The ASEE PCEE Division is excited to celebrate the efforts of those promoting inclusion and diversity in precollege engineering. We invite you to share with the world how you engage diverse students in inclusive engineering, and compete to win a $1000 travel award to the 2017 ASEE Annual Conference in Columbus, OH.
Objective: Share your best practices and strategies that demonstrate inclusion, educational equity, and diversity in teaching pre-college engineering.
Format: Video, essay, podcast, infographic, blog, photo essay — basically any form of media that meets the objective.*
The ASEE Annual Conference & Exposition will be held in Columbus, OH June 24 – June 28, 2017. The conference brings together P-12 teachers, administrator and engineering educators from across the country who focus on bringing authentic engineering practices to their classrooms.
Top submissions will be showcased on the PCEE Website and during the Annual Division Meeting in Columbus. Plus you’ll share it on social media, so the WHOLE world can see what inclusive engineering looks like!
How to Submit
- Share your creation with the world via the most appropriate platform: website, reddit, twitter, youtube, Facebook, instagram, etc.—or across all platforms!
- Tag us!
- Formally submit your entry online.
Submission Deadline: Monday, May 1, 2017 at 11:59 pm.
Do you have resources on how to ensure equitable and inclusion? If you’d like to share, please contact Meagan Pollock.
As problem and project-based learning (PBL) gains popularity in STEM classrooms, and as the disparity of women and students of color in many STEM disciplines remains the same, specific strategies can be applied to PBL to improve equity and access. NAPE’s Ensuring Equity in Project-Based Learning Toolkit (available April 2017) describes how an equitable PBL approach can positively affect marginalized groups, and provides strategies that educators can use to improve their PBL practices to make learning more equitable. This reflection tool—from the toolkit—supports evaluation and reflection of current practices. With more equitable PBLs, we can increase the diversity of students interested in and pursuing STEM careers.
* Disclaimer: We recommend that you receive permission and consent from all “actors” based on your school’s guidelines.