Mon. June 11, 2012 4:30 PM to 6:00 PM
214D, San Antonio Convention Center
This session will look at issues and results associated with implementing problem-based learning and inquiry in pre-college environments.
Dr. Bette Grauer P.E.
Problem-based Learning in a Pre-service Technology and Engineering Education Course
Dr. Nicholas Massa (Springfield Technical Community College), Dr. Michele Dischino (Central Connecticut State University), Ms. Judith Franzosa Donnelly (Three Rivers Community-Technical College), Ms. Fenna D. Hanes (New Engalnd Board of Higher Education), and Dr. James A. DeLaura (Central Connecticut State University)
The Role of Classroom Artifacts in Developmental Engineering
Diana Bairaktarova (Purdue University, West Lafayette), Dr. Demetra Evangelou (Purdue University, West Lafayette), Dr. Aikaterini Bagiati (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), and Dr. Jennifer Dobbs-Oates (Purdue University)
The InterLACE Project: Examining the Barriers to Implementing Collaborative, Inquiry-based Investigations
Dr. Morgan M. Hynes (Tufts University), Dr. Ethan E. Danahy (Tufts University), and Ms. Danielle Dowling (Tufts University)
Creating Science and Engineering Practices in the K12 Classroom: An Initial Survey of the Field
Prof. Daniel Z. Meyer (Illinois Institute of Technology), Mr. James Kedvesh (Affiliation unknown), Ms. Joy Kubarek-Sandor (John G. Shedd Aquarium), Ms. Cheryl L. Heitzman (Illinois Institute of Technology), Mr. Sima Ala Faik (Illinois Institute of Technology), and Miss Yaozhen Pan (Illinois Institute of Technology)
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