ITEEA 2017 Conference

Sessions

Professional Development Learning Session Highlights

Over 100 Professional Development Learning Sessions will be conducted at this year’s conference. Most sessions are 50 minutes in length and occur on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday. Listed below are a few highlights of each day; the complete list of session titles will appear in the full conference program.

THURSDAY

Using Scientific Evidence to Drive Engineering Design

Engaging and Teaching through Service Learning

Launching STEAM Activities through Differentiated Instruction

Middle School Students as Designers, Makers and Creators!

Technology Engineering Labs for the Future

Teaching Design Using Gender-Neutral Assignments

The Essentials of Backward Design Planning

Girls Just Want to Do STEM

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FRIDAY

NGSS: Preparing Students for STEM Careers

Engineering FUSION: Finding Unique

Strategies to Involve Organizations and Networks to Promote Engineering

Manufacturing and Free Enterprise Activity: Mag-Lev Tracks

How I Started an Elementary Engineering Program

Affordable Robotics and Integrated STEM for ALL

Decoding Coding: Drones and Microcontrollers

Using STEM with Future Teachers

Teamwork in Engineering

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SATURDAY

Teaching Soft Skills in Technology and Engineering

Phenomenal Family STEM Events

Experiential Learning: Engaging Students in Design Projects

Creating Local STEM Competitions using TSA Activities

STEM on a Shoestring

“Who Are We?”

STEM Competitions

Teaching Literature in STEM

Developing Community Support/Partnerships

Maker Education and Technology and Engineering Education

Diversity in the T&E Classroom

The 2017 Conference will also feature panel sessions, providing a variety of perspectives on the following topics:

“Who Are We?”
STEM Competitions
Teaching Literature in STEM
Developing Community Support/Partnerships
Maker Education and Technology and Engineering Education
Diversity in the T&E Classroom

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