Cancelled Due to Low Enrollment The Power of Making and Engineering in the Classroom – Wentzville Location
Imagine. Design. Create. Repeat. During this academy, participants will become “makers” and tap into their innate building abilities. Participants will safely use high- and low-tech tools, specialty supplies and everyday classroom/household materials to produce creations and innovations. The engineering design process will be employed in a variety of STEM projects. We will tour Ranken’s state-of-the-art laboratories, engage in hands-on activities, and explore potential community partnerships. Research-based learning strategies will be utilized to demystify STEM education concepts, empowering educators to positively impact students’ perceptions of STEM pathways and career choices.
Instructor: Chris Donaldson, Technology & Engineering Teacher, Parkway West High School, Ballwin, MO., STEM Education Consultant, B.A. Business/Marketing Education (6-12) and German (K-12), Technology and Engineering Certification (5-12), M.Ed. Science Education with NASA Endeavor STEM Teaching Certificate.
When/Where: June 10-14, 2019, 8AM–4PM, Ranken Technical College – Wentzville, 755 Parr Road, Wentzville, MO
Registration Fee: $25 (NON-REFUNDABLE); lunch will be provided daily
- Applications will be reviewed on a first-come, first-served basis.
- Your registration fee of $25.00 is NON-REFUNDABLE.
Educators interested in this learning opportunity may:
- Earn graduate credit from Lindenwood University (fees apply);
- Benefit from a quality instructional experience, hands-on demonstrations from experienced faculty, and supplemental take-home materials.
Please read this form and indicate your acceptance of its terms by checking the box at the bottom of the attendee information form.
For more information, contact: Barbara Bragg, Director of STEM Pathways Development, at (314) 286-4822 or [email protected]