June 26, 2011
June 26, 2011
June 29, 2011
K-12 & Pre-College Engineering
22.283.1 - 22.283.55
Best Practices in K-12 and University Partnerships PanelThe K-12 and Pre-College Engineering Division of ASEE intends to recognize exemplary K-12– university partnerships in engineering education at the 2011 ASEE Annual Conference andExposition in Vancouver, Canada. To do this, the Division will sponsor a panel session on BestPractices in K-12 and university partnerships. Submissions chosen for participation in thissession will demonstrate a true partnership between a K-12 school (or schools) and anengineering school/college at a university.Selected partnerships will have data to support proven success in the classroom and willdemonstrate engineering engagement and knowledge acquisition by K-12 students through ageappropriate activities and lessons. Best Practices Partnership Panel submissions authoredcollaboratively between engineering and technology education faculty and K-12 teachers areencouraged. Details on the partnership's structure and goals, the strategies employed toovercome challenges and obstacles, and successes and lessons learned must be included.One proposal winner will be chosen at each of the following levels: pre-school or elementaryschool; middle school; high school. The three winning abstracts will be used to create aconference paper for this session. The submitting K-12 teacher will be given a 15-minute timeslot to present her/his work to the conference session attendees. The presentations will befollowed by a 30-minute panel discussion. In order to offset the costs of attendance, thesubmitting K-12 teacher will have her/his conference registration and publication fees paid forby the K-12 Division and will receive a travel stipend.
McKay, M., & Klein-Gardner, S. S., & Zook, K. A., & Yoder, M., & Moskal, B. M., & Hacker, M., & Burghardt, D., & Crismond, D., & Malanga, C., & Johnson, T. J., & Houchens, B. C. (2011, June), Best Practices in K-12 and University Partnerships Panel Paper presented at 2011 ASEE Annual Conference & Exposition, Vancouver, BC. 10.18260/1-2--17564
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