eGFI - Dream Up the Future Sign-up for The Newsletter  For Teachers Online Store Contact us Search
Read the Magazine
What's New?
Explore eGFI
Engineer your Path About eGFI
Overview Lesson Plans Class Activities Outreach Programs Web Resources Special Features K-12 Education News
  • Tag Cloud

  • What’s New?

  • Pages

  • RSS RSS

  • RSS Comments

  • Archives

  • Meta

Visit ASEE @ NSTA’s STEM Forum July 27-29

harford county engineering elementary students

Havre de Grace, Md., teacher Alison Baranowski, depicted in a January 2012 ASEE Prism cover story, guides 4th grade designers through a test of “mortar” materials by asking questions versus “dish out content.”

Learn about infusing engineering throughout the elementary school day or take a tour of TeachEngineering’s free, online archive of teacher-tested engineering activities. These are just two of the presentations ASEE’s experienced educators will be making at NSTA’s annual STEM Forum in Denver July 27 to 29 as part of Year of Action on P-12 Engineering Education.

Check out our schedule, below.

And please stop by ASEE’s table in the exhibit hall to explore eGFI and other resources designed to help engage and inspire your STEM students.

Hope to see you there!

Thursday July 28

 

1.      Elementary STEM Showcase!

Time: 10:30 AM – 12:00 PM

Room: Four Seasons Ballroom 1/2

2.      Engineering Design Failures in Elementary Classrooms: What Can You Expect and How Can You Respond?

Presenter(s): Pamela Lottero-Perdue (Towson University: Towson, MD), Elizabeth Parry (North Carolina State University: Raleigh, NC)

Time: 3:00 PM – 4:00 PM

Room: 108

Friday, July 29th

 

  1. Infusing Engineering throughout the Elementary Day

Presenter(s): Elizabeth Parry (North Carolina State University: Raleigh, NC), Pamela Lottero-Perdue (Towson University: Towson, MD)

Timpam lottero-perduee: 9:30-10:30am

Room: 110

Parry and Lottero-Perdue were featured in ASEE Prism magazine’s cover story on K-12 engineering education.

 

  1. The TeachEngineering Digital Library – Hundreds of Free, Searchable, NGSS-aligned Hands-on Engineering Lessons for K-12

Presenter: Malinda Zarske (University of Colorado, Boulder)

Time: 1:30 PM – 2:30 PM

Room: 110

  1. Using Our Heads to Protect Our Brains: Contextualized Middle School Engineering Challenges

Presenter(s): Chantal Balesdent (Museum of Science, Boston), Kathryn Hutchinson (Museum of Science, Boston), Elizabeth Parry (North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC)

Time: 3:00-4:00pm

Room: 110

 

Submit a Comment

By clicking the "Submit" button you agree to the eGFI Privacy Policy.