Authentic Engineering: Representing and Emphasizing the E in STEM

Sheraton Seattle, Seattle, WA
June 13, 2015
8:00 am - 5:00 pm

presented by

3DS
 
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sponsored by
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Program

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2015 K12 Papers from the workshops

 


 

The American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE) is holding its 12th Engineering in K-12 Classrooms - ASEE Annual Teachers Workshop

What to expect:
  • Results-oriented, interactive, day-long program of professional learning 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
  • Ideas for promoting engineering within lessons
  • 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 (helpful when applying for CPE/CPD 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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Authentic Engineering: Representing and Emphasizing the E in STEM

Sheraton Seattle, Seattle, WA
June 13, 2015
8:00 am - 5:00 pm

presented by

3DS
 
gold sponsor
sponsored by
Home

 


 

Program

Download the printable program.

2015 K12 Papers from the workshops

 


 

The American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE) is holding its 12th Engineering in K-12 Classrooms - ASEE Annual Teachers Workshop

What to expect:
  • Results-oriented, interactive, day-long program of professional learning 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
  • Ideas for promoting engineering within lessons
  • 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 (helpful when applying for CPE/CPD 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

TOPˆ