Earn Industry Recognized Certification with Cloud-CAD and EbD Instructional Supports

November 21, 2022

 
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.
FREE to ITEEA Members!
Earn Industry Recognized Certification with Cloud-CAD and EbD Instructional Supports
Thursday, December 15
at 6:00PM ET
Presenters: McKenzie Brunelle and
Ryan Novitski
 
How can you prepare your students for professional success with CAD, certification, and instruction?
 
Learn how you can set your students up for professional success with Cloud-CAD and industry recognized certification. Incorporate Engineering byDesign instructional supports in the classroom and grow your own skillsets with professional learning opportunities.  
McKenzie Brunelle is PTC's Education Programs Lead. She joined the PTC Education team as an Application Engineer and currently assists with technical enablement, competitions, and partner relations. She has a background in Biomedical Engineering and is currently getting her masters in Learning Design and Technology from Purdue University.
Ryan S. Novitski is ITEEA's STEM Center for Teaching and Learning Director of Education. In this role, he focuses on international STEM initiatives, research in teaching/learning, development of standards based curricula/assessments, and delivery of professional learning that serves all PreK-16 educational professionals. He has served as a technology and engineering educator, high school vice principal, and adjunct graduate professor. He has also been an active member of the Maryland Association Secondary School Principals as a committee member as well as treasurer, and currently as part of ITEEA's Council for STEM Leadership. He has developed and authored PreK-16/Industry-based Integrative STEM curricula as well as presented at local, state, and international level conferences on current research and instructional topics. In recognition of his efforts to enhance I-STEM education through Technological/Engineering Design-Based instruction, he received the Gerhard Salinger award and is/had been a co-principal investigator or a consultant for more than $3 million in funded grants. 
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