applying for CPE credits)
- Light refreshments
- Attendee bags
*The Next Generation Science Standards are expected to be adopted in 2013 in 26 states including Georgia. For the first time, science standards will incorporate principles of engineering education and engineering design. The Lunchtime Discussion will offer insight on this important development and the implications for teaching and student learning.
Who should attend:
- Pre-college/K-12 educators in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM)
- District and state level school administrators
- Race to the Top recipients
- School counselors and administrators
- Informal and afterschool educators
- K-12 engineering education outreach staff
- Engineering educators, outreach staff and advocates
- ANYONE with an interest in engineering education
Registration is OPEN!
For details, contact ASEE at email@example.com