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High School Engineering Education Symposium
High School Engineering Education Symposium
https://www.iteea.org/News/282/AEEE_SYMP.aspx

PostedSaturday, August 12, 2017 at 8:39 PM

Updated08/12/2017

Forty participants from across the country meet to engage in P-12 Engineering Education conversation at prestigious Engineers Club in Baltimore, MD.

The Advancing Excellence in P-12 Engineering Education (AEEE) Project and the High School Engineering Education Symposium will be held August 16th to 18th, 2017. The purpose of the symposium, and ongoing project, is to promote collaboration across the engineering and education community, to pursue a vision and direction for P-12 Engineering Education. Outcomes from the symposium will include a coherent content framework for scaffolding the teaching and learning of engineering at the high school level. The project was initiated by Drs. Michael Grubbs, Greg Strimel, and Tanner Huffman, has continued through a series of webinars, and is an ongoing research study. AEEE leadership purposefully identified and selected a wide range of individuals to gain equitable perspectives on how best to address engineering at the P-12 level. Findings from the AEEE project will be shared and published through the ITEEA and ASEE communities. For more information please contact Dr. Tanner Huffman (huffmant@tcnj.edu). Also, coming soon will be the new AEEE webpage housed at ITEEA.org for updates about the project.

Forty participants from across the country meet to engage in P-12 Engineering Education conversation at prestigious Engineers Club in Baltimore, MD.

The Advancing Excellence in P-12 Engineering Education (AEEE) Project and the High School Engineering Education Symposium will be held August 16th to 18th, 2017. The purpose of the symposium, and ongoing project, is to promote collaboration across the engineering and education community, to pursue a vision and direction for P-12 Engineering Education. Outcomes from the symposium will include a coherent content framework for scaffolding the teaching and learning of engineering at the high school level. The project was initiated by Drs. Michael Grubbs, Greg Strimel, and Tanner Huffman, has continued through a series of webinars, and is an ongoing research study. AEEE leadership purposefully identified and selected a wide range of individuals to gain equitable perspectives on how best to address engineering at the P-12 level. Findings from the AEEE project will be shared and published through the ITEEA and ASEE communities. For more information please contact Dr. Tanner Huffman (huffmant@tcnj.edu). Also, coming soon will be the new AEEE webpage housed at ITEEA.org for updates about the project.

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