Mon. June 27, 2016 1:15 PM to 2:45 PM
Room 270, New Orleans Convention Center
This session focuses on research to practice: K-12 engineering resources, best practices in curriculum design (Part 1).
Part two will take place on Tuesday, 8:00 a.m. - 9:30 a.m. in the New Orleans Convention Center, room 347.
For those interested in:
Broadening Participation in Engineering and Engineering Technology and K-12
Dr. John D. Carpinelli
Connecting Hardware and Software in a Middle School Engineering Outreach Effort-RTP
Dr. Noah Salzman (Boise State University) and Prof. Sin Ming Loo (Boise State University)
The Engineering Design Log: A Digital Design Journal Facilitating Learning and Assessment (RTP)
Dr. Roxanne Moore (Georgia Institute of Technology), Dr. Meltem Alemdar (Georgia Institute of Technology), Dr. Jeremy A. Lingle (Georgia Institute of Technology), Dr. Sunni Haag Newton (Georgia Institute of Technology), Mr. Jeffrey H Rosen (Georgia Institute of Technology), and Dr. Marion Usselman (Georgia Institute of Technology)
The Roles of Engineering Notebooks in Shaping Elementary Engineering Student Discourse and Practice (RTP)
Jonathan D. Hertel (Museum of Science), Dr. Christine M. Cunningham (Museum of Science), Dr. Gregory John Kelly (Pennsylvania State University), and Dr. Cathy P. Lachapelle (Museum of Science)
Cognitive Research: Transferring Theories and Findings to K-12 Engineering Educational Practice
Mr. Michael Grubbs (Baltimore County Public Schools) and Dr. Greg J. Strimel (West Virginia University)