Mon. June 27, 2016 7:00 PM to 8:30 PM
Room 349, New Orleans Convention Center
Engineering and technological literacy has proven to be an umbrella subject with many constituencies. Presenters will showcase approaches to promoting this literacy, ranging from a component, function, system context through service learning, blended learning, and simply the process of teaching. The session is designed for reaching out to stimulate engineering and technological literacy of both engineering and non-engineering students.
For those interested in:
Academia-Industry Connections, Advocacy and Policy, Broadening Participation in Engineering and Engineering Technology, K-12, and New Members
Dr. John W Blake P.E.
Increasing Engineering Literacy among Non-Engineering Students
Jonathan Grunert (Virginia Tech) and Dr. Stephanie G. Adams (Virginia Tech)
Promoting Technical Standards Education in Engineering
Miss Janet L. Gbur (Case Western Reserve University) and Mrs. Daniela Solomon (Case Western Reserve University)
The Making of a Technology Literacy Course
Dr. Dan G. Dimitriu (University of Texas at San Antonio) and Dr. Mehdi Shadaram P.E. (University of Texas, San Antonio)
Why Technological Literacy and for Whom?
Dr. John Heywood (Trinity College-Dublin)
An Exercise to Promote and Assess Critical Thinking in Sociotechnical Context
John Krupczak Jr (NSF Division of Undergraduate Education) and Dr. Mani Mina (Iowa State University)
Contextualizing 3D Printing's and Photosculpture's Contributions to Techno-Creative Literacies
Dr. James W Malazita (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute), Dominic Francis Gelfuso (Affiliation unknown), and Dr. Dean Nieusma (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute)
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