Johannes Strobel
Johannes Strobel
Professor, University of Missouri
Columbia, MO
Biography
Dr. Johannes Strobel is Professor, Information Science & Learning Technologies at the University of Missouri where he leads a maker space initiative and conducts research in STEM education. For the past 15 years, Dr. Strobel has been actively shaping the pre-college engineering education research landscape in the United States through serving as the founding editor of the Journal of Pre-College Engineering Education Research and on the P-12 engineering education committee of the National Academy of Engineering. His research and teaching focuses on engineering as an innovation in pre-college education, learning through hands-on activities; policy of pre-college STEM education and empathy and care in engineering. He published more than 140 papers in proceedings and journals (many published with graduate and undergraduate students) and directed large scale projects in STEM integration. He is the co-editor of the book “Engineering in Pre-College Settings: Synthesizing Research, Policy, and Practices” published by Purdue University Press and co-lead author of "Hands-on Standards STEM in Action", a nationally available set of learning modules for grades preK - 5th grade published by ETA hand2mind.
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    Posted Friday, May 19, 2017 at 2:17 PM
    I co-authored other articles around empathy in engineering which highlight different aspects (Let me know if you have difficulty accessing them, I am happy to share) - Hess, J., Strobel, J. & Brightman, A. (accepted). The Development of Empathic Perspective-Taking within an Engineering Ethics Course. Journal of Engineering Education. - Hess, J., Strobel, J., Pan, R. & Wachter Morris, C. (2016). ...
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    Posted Friday, March 10, 2017 at 6:24 PM
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    Sneha thank you for sharing your story and the questions which stay with you even when no longer in the classroom - these persistent questions make sometimes the best ones. In my own development as an engineer educator, I found it equally daunting to think about all the things to integrate, consider and "know" for being able to feel myself comfortable calling myself an engineering ...
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