Thoughts from the Chair

Please vote in our elections process for our PCEE Executive Board!! Our board provides essential leadership and energy to run the division. Please click on the following link to see the bios of our slate of outstanding candidates: https://goo.gl/BKwtn2They are running for the following positions: Secretary/Treasurer; Program Chair Elect; P-12 Representatives for K-5, 6-12, and “K-12 Other;” and two Members at Large.

Click on the following link to get to the ballot: https://goo.gl/661oT5. Thanks in advance to all who vote, and THANK YOU to those who are running!

Voting is open until March 2, 2018, but don’t delay. Get your vote in now!!

 

2018 ASEE Annual Conference in Salt Lake City

Thank you to everyone who submitted a Conference Paper! The Conference Papers demonstrate that the PCEE Division has a robust and diverse research agenda.

This is a gentle reminder that the paper reviewer deadline is February 26th. It is critical that you complete your review on time for papers to advance to the conference.

 

 

Opportunities & Information

Share your strategies for teaching engineering to students with special needs

As part of your STEM curriculum, do you teach engineering to students with special needs? If so, what strategies do you use? What challenges do you face (such as safety issues and forming teams for projects), and how do you deal with them? How do you encourage persistence, communication, creativity, and collaboration among students with special needs? If you would like to share your knowledge and advice in a future NSTA Reports article, please e-mail Debra Shapiro, Associate Editor, NSTA Reports, National Science Teachers Association.

IEEE’s Transactions on Education – Seeking reviewers for K-12 oriented papers

The well respected IEEE’s Transactions on Education journal predominately has resources that are focused on HigherEd. However, the Associate Editors are currently receiving many submissions related to research in K-12 on topics such as electronics, computer engineering, computational thinking, and coding research. It has been a consistent problem to find people to review these K-12 oriented submissions.
If you are interested in helping with the review of K-12 oriented papers please reach out to the Associate Editors (who are also active members of the PCEE division) Laura Bottomley and Steve O’Brien.

Journal of STEM Outreach – Now Live

The first issue of the Journal of STEM Outreach (jstemoutreach.org) is now live!! Check it out and consider submitting a manuscript for the second issue that will be available on April 15 (manuscripts due no later than March 1).

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