Collaboration between Engineering Educators and STEM Workforce Professionals Seminar
This professional development opportunity covers pedagogically supported foundations for teaching engineering and technology-related techniques. These skills will help Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) educators with student retention and success, as well as increasing the workforce in STEM careers.
This workshop is an opportunity for STEM educators to improve their teaching abilities through hands-on practice and seminars addressing topics such as:
- Principles of Effective Teaching and Learning
- Learning Styles
- Communication Skills
- Learning Objectives
- Class and Course Organization
- Teaching with Technology
- Classroom Assessment Techniques
This seminar will include speakers from academia and industry to share information about the pedagogy of dealing with course objectives, testing, engineering ethics and cheating in the classroom. This event will be conducted in two sessions. Session one will discuss the importance of the alignment of learning objectives, class activities and assessments. Session two will discuss the importance of emphasizing professional ethics and recognizing cheating in the 21st century. Post-secondary engineering faculty from Minnesota State Colleges and Universities and the University of Minnesota, Duluth will lead the seminar discussions, provide team room dialogue breakouts and whole group sharing feedback. The outcome of this seminar is to provide some practical value tools that can immediately be taken back to the classroom for implementation.
TOPIC: Course Objectives, Testing, Ethics & Cheating Seminar
WHO: Secondary and Post-Secondary Educators
MODERATOR: Joan Carter, PE – Inver Hills Community College
FEATURED SPEAKER: Dr. David Saftner – University of Minnesota, Duluth | Dr. Aaron Budge – Minnesota State University, Mankato | Dr. Nancy Sundheim – St. Cloud State University
WHEN: 8:30 AM – 10:10 AM | Sept. 30, 2020
WHERE: FREE online event
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT: 2.0 Professional Development Hours or Continuing Education Units available
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