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Saturday, June 22, 2013 - Atlanta, Georgia
This day-long program for teachers and engineering educators will provide a fast-paced and exciting overview of engineering education resources for the K-12 classroom. Attendees will discover valuable best practices, new contacts for collaboration, and the latest take-away tools for effective teaching about engineering education. Count on a full, fun and motivating day!
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