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The 2018 PCEE annual report includes highlights from the Annual Conference, the names of award winners, this year’s elected Officers and division membership stats.
2017 was a great year for the PCEE division. Our annual report, released in June, describes highlights from the Annual Conference and K-12 Workshops, as well as a long list of achievements from the year. In addition, you will find
The PCEE division is committed to engineering education being inclusive of the diverse pre-college students we aim to serve through our work. Out of this commitment we are instituting a diversity and inclusion tip in every other newsletter. Review our latest tips, and comment on each post to share how you are working to improve diversity and inclusion in engineering precollege education.
Try asking your students to engineer a solution for the kindergarteners down the hall, for the principal, for a character in a story, or for their grandparents. Inviting students to engineer solutions with particular people in mind can tap into
A recent blog post by Linda Kekelis, founder of Techbridge, highlights “10 promising practices to interest girls in engineering,” many of which are great practices to appeal to any broader audience of students. She offers that “teachers should … reach