Kate Gramling
Kate Gramling
Principal consultant, Illumineer
Ashley, IN
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  • Kate Gramling, Illumineer, shared an update
    PostedWednesday, August 12, 2015 at 11:05 PM

    Kate Gramling has added a new Online resource "EngineerGirl"

    Kate Gramling has added a new Online resource "EngineerGirl"

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Biography
Kate Gramling, principal consultant at Illumineer, has over 15 years of experience working with associations, non-profit organizations, and entrepreneurs on public relations, research, and outreach projects. The last 10 years she has focused on the use of Web technology to increase impact and extend the reach of communications efforts. Prior to starting her own consulting firm, Kate was the Director of Strategic Services at Diamax Information Systems in Washington, DC, where she played a key role as business analyst, content management specialist, and/or web analytics consultant on numerous projects with institutions such as the National Academy of Engineering and Institute of Medicine, associations like the Interstate Gas Association of America and Heart Rhythm Society, and international organizations like the InterAcademy Council and World Bank.
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  • Posted Wednesday, September 20, 2017 at 9:55 AM
  • I suspect that what is happening in elementary schools is different from what is happening in middle and high schools, but don't have any data or even anecdotal evidence of that. I'm also curious about what factors (required curriculum, school resources, teacher experience, etc.) would go into making this decision within a single classroom vs. school-wide.
    I suspect that what is happening in elementary schools is different from what is happening in middle and high schools, but don't have any data or even anecdotal evidence of that. I'm also curious about what factors (required curriculum, school resources, teacher experience, etc.) would go into making this decision within a single classroom vs. school-wide.
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Latest Reviews
  • Review
    Posted Tuesday, September 20, 2016 at 9:43 AM
    eGFI also works as a website for students, with engineering student profiles, career descriptions, and stories about engineering projects that can capture the imagination. The site can be a little hard to navigate in places, but it is worth the effort.
  • Review
    Posted Wednesday, August 26, 2015 at 3:27 PM
    I found TryEngineering to be a well-designed resource site with comprehensive lesson plans that could work in upper elementary through high school classrooms. The online overview made it easy to determine whether or not the lesson was what I was looking for, while the actual lesson was provided in ... Read More
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