Whether you’re seeking fun, immediately useful ways to enrich your STEM, literacy, or art classes, or an opportunity to network and learn alongside STEM teachers and engineering faculty from across the country, the American Society for Engineering Education’s annual PreK-12 Workshop in Columbus, Ohio is the place to be on June 24! REGISTER today!
Discover how to use the engineering design process to enrich your students’ math and science learning at this day-long professional development workshop presented by the Knowles Science Teaching Foundation and ASEE on Satuday, June 3, 2017, at George Washington University. Register by May 7 for early discount,
Photo from 2016 ASEE K-12 Engineering Education Workshop design activity
Tags: American Society for Engineering Education, ASEE, Curriculum, Engineering Design, George Washington University, Knowles Science Teaching Foundation, NGSS, STEM professional development, Summer Programs (Teachers), Teacher Training
Join Texas A&M and the American Society for Engineering Education June 19-23 for an immersive residential workshop designed to help you integrate the “E” into your STEM classes using flying machines. Register today!
Tags: Aerospace Engineering, Aggie STEM, American Society for Engineering Education, ASEE, flying machines, integrated STEM, professional development for teachers, Resources for Teachers, Science Lesson Plans, summer institute, Summer Programs (Teachers), Teacher Training, Texas A&M
Do you have a great hands-on activity or strategy that incorporates engineering into your STEM or literacy lessons? Share them with engineering educators and classroom teachers at ASEE’s 2017 PreK-12 Workshop in Columbus, Ohio, on June 24!
From the federal government to science museums, universities, and professional societies like the American Society for Engineering Education, summer learning opportunities for STEM teachers abound. Apply for these 2017 institutes and workshops today!
Hands-on projects and visits with federal scientists and engineers are among the highlights of the National Institute of Standards and Technology’s summer institute for middle school teachers, which takes place July 10 to 21, 2017 at NIST’s headquarters in Gaithersburg, Md. Participants will receive a $2,000 stipend and up to $2,000 to cover travel and lodging expenses. Apply by March 3, 2017.
To broaden access and reduce inequities in STEM education and after-school programming, FIRST® has partnered with Apple and Microsoft to provide grants of up to $50,000 to as many as 15 communities in United States and Canada for the coming school year. Letters of intent are due March 11, 2016.
Tags: after-school program, FIRST, grants, nonprofit, Professional Development, Resources for Teachers, Robotics, STEM education, STEM Equity Awards, stipenss, Teacher Training, travel, underserved students
Whether you’re seeking fun, immediately useful ways to enrich your STEM, literacy, or art classes or an opportunity to network and learn alongside STEM teachers and engineering faculty from across the country, the American Society for Engineering Education’s annual K-12 Workshop is the place to be.
WHERE: New Orleans Convention Center, Louisiana
WHEN: June 25, 2016
8:00 am – 5:00 pm
New this year: A curriculum exchange and half-day Sunday workshop on integrating STEM through making!
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Computer programming is an essential language, one that an Atlanta-based tech company chief believes every elementary student should get a head start on learning. And he’s launching a nationwide grant contest that would send a master coding instructor to train K-8 teachers in a high-poverty school district for up to a year.