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VTEEA Summer Conference 2015 VTEEA Summer Conference 2015 About VTEEA Conference Information Register VTEEA Summer Conference July 29-31 2015 Making Engineering Everything #VTEEA15 Tell Me More VTEEA Annual Conference 2015 Schedule Virginia Technology and Engineering Education Association Members of the association have envisioned a citizenry which is technologically literate, where each person is prepared to function effectively in and contribute to a technological society and global economy. Springing from this vision, the VTEEA assumes the mission to support teachers who teach about technology and give direction to the Virginia profession of technology and engineering education. VTEEA Home Page Making Engineering Everything Hosted by: Albemarle County Public Schools Join us July 29-31 2015. Register Feature 1 Feature 2 Feature 3 Feature 4 Feature 5 Feature 6 Conference Information Location The VTEEA Summer Conference will be held on The Grounds of The University of Virginia. Here is a full Map and a close up of Engineer's Way! Accomodations VTEEA has secured a group rate at the Holiday Inn located at 1901 Emmet Street Charlottesville, VA 22901 Read more. The rate is $125 single or double plus tax. Reservations must be confirmed by June 29, 2015. Call the hotel direct to make reservations at 434-977-7700. Ask for the VTEEA block of rooms. Cancellation of a reservation must be completed at least 72 hours prior to arrival, less than 72 hour notice a penalty fee of first night room and tax will be charged. Hide Conference Materials Conference Materials Click Here Conference Google Drive Folder Live Conference Schedule Become an Autodesk Certified AutoCAD User More information available here. Deadline to register is July 13, 2015. Area Attractions Looking for a way to spend some free time while visiting Charlottesville? Here is a list of things to do that will help you soak in the local area. Local Tours Sign up for local tours of Charlottesville points of interest that employ the making and engineering mindset. Learn more. CONFERENCE HIGHLIGHTS Micah Lande, Ph.D. Keynote Speaker Micah Lande, Ph.D. is an Assistant Professor at the Polytechnic School in the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering at Arizona State University. Read more. He teaches human-centered engineering design and innovation courses in the engineering and manufacturing engineering programs. Dr. Lande researches how technical and non-technical people learn and apply a design process to their work. He is interested in the intersection of designerly epistemic identities and vocational pathways. Dr. Lande received his B.S in Engineering (Product Design), M.A. in Education (Learning, Design and Technology) and Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering (Design Thinking) from Stanford University. Dr. Lande is the PI on the NSF-funded project “Should Makers Be the Engineers of the Future” and a co-PI on the NSF-funded project “Might Young Makers Be the Engineers of the Future?” He also is a participant in the NSF Innovation Corps for Learning 2015 cohort and served as senior personnel / instructional team on the 2014 pilot for NSF’s Innovation Corps for Learning (I-Corps-L). Dr. Lande founded the first Maker Corps site in Arizona, a program of the Maker Education Initiative. He regularly leads corporate training and engineering outreach programs at ASU for design thinking, and making + tinkering. Dr. Lande is a past recipient of the Apprentice Faculty Grant from the American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE) Education Research and Methods (ERM) division. Dr. Lande was previously at the Center for Design Research and d.school at Stanford University. He has also been involved with the Center for the Advancement of Engineering Education (CAEE), as part of the Academic Pathways Study research team, the Academic Pathways of People Learning Engineering survey research team and an Institute Scholar with the Institute for the Scholarship of Engineering Education (ISEE). Dr. Lande is also a past Editor-in-Chief of Ambidextrous Journal of Design. Hide Open Discussion Session Join us for an in-depth discussion about Making, Engineering, Technology, CTE and more from Professors, Administrators, Teachers, and Students across a K-12 public school district. Read more. This open-ended discussion, moderated by Chad Ratliff (Dir. Instr. Programs. ACPS), with Micah Lande (Prof. ASU), Ira Socol (Asst. Dir. Ed. Tech, ACPS), Stephanie Passman (Teacher, ACPS), Charles Howard (Grad. Stdnt, UVa), and Nick Anglin (8th Gr Stdnt, ACPS) that will investigate the spaces, people, technology, curriculum, policies, and more for fostering creativity, creating spaces for diverse student populations, and connecting core-content areas through, Making, Arts, Engineering, and more. Hide Connecting Engineering to the Social Sciences and the Humanities Join Michael Littman, Professor of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering at Princeton University in a workshop that bridges engineering, design and innovation to our modern culture! Read more. Explore 250 years of American engineering and the works of individuals as viewed through the lenses of the natural sciences, the social sciences, and art. American history is shaped by great innovators and their engineering objects and systems, including steamboats, textiles, telegraph, railroad, automobile, airplane, telephone, radio, dams, bridges, computer, and modern electronics. Hide Intellectual Property? US Patent & Trademark Office explores... A hands-on, 3 hour workshop provided by USPTO's Tanaga Boozer and Jorge Valdez. Read more. What Is It and How Do I Use It? Patents, Trademarks, Copyrights, and Trade Secrets - Learn about intellectual property and how patents, trademarks, copyrights and trade secrets are essential tools for helping students understand the innovation process. In today's fast-paced world of technologydriven solutions, intellectual property (IP) rights are essential tools to protect your work and jumpstart the value-creation process that is at the heart of innovation. Learn about the different forms of IP protection (patents, trademarks, copyrights, and trade secrets) and how to integrate and connect IP to classroom projects and to the STEM curriculum generally. The workshop will cover the step-by-step process involved in applying for a patent or trademark and highlight the USPTO resources available to students and teachers. Hide Get to Know the Presenters! There are over 30 hands-on workshops from around the country coming to Charlottesville, VA for the 2015 Conference! Read more. Click here for a PDF of current bios for all the presenters, collaborators, and hosts! Hide Exhibits Wednesday, June 29 a variety of exhibits will be held that will spark interest and ideas for your school! Read more. Exhibitors that will be present include: Amtek Company, CTE Resource Center, Diversified Educational Systems, Inc., EverFi, Goodheart-Willcox Publisher, Nureva, Old Dominion University, Parallax Inc., Project Lead The Way (PLTW), Ronald A. Williams, Ltd., Virginia Children’s Engineering Council (VCEC), Virginia FIRST, Virginia Society for Technology in Education (VSTE), Virginia Technology Student Association (TSA), and WhiteBox Learning. Hide ORGANIZERS Chad Ratliff, MBA M.Ed. Chad S. Ratliff is Director of Instructional Programs for Albemarle County Public Schools and leads the division’s work on STEM and its maker curriculum, part of the district’s emphasis on inquiry and project-based learning for all students. Read more. He chairs the district’s cross-functional Innovation Team and heads up strategic partnerships, including collaborations with MIT, Smithsonian, Battelle, University of Virginia, and the Maker Education Initiative. Ratliff also served as an administrator, teacher, and coach for Martinsville City Public Schools in Southern Virginia where he was a 3x Most Influential Educator honoree and 7x Wrestling Coach of the Year award-winner. Also active in the entrepreneurial community, Ratliff has been profiled as one of the top leaders under the age of 40 in both the Blue Ridge Business Journal and C-ville Weekly; served as Startup Weekend coach and organizer, and was a facilitator for the High School of the Future Startup event at the Governor’s 2013 STEM Summit. He also developed and teaches courses in entrepreneurship at Piedmont Virginia Community College in Charlottesville. He is a Virginia Board of Education appointee to the State Advisory Committee for Career and Technical Education; is Vice President of the Virginia Technology and Engineering Education Association and Board Chair of the Virginia Career Education Foundation, a nonprofit established by then-Governor Mark Warner. Chad earned his Master’s Degree in Education from the University of Virginia and his MBA from Virginia Tech. He is also an alumnus of the University of Virginia's Darden School of Business Executive Educators Leadership Insitute. Hide Eric Bredder, M.Ed. Eric Bredder is currently the Engineering and Technology teacher at Sutherland Middle School in Albemarle County for grades 6-8, as well as the VTEEA Conference Chair. Read more. Eric’s focus on work in and out of schools include engineering education, mechatronics, advanced manufacturing technologies, and woodworking. Eric holds an M.Ed. from the University of Virginia in Instructional Technology with a focus in Advanced Manufacturing and Engineering Education and a B.S. from The College of New Jersey in Technology Education/Pre-engineering. Eric is looking to expand creativity and comfort within schools and provide students with the opportunities to solve meaningful problems in their own lives while giving students the resources to build skills they need to utilize what exists and predict what is to come in an ever-changing society. Hide Lynn Basham, Ph.D. Lynn Basham is currently a Specialists of Technology Education at the Virginia Department of Education and working on the U.S. Department. Read more. Lynn Basham received her B.S. in 1977 and M.S. in 1985 from the University of Southern Mississippi and completed her doctoral work in 2006 at Louisiana State University. As a state specialist for technology education at the Virginia Department of Education, she is responsible for curriculum projects and the development of new initiatives. Ms. Basham has received many professional honors and has been active in professional organizations throughout her career. From 2000 to 2002, she was Region 2 representative for the International Technology Education Association (ITEA) Board of Directors and was recently president of the ITEA Council for Supervisors (CS). She was awarded the ITEA-CS Distinguished Service Award in 2004 and the ITEA-CS Outstanding State Supervisor Award in 1992 and 2001. Ms. Basham is also a member of the Mississippi Valley Technology Teacher Education Conference, a member and past president of the Southeastern Technology Education Conference, and a member of the Association for Career and Technical Education, American Association for Training and Development, and American Society for Curriculum Development. She is currently working on the U.S. Department of Energy Real World Design Challenge. Hide Stephanie Passman, M.T. Stephanie Passman is a gifted resource and intervention teacher at Stony Point Elementary School in Albemarle County. Read more. She leads students and teachers in their exploration of Arduino, CAD, 3d printing, basic programming, television production, and open making. She explores similar interests outside of school as a member of Tinkersmiths, a community-oriented makerspace in Charlottesville. Previously, Stephanie has taught both 4th and 5th grade in Charlottesville, Virginia and Phoenix, Arizona. She also teaches education courses for Mary Baldwin College. Stephanie earned a B.A. in Spanish from the University of Virginia and a Master of Teaching, also from Uva. Hide Jeff Prillaman, M.S. Jeff Prillaman graduated with a master degree in Civil Engineering from the University of Virginia in 1989. He currently serves as the Director of the Math, Engineering and Science Academy in Albemarle County. Michael Craddock, M.Ed. Michael Craddock is a Lead Instructional Coach for Albemarle County Public Schools responsible for Virtual Learning, Career and Technical Education, and Health & Physical Education. Read more. Previously Michael taught Computer Science, Web Design, and Information Systems courses at Monticello High School in addition to being an Adjunct Professor at Piedmont Virginia Community College teaching Information Technology courses. In 2011 Michael was awarded the Red Apple by the Charlottesville Business Innovation Council for his innovative, inclusive approach to Computer Science education. Additionally, Michael was named the Oustanding Secondary Teacher of the Year by the University of Virginia's Phi Delta Kappa chapter in 2011. Michael earned his Master of Arts in Education degree in Curriculum and Instruction with an emphasis on Instructional Technology from Virginia Tech and is currently a student in James Madison University's Educational Leadership program. Hide Ira Socol Ira David Socol is Assistant Director of Educational Technology and Innovation for Albemarle County Public Schools in Central Virginia where he helps support and lead space, technology, and pedagogical innovation efforts as well as the system’s move toward universal design for learning. Read more. His diverse background includes PhD study at Michigan State University on both the history of American education and universal design technologies, the joining of architecture and learning, a stint as a New York City Police Officer, and many years working in education in public schools, colleges of education, vocational rehabilitation, and education for homeless populations. He has also worked with school and public libraries and developed significant educational technology systems at every level. As a writer he has published a novel-in-stories, The Drool Room, and a microfiction collection, A Certain Place of Dreams. He blogs both microfiction and educational theory. Hide Becky Fisher, MAT Becky received a BA and MAT in Physics from the University of Virginia while working as a FORTRAN programmer for the University's Institute of Nuclear and Particle Physics. Read more. After assisting in an NSF-funded summer institute for Physics teachers, she committed to a career in public education. Over two decades later, she has been a classroom teacher, instructional technology specialist, and central office leader working diligently to change the landscape of public education by ensuring choices are made as close to the learner as possible! Hide ? 2015 VTEEA Design: HTML5 UP

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