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					         NEW GRADUATE COURSE:
              SPRING 2011

 EDC 708: Engineering in STEM Education
Taught by Christine Schnittka, Asst. Prof. of Science Education, College of Education

                 Bachelors in Mechanical Engineering, Auburn University
                 Masters in Mechanical Engineering, University of Virginia
                 Ph.D. in Science Education, University of Virginia

   Tuesdays 6:00 pm – 8:30 pm
   Hybrid course: Half of all class time will be distance learning
EDC 708 will introduce students to the field of engineering and give
them the opportunity to explore engineering concepts, engineering
design, different fields of engineering, engineering curricular materials
for K12 students, research on including engineering in K12 education,
and assessments necessary in designing and developing research-based,
interdisciplinary, engineering-design curricula for K12 students and
teachers. In EDC 708 students will experience, evaluate, and design
interdisciplinary, engineering design-based curricula to be used within
Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math classrooms.

This is a course for:

    Education students who want to learn how to integrate engineering
     design into their teaching and research
    Engineering students who wish to develop and use engineering design-
     based curricula for outreach and research

   For more information contact Dr. Schnittka at 257-1979 or christine.schnittka@uky.edu

				
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