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Teacher In-Service Program (TISP) 2009-2010 IEEE Ottawa Section http://ieee.org/go/ottawa-tisp. Agenda. Introductions Objectives IEEE Overview TISP Overview Q&A. Introductions. Jennifer Ng – IEEE Ottawa TISP Champion jng@ieee.org Raed Abdullah – IEEE Ottawa Section Chair

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Teacher In-Service Program (TISP)

2009-2010

IEEE Ottawa Section

http://ieee.org/go/ottawa-tisp


Agenda

Introductions

Objectives

IEEE Overview

TISP Overview

Q&A


Introductions

Jennifer Ng – IEEE Ottawa TISP Champion

jng@ieee.org

Raed Abdullah – IEEE Ottawa Section Chair

RaedAbdullah@ieee.org


Develop challenging activities for pre-university students

Form collaborative relationships with School Boards

Objectives of TISP

http://www.tryengineering.org


World’s largest professional association, advancing innovation and technological excellence for the benefit of humanity.

What is IEEE?


IEEE Around the World

385,000 members (80,000 students)

160 countries worldwide

http://www.theinstitute.ieee.org


IEEE Quick Facts

1,800 chapters

unite local members with similar technical interests.

1,750 student branches

at colleges and universities in 80 countries.

38 societies and 7 technical councils

representing a wide range of technical interests.

144 transactions, journals and magazines.

900 conferences

sponsored annually.

1,300 standards and projects

under development.

  • Volunteerism is a core value of IEEE


Why TISP?

  • Developed Countries:

    • Flat or declining STEM enrollments (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics)

  • Developing Countries:

    Insufficient number of engineers and engineering educational programs

  • Women & Minority:

    Still under-represented

  • Public Perception of Engineers:

    Largely misinformed


Rate Change of Science Degrees Awarded

Fields include science, mathematics, statistics, computing, engineering, manufacturing, and construction.

Levels include tertiary-type A and advanced research programmes.

Source is the Organization of Economic Cooperation and Development website (http://stats.oecd.org)


B.Eng. Degrees Awarded in Canada

Source: Engineers Canada


Collegeboard.comBroadcast Journalism

Electrical Engineering


The Teacher In-Service Program (TISP)

http://www.ieee.org/web/education/preuniversity/tispt/index.html

  • IEEE Section engineers develop and present technology-oriented projects to local pre-university educators

  • Started at the Florida West Coast Section in 2001 

  • Lesson plans started in English and Spanish for teachers and engineers. Now available in English, Spanish, Portuguese, Chinese, French, Russian, German and Japanese

  • Lesson plans matched to educational standards


TISP Metrics to Date

  • 50+ presentations

  • 675+ pre-university educators have participated (science, technology, mathematics)

  • 70,000+ students represented by educators

  • South Africa, Peru, Canada and China included

  • Over 90% of the respondents agreed:

    • They would use the concepts presented in their instruction

    • Doing so would enhance the level of technological literacy of their students


TISP Workshop Objectives

To promote awareness of:

Technological literacy

The connections between STEM standards

To provide:

Hands-on demonstration of STEM topics for classroom use

Information about resources available to support STEM instruction


Suggested TISP Half Day Program


Resources

  • International Technology Education Association

    • www.iteaconnect.org

  • International Council of Academies of Engineering

    and Technological Sciences

    • www.caets.org

  • Canadian Space Agency (Youth Outreach Division)

    • www.asc-csa.gc.ca

  • Skills Canada

    • www.skillscanada.com

  • National Research Council of Canada (Student Science and Tech)

    • www.nrc-cnrc.gc.ca

  • National Aeronautics and Space Administration (Education Program)

    • www.nasa.gov

  • National Center for Education Information

    • www.ncei.com

  • National Academy of Engineering

    • www.nae.edu

  • Ontario Council For Technology Education

    • www.octe.on.ca

  • Also, go to

    www.ieee.org

    or

    contact IEEE Ottawa Section TISP Representatives


    IEEE TISP LESSON PLANS

    Simple Machines

    Ages 4-9

    (Lesson Focus: Simple machines: their principles and uses)

    Flashlights & Batteries

    Ages 7-11

    (Lesson Focus: Demonstrate electrical circuits in a flashlight)

    Insulators & Conductors

    Ages 8-14

    (Lesson Focus: Demonstrate conductors and insulators)

    Electric Switch

    Ages 8-14

    (Lesson Focus: Demonstrate how switches control circuits)

    Design Candy Bag

    Ages 8-14

    (Lesson Focus: Evaluate, design, and build a better candy bag)

    Series & Parallel circuits

    Ages 8-14

    (Lesson Focus: Demonstrate parallel and serial circuit design)


    IEEE TISP LESSON PLANS

    Solid Conductors

    Ages 8-14

    (Lesson Focus: Demonstrate the concept of solid conductors)

    Buzzer Circuit

    Ages 8-14

    (Lesson Focus: Demonstrate how two switches interact in an electrical circuit such as that used to sound a buzzer

    Ohm’s Law

    Ages 10-18

    (Lesson Focus: Demonstrate Ohm's Law with digital multi-meter)

    Electric Motors

    Ages 10-14

    (Lesson Focus: Electric Motors: principles and everyday uses)

    Light Waves & Spectroscopes

    Ages 10-14

    (Lesson Focus: Light and Spectrometry)

    Robot Arm

    Ages 10-18

    (Lesson Focus: Develop a robot arm using common materials)


    IEEE TISP LESSON PLANS

    Planet Gamma Orbit

    Ages 10-14

    (Lesson Focus: Random error and systematic error)

    Nail Clipper Model

    Ages 10-18

    (Lesson Focus: Develop a working model of a nail clipper)

    Rotational Equilibrium

    Ages 11-18

    (Lesson Focus: Demonstrate rotational equilibrium concepts)


    Questions?

    Thank-you for your attention


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