Doctoral Students Presented at 84th Annual International Technology and Engineering Educators Association Conference
May 1, 2022
Six presentations and posters were presented by Integrative STEM Education doctoral students at the 84th Annual International Technology and Engineering Educators Association Conference, three of them with School of Education faculty member John Wells. Presenting papers were:
- Amanda Feldes and John Wells, “Math, Science, Reading Collaboration: Middle School Biotechnical Design”
- Clark Greene and Wells, “T/E Education Influence on Integrative STEM Education Teaching and Learning”
- Mark Hainsworth, “An Integrative STEM Education Water Treatment Design Challenge” and “Adrift: A Survival Scenario and Innovative Design Challenge”
- Patricia Rushing and Natalie Crosby and Wells, “STEMbot: Fostering Critical Thinking, Disciplinary Knowledge, STEM Awareness,” with Philip Reed
A poster presentation was given by students Crosby and Rushing, “STEMbot Open Ended Design Based Biotechnical Learning.” The conference was held March 9–12 in Orlando, Florida.