Sun. June 24, 2018 3:00 PM to 4:30 PM
Room 255 A, Convention Center - Salt Palace
The intersection of biomedical engineering and pre-college engineering education is the focus of this session.
For those interested in:
Broadening Participation in Engineering and Engineering Technology and K-12
IBBME Discovery: Biomedical Engineering-based Iterative Learning in a High School STEM Curriculum (Evaluation)
Mr. Locke Davenport Huyer (University of Toronto), Neal I. Callaghan (University of Toronto), Rami Saab (University of Toronto), Daniel Smieja (University of Toronto), Mr. Andrew Effat (University of Toronto), and Dr. Dawn M. Kilkenny (University of Toronto)
Individual- and group-level effects on learning during engineering design tasks in high school biology (Fundamental).
Dr. Martina Nieswandt (University of Massachusetts, Amherst) and Dr. Elizabeth McEneaney (University of Massachusetts, Amherst)
NeuroBytes: Development of an Integrative Educational Module Across Neurophysiology and Engineering (Evaluation)
Ms. Isabel Maria Gossler (University of Arizona), Dr. Vignesh Subbian (University of Arizona), and Ms. J. Jill Rogers (University of Arizona)
Teaching Fundamentals in Lasers and Light Technology to Advanced Applied Optics in Biology and Biomedical Research: Analyzing the Team-teaching Influence on High School Students’ Perception of and Confidence in STEM
Ms. Vahideh Abdolazimi (Drexel University), Mr. Jared Andrew Ruddick (School District of Philadelphia), Jessica S. Ward (Drexel University), Dr. Adam K. Fontecchio (Drexel University), and Mr. Richard Edward Giduck (Drexel University)