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ATE Events — October 2019

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The American Association of Community Colleges is conducting a one-day pathways workshop. Topics to be addressed include the guided pathways model; case making and leadership for large-scale institutional change; strategies for campus-wide engagement in considering, designing, and implementing pathways at scale; and approaches to planning the work.

During this workshop, participants explore ways to build students’ innovation mindsets and collaboration skills by integrating design-thinking techniques into the learning experience. Participants also learn how to enhance students’ creative habits through deep user empathy, radical collaboration, and rapid experimentation to problem solving. The workshop focuses on the most common step-by-step innovation framework faculty can apply to the creation of content, activities, and student services.

(2 days)

Mountain America Expo Center9575 State StSandyUT84070

Come and be a part of the most unique gathering ever assembled in Utah as you and your family enjoy exciting hands-on experiences with science and technology that will spark your children’s imaginations and give them a peek into their future career opportunities right here in Utah. Your kids will have so much fun, they may not even realize that they’re learning! This event is for grades 6-10.

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In technician education, biology serves as a gateway course for students interested in technical fields such as agricultural technology, biotechnology, and environmental sciences where the deaf/hh population is underrepresented.  Improving biology education practices for deaf/hh students has the potential to increase their participation by engaging them at the introductory biology level and lowering barriers to technical career education tracks.  
 
This conference will offer a focused, immersive professional development experience for high school teachers, community college faculty, and interpreters involved in teaching life sciences to deaf/hh students.  We will focus on using using literacy-building case-based learning pedagogy, Universal Design for Learning (UDL) principles, and teaching in American Sign Language (ASL) to enhance student success in biology.

Who Should Attend?

Life science teachers at high school and two year colleges who teach students who are deaf/hh, and interpreters who specialize in life science education are welcome to attend.

Conference registration is free and all travel expenses will be covered by a grant from the NSF ATE program. You must apply and be accepted to attend the conference. Conference applications are due by Friday, Sept 6th.

Monroe Community College Brighton Campus1000 E. Henrietta RoadRochesterNY14623

The New York Geographic Alliance is pleased to announce that we will be bringing back to GeoFest to Monroe Community College on Saturday October 19, 2019! 

This is a six-hour conference will an opening ceremony, with a continental breakfast at 9:00 AM. This will followed by workshops on a variety of topics related to geography and other social studies or science disciplines. This is a free event! Registration for GeoFest 2019 will be available online in September. All teachers, college professors and students, and informal educators are welcome to attend. We especially encourage participation from pre-service teachers. 

The American Association of Community Colleges, with the support of the National Science Foundation, will hold the 26th National ATE Principal Investigators’ Conference at the Omni Shoreham Hotel in Washington, DC. The conference will bring together approximately 850 people to focus on the critical issues related to advanced technological education. Key people working on ATE projects across the country participate in the conference. Conference attendees represent community colleges, business and industry, secondary school systems, and 4-year colleges covering projects in a wide variety of areas, such as information technology, engineering technology, micro- and nanotechnologies, chemical technology, biotechnology, and others.

Oakland Community College - Auburn Hills Campus2900 Featherstone RdAuburn HillsMI48326

The Michigan Design and Manufacturing Alliance (DMA) will hold their annual fall conference at Oakland Community College’s Auburn Hills campus. The Career Technical Education (CTE) experience prepares students for opportunities in all the various career pathways, with discussions on current and future jobs availability. A hot breakfast and lunch are included.

500 Galliher DriveFairmontWV26554

This workshop provides you with the tools needed to teach critical thinking skills while covering required course content. By the end of the workshop, you are able to create lesson plans that enhance students’ critical thinking skills using the content from any discipline in the Humanities or Social Sciences. You also learn how to easily and accurately measure critical thinking skills.