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PREPUBLICATION COPY, UNCORRECTED PROOFS Appendix C: Workshop 2 Agenda Wednesday, August 30 12:30 p.m. Lunch 1:00 p.m. LPIâs report, Effective Teacher Professional Development (2017): Implications for the project (Background readings: (1) Effective Teacher Professional Development Factsheet; (2) Effective Teacher Professional Development Report) Moderator: Bryan Kind, Project Lead the Way Maria Hyler and Madelyn Gardner, Learning Policy Institute ï· What findings from the report might apply to the preparation of K-12 teachers of engineering? ï· What is the role of engineering design in pedagogy? ï· What are the challenges and affordances of introducing math and science concepts through engineering design? 1:45 p.m. Evaluation data from PreK-12 Engineering PD programs Moderator: Maria Simani, California Science Project Beth Cady, NAE ï· What data has been collected and what claims are made? ï· What research questions should be addressed in future studies? 2:45 p.m. Credentialing of K12 Engineering Educators: Schools and Staffing Survey and a review of state policies (Background readings: Kuehn SASS report; De Miranda report on credentialing) Moderator: Bruce Wellman, Olathe Northwest High School, Olathe, Kansas Greg Pearson, NAE: SASS Michael De Miranda, Texas A&M: State policies (by WebEx) ï· What do these data tell us about the prevalence of PreK-12 teachers assigned to teach engineering, with engineering certificates, or with engineering degrees? ï· How do these data help address the relevant questions about professional pathways for educators, including those working in informal settings, in the SOT? ï· What are the implications for the report? 176
PREPUBLICATION COPY, UNCORRECTED PROOFS 3:30 pm Break 3:45 p.m. Connecting Engineering Skills/Dispositions to Workforce Needs Moderator: Ellen Kullman, DuPont (ret.) Jennifer Ryan Crozie, Vice President, IBM Corporate Citizenship, President, IBM International Foundation Maura Banta, Director of Citizenship Initiatives in Education, IBM ï· IBMâs experience with P-TECH schools ï· Leveraging Watson to support teacher PD 177