EDCI 55850 Introduction to Teaching in Engineering & Tech Design in Context of STEM Ed
Engineering and technology design has gained considerable traction in many K-12 schools. In this course, we will examine principals of engineering design and technology as well as where and how engineering and technology design best fits in a K-12 integrated STEM curriculum. Course participants will engage in authentic engineering and technology design experiences. Course participants will also design, develop, deliver integrated lessons that help K-12 students develop the knowledge, skills, and practices of engineering and technology design.
Note: In order to enroll in this course, teachers must have started their progress toward the graduate certificate in the Summer 2023 cohort through Purdue University. Only teachers admitted to the Summer 2023 cohort may register for this course. Registration will begin on November 20, 2023 and will be done by a STEM Teach staff member. Teachers will not register for this course through the STEM Teach portal.
Graduate Certificate: If you are seeking the STEM certificate from Purdue University, the completion of EDCI 53900, 55950, 54900, 55850, and 55800 are required.
EDCI 53900 Intro to Integrated STEM (SU I 23)
EDCI 55950 Engineering Design Practicum (SU II 23)
EDCI 54900 Assessment in STEM (FA II 23)
EDCI 55850 Intro to Teaching Engineering & Tech Design in the Context of Int STEM (W/S I 24)
EDCI 55800 Integrated STEM Ed Methods (W/S II 2024)
Semester: Winter/Spring I 2024
Instructor: Paul Asunda
Credit Hours: 3 Graduate
Dates: 1/8/24 – 3/3/24
Location: Online Asynchronous
Teacher Level: Grades K-12
Graduate Certificate Available: Yes
Master’s Completion: Yes
Master of Science in Education, Curriculum & Instruction, Concentration in Integrated STEM Education – Coming Soon!