|Date(s):||October 17, 2019|
|Place:||Lane ESD Main Campus (directions)|
|Presenter:||Bradford Hill, Physics and CTE Engineering Teacher at Mountainside High School, Beaverton SD, Oregon|
|Audience:||High school physical science and physics science teachers; science/math/STEM teachers|
|Fees:||Free for Lane County high school science teachers, $150/day for teachers outside of Lane County|
|Description:||This workshop aims to engage participants in a project around the engineering and design of a shoe. In the workshop, participants will live the experience that a student would, and will take and analyze data in order to make data-informed decisions about a shoe design. Participants will learn about a learning progression that targets NGSS performance expectations about force, impulse, and momentum.
Additionally, Problems of Practice will be the focus of discussion and collaborative problem solving and actionable next steps will be found.
Curriculum Link: Unit 4: Engineer a Shoe (Force, Impulse, Momentum)Opens a new window/tab
|Lunch:||No lunch will be provided.|
|Prerequisites:||None required. Attending Workshops 1-5 will provide important background for this workshop, but it is not required.|
|Notes:||All participants will be provided a certificate for PDUs based on the training hours.|