|Past Seminar Series - Spring 2005|
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 afterward.
Seminars are from 3:30 - 4:30 pm in Curtis Hall-Basement at the CEEO unless otherwise noted.
Monday, January 31Engaging Computing: Making computation Real - Fred Martin, University of Massachusetts, Lowell
Monday, February 28Elementary School Engineering: Curriculum Development, Robin Shoop, Carneige Mellon University Robotics Academy
Monday, March 14Contact Science: Science and Engineering in the Local Library - Russell Hulse, Professor at the University of Texas, Dallas and Princeton Plasma Physics Lab
Monday, March 28
Teaching Microcontroller Programming at the Secondary School Level - Sam Christy, Machine Science
Monday, April 11Problems and dilemmas of Curriculum change Projects - Paul Naso, Assistant Superintendent of the Lincoln, MA Public Schools