Tue. June 27, 2017 3:15 PM to 4:45 PM
Room B232, Columbus Convention Center
Authors of these Research to Practice papers will focus on the impact of teacher mastery of engineering topics and transfer of knowledge to students.
For those interested in:
Mr. Bradley Bowen
A Comparative Study of Educator Backgrounds and Their Effect on Student Understanding of the Engineering Design Process and Engineering Careers, Utilizing an Underwater Robotics Program (RTP)
Dr. J. Adam Scribner Ed.D. (Stevens Institute of Technology)
Ascertaining the Impact of P:12 Engineering Education Initiatives: Student Impact through Teacher Impact
Dr. Marissa H. Forbes (University of Colorado, Boulder), Dr. Jacquelyn F. Sullivan (University of Colorado, Boulder), and Denise W. Carlson (University of Colorado, Boulder)
Evaluating the Risk: In an Age of High Stakes Testing, Should Teachers Integrate Engineering Design into Traditional Science and Math Courses?
Ms. Julie Steimle (University of Cincinnati), Dr. Anant R. Kukreti (University of Cincinnati), and Dr. Helen Meyer (University of Cincinnati)
Making Meaning through Art-Integrated Engineering
Dr. Kerry Dixon (Ohio State University), Dr. Deborah M. Grzybowski (Ohio State University), Ms. Jenny Vi Le (Ohio State University), Dr. Carlos E. Castro (Ohio State University), Madith Barton (Ohio State University), and Ms. Olivia R. Richardson (Ohio State University )
Teacher Discourse Moves that Support Dialogic Interactions in Engineering in Linguistically Diverse Classrooms
Dr. Amy Wilson-Lopez (Utah State University, Teacher Education and Leadership) and Jared W. Garlick (Utah State University)