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Tuesday, November 10 • 11:20am - 12:30pm
Exploring the Landscape of Engineering Education in Massachusetts

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The NSF-funded project entitled Massachusetts Engineering Innovation and Dissemination Community (MEIDC) is conducting an analysis of K-12 engineering education in the greater Boston area to understand 1) the types and levels of connections and collaborations–past and current; 2) the types and levels of resources that have been committed and are available; and, 3) key issues. This session offers attendees the chance to hear about the data the presenters have gathered with respect to these topics (copies of the report will be provided), and for attendees to share how they are approaching engineering education, what challenges and opportunities they face, and the types of collaborations that would help them move forward more effectively with their efforts.

This session is recommended for those interested in and contributing to engineering education in K-12 formal and informal education environments, including but not limited to researchers, industry and IHE outreach programs, educators and administrators, non-profit support providers, and policy-makers.



Catherine McCulloch

Project Director, Education Development Center, Inc.

Tracy McMahon

Research Associate, Education Development Center, Inc.

Darryl N. Williams

Research Associate Professor, Tufts University

Tuesday November 10, 2015 11:20am - 12:30pm EST
Location TBD
  AM Breakout II