Please join us for the next webinar in the ASEE P-12 Educator series.
Wednesday, February 24, 6:30pm-7:45pm ET
Registration is required but free! Register here: https://bit.ly/2MQocaJ
The DEI webinars of the ASEE P-12 Educator Series seek to address the topic of systemic issues in PreK-12 STEM education and its impact on underrepresentation in STEM fields today.
Join us for a panel discussion where we dissect some of the challenges seen/faced by students and teachers and strategies for dismantling these challenges that will lead to inclusive learning environments. Participants will learn from current STEM teacher and administrator experiences and gain tools to recognize potential barriers students from underrepresented groups face in STEM.
You may send questions for the panelists prior to the webinar to email@example.com
Are you looking for some hands-on activities for your kids to do in summer camp? We have a solution for you!
ASEE is delighted to announce the American Society for Engineering Education’s (ASEE) ASEE P12 Summer Camps 2020! These will all meet online over zoom. Each camp runs Monday through Thursday of the week that you choose for one hour each day. Each camp will cost $60. Lots more details are in the attached flyer! Registration and payment will take place through ASEE’s conference management system, so you will be asked to create an account if you don’t already have one.
Check out the ASEE P12 Summer Camps 2020 flyer with all the details.
In light of kids not being at school due to the coronavirus, we’ve created a Facebook page with daily engineering design challenges for kids to complete. All challenges can be completed using household supplies!
The Pre-College Engineering Education (PCEE) Division of ASEE is planning a one-day engineering professional development for teachers located in the vicinity of Long Beach, CA – the site of ASEE’s Annual Meeting. Check back here for details and registration information spring of 2021.
This project is working in partnership with ASEE, school districts, and experts in the field to develop a framework for scaffolding the teaching and learning of engineering in P-12 schools.
Developed in partnership with ASEE, this work is a reference that provides a comprehensive description of the professional preparation and development to fully prepare P-12 teachers of engineering. Schools, administrative leaders, and professional development providers can use it to create or assess the level of P-12 engineering knowledge needed.