ITEEA Professional Learning STEMinar
Teaching Project-Based Electronics as an Online Course
Presenters: Trevor Robinson and Cory Ortiz
This webinar is FREE to ALL to help support educators during the current COVID-19 crisis.
ITEEA's specially designed professional development STEMinar series focuses on Technology and Engineering Education best practices for leading Integrative STEM Education (I-STEM Education) in your school.
More students (traditional/nontraditional) want their education delivered via online formats. Programs are transitioning classes to online/distance delivery, especially in this time of COVID-19. Traditional hands-on courses offered in technology and engineering education can be difficult to deliver in this manner. An online electronics course will be presented. Example lab assignments and course materials will be discussed.
Trevor Robinson is an assistant professor in the School of Applied Sciences, Technology, and Education at Utah State University (USU), Brigham City. At USU Trevor teaches in the Technology Systems program, preparing general technologists, industrialists, product developers and designers, and teachers. He teaches courses related to materials and processes, electronics, energy, power, and transportation, and curriculum development. Trevor earned his BS in Technology Education from Ohio Northern University. He went on to complete his graduate work at Utah State University earning his MS in Engineering and Technology Education, and his PhD in Education with a specialization in Curriculum and Instruction emphasizing in technology and engineering education.
Trevor is also very involved with ITEEA, where he currently serves on the Board of Directors as the Technology and Engineering Education Collegiate Association (TEECA) Director. As the TEECA Director, Trevor oversees the collegiate members of ITEEA assisting them in furthering their academic and teaching skills, while connecting them with other teachers around the country.
Cory Ortiz is a doctoral student at Utah State University studying curriculum and instruction. At USU, Cory has taught in the areas of Computer-Aided Drafting, communications, and electronics. Additionally, has worked to be professionally active by participating in state and national conferences, and mentored students through TEECA. Before beginning graduate school, Cory completed an undergraduate degree from Utah State University in Technology and Engineering Education, after which, he spent two years teaching high-poverty students engineering, manufacturing, and robotics in inner city schools.
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