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 [email protected] Raed Abdullah – IEEE Ottawa Section Chair
IEEE Ottawa Section
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Objectives of TISP
World’s largest professional association, advancing innovation and technological excellence for the benefit of humanity.
What is IEEE?
385,000 members (80,000 students)
160 countries worldwide
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.
1,300 standards and projects
Insufficient number of engineers and engineering educational programs
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)
Source: Engineers Canada
To promote awareness of:
The connections between STEM standards
Hands-on demonstration of STEM topics for classroom use
Information about resources available to support STEM instruction
and Technological Sciences
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(Lesson Focus: Simple machines: their principles and uses)
Flashlights & Batteries
(Lesson Focus: Demonstrate electrical circuits in a flashlight)
Insulators & Conductors
(Lesson Focus: Demonstrate conductors and insulators)
(Lesson Focus: Demonstrate how switches control circuits)
Design Candy Bag
(Lesson Focus: Evaluate, design, and build a better candy bag)
Series & Parallel circuits
(Lesson Focus: Demonstrate parallel and serial circuit design)
(Lesson Focus: Demonstrate the concept of solid conductors)
(Lesson Focus: Demonstrate how two switches interact in an electrical circuit such as that used to sound a buzzer
(Lesson Focus: Demonstrate Ohm's Law with digital multi-meter)
(Lesson Focus: Electric Motors: principles and everyday uses)
Light Waves & Spectroscopes
(Lesson Focus: Light and Spectrometry)
(Lesson Focus: Develop a robot arm using common materials)
Planet Gamma Orbit
(Lesson Focus: Random error and systematic error)
Nail Clipper Model
(Lesson Focus: Develop a working model of a nail clipper)
(Lesson Focus: Demonstrate rotational equilibrium concepts)
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