Archive for November, 2018

From Specialist to Coach: How TEEP helped a Science teacher become an Engineer

Screen Shot 2018-12-11 at 12.05.44 PMTufts Center for Engineering Education and Outreach (CEEO) is currently recruiting its 5th cohort for this Fall 2019 for the Teacher Engineering Education Program (TEEP). TEEP is a graduate course through Tufts University for any practicing elementary, middle school, or high school teacher who is seeking to change or expand their approach through the integration of engaging hands-on engineering principles in their coursework. The program is flexible, affordable, and designed to fit a busy teacher’s lifestyle. All four courses are online, allowing participants to work at their own pace and offer 16 total hours of graduate credit.

 

 

 

Continue Reading November 19, 2018 at 11:01 am Leave a comment

E-Team at the CEEO

By Laura Fradin, Educational Specialist

ETEAM craneHere at the Tufts Center for Engineering Education and Outreach (CEEO), we are constantly testing new equipment and activities to teach engineering to kids. To help us, we need kids who are willing to try out the new tools and projects to see how well they work.  The E-TEAM consists of twenty students from third through fifth grades. These participants come to the CEEO once a month to help test new educational tools and curriculum for Tufts researchers. The students get a chance to participate in cutting-edge educational research and play with some cool new toys, and the researchers get concrete feedback from a group of enthusiastic and candid kids.

Continue Reading November 14, 2018 at 10:19 pm Leave a comment

Digital Big Band 2018

By William Church, CEEO Collaborator

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From September 17th through the 21st I traveled to Bangkok, Thailand to attend and present at the Digital Big Bang 2018 conference.  My visit was hosted by LEGO Education and their partners, Gammaco. The conference was part tech trade show and part education expo.  It was all future facing. There were events, booths, and presentations related to Big Data, IOT, Artificial Intelligence, as well as transportation, homes and cities of the future.  There were robotics and coding events for kids and teachers. There were drone races and start-up business competitions.

Continue Reading November 14, 2018 at 9:56 pm Leave a comment


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