|Past Seminar Series - Fall 2008|
The CEEO seminar series highlights innovative engineering education in an effort to increase collaboration between universities and organizations dedicated to improving the way students learn. Most talks will be about 30 min, with time for informal discussion afterwards.
Seminars are from 3:30 - 4:30 pm in Curtis Hall-Basement at the CEEO unless otherwise noted.
Monday, September 22
(Due to CEEO construction, this seminar will be held in the Austin Room located in the Tisch Library (ï¬rst room to the right of the main entrance)).
Monday, October 6
Learning by Design: Designing a Middle-school Science Curriculum - Janet Kolodner, Professor of Computer Science at Georgia Institute of Technology
Friday, October 17Title TBD - Ricardo Nemirovsky, Professor of Mathematics and Statistics and the Director Center for Research in Mathematics and Science Education at San Diego State University
(Due to CEEO construction, this seminar will be held at 1:30, location in the Tisch Library (first room to the right of the main entrance)).
Monday, November 3
Community Robotics as New Media for Education - Illah Nourbakhsh - Professor of Robotics at Carneige Mellon University
Monday, November 17
Engineering as a state standard: Successes and difï¬culties of pre-college engineering - Jacob Foster - Director of Science and Technology/Engineering, MA Dept of Education.
Monday, December 1
The goal of student inquiry - David Hammer - Professor, University of Maryland