Mon. June 16, 2014 7:00 AM to 8:30 AM
Room 105, Indiana Convention Center
In this K-12 and Pre-college Engineering Division session, presenters introduce and discuss curriculum and programming that focuses on using engineering design challenge activities to engage K-12 students in rich STEM learning.
Dr. Deborah Besser P.E.
Roads, Rails, and Race Cars: A STEM Educational Program for 4th-12th Grade Students
Ms. Cynthia Marie Baker (University of Nebraska, Lincoln - Mid American Transportation Center), Dr. Laurence R Rilett P.E. (University of Nebraska, Lincoln), Gina M. Kunz (Affiliation unknown), and Gwen C. Nugent (Affiliation unknown)
Using Fluid Power Workshops to Increase STEM Interest in K-12 Students
Dr. Jose M. Garcia (Purdue University (Statewide Technology)), Mr. Yury Alexandrovich Kuleshov (Purdue University, West Lafayette), and Dr. John H. Lumkes (Affiliation unknown)
Building Engineering Interest and Sandcastles through Collaborative Instructional Design
Dr. Pamalee A. Brady (California Polytechnic State University) and Mr. James B. Guthrie (California Polytechnic State University)
Teaching Energy Concepts Using Chain Reaction Machines
Ms. Shakira Renee McCall (Arizona State University, Polytechnic campus), Mrs. Randi Michelle Taylor (Arizona State University), Dr. Odesma Onika Dalrymple (Arizona State University, Polytechnic campus), and Dr. Shawn S. Jordan (Arizona State University, Polytechnic campus)