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Apply to pilot test Engineering Everywhere

Posted By Linda Coyle, Thursday, April 20, 2017

Apply to pilot test Engineering Everywhere

Do you want to help us develop our newest Engineering Everywhere units? Apply to become a pilot educator this summer!

We are pilot testing two units:

  1. Testing the Waters: Engineering a Water Reuse Process: Youth investigate water quality and filtering technologies to engineer a process to reuse water in an extreme environment. 
  1. Worlds Apart: Engineering Remote Sensing Devices: Youth design remote sensing devices to gather data about a mystery moon for scientist partners.

As a pilot educator, you will:

  • receive an educator guide and materials needed to complete the hands-on activities for up to 24 youth
  • complete approximately eight activities with middle-school-aged youth in summer camp by August 28th, 2017
  • administer assessments to the youth in your summer camp to help us understand how the unit impacts their attitudes about engineering
  • earn a stipend as thanks for your participation
  • MA-only: Attend a focus group at the Museum of Science, Boston on August 28th
  • AZ-only: Attend a focus group at Northern Arizona University, date TBD

To qualify, fill out the application by Friday, May 5th at 5 PM!

http://info.eie.org/ee-pilot-application?hs_preview=ozYtkCCA-4279178264

For additional information, contact:

Joelle Clarkjoelle.clark@nau.edu
 
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