CIESE in the News | CIESE

November 9, 2017 The importance of teaching problem-solving skills is the focus of this ASCD SmartBrief contributed by Greg Bartus at CIESE, Stevens Institute of Technology.   March 20, 2017 Stevens Institute of Technology and CIESE efforts highlighted in New Jersey Business article, “State is Progressive in Promoting STEM.”  2016 Winter, 2016 A short history and …

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CIESE is located at 807 Castle Point Terrace at Stevens Institute of Technology in Hoboken, NJ. Driving Directions to Stevens Public Transportation Stevens Campus Map Stevens Visitor Information for additional travel information

Presentations | CIESE

New Jersey Science Convention Somerset, NJ October, 2016 ISTE Conference & ExpoDenver, CO June, 2016 Teaching STEM Using LEGO Underwater Robots NSTA Annual ConferenceNashville, TN March-April, 2016 Teacher Researcher Day Session: Claims and Evidence: Developing Scientific Argumentation for ELL, IEP, GT, and General Education Middle School Students Connecting Physical Science and Engineering through the Design …

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Publications | CIESE

Below are links to papers written by CIESE staff as well as papers written by others regarding CIESE efforts. 2017 Scribner, J. Adam (2017). A Comparative Study of Educator Backgrounds and Their Effect on Student Understanding of the Engineering Design Process and Engineering Careers, Utilizing an Underwater Robotics Program. Proceedings of the American Society for …

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CIESE was founded in 1988 to improve K-12 science and mathematics education through the use of technology. Drawing upon Stevens’ years of experience as the first college in the country to require students to own a computer (1982), early CIESE programs utilized mathematics “tool” software for exploration of mathematical concepts. Over thirty years of leadership …

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This mailing list is sponsored by CIESE, The Center for Innovation in Engineering & Science Education at Stevens Institute of Technology. We collaborate with K-12 and university educators, researchers, policymakers and educational organizations to develop curriculum materials, conduct professional development programs, and research new methodologies to strengthen STEM education. This list will not only update …

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Musical Plates: A Study of Plate Tectonics

Earthquakes, a scientific and physical phenomenon, affect our lives in many ways. In this project, students use Real-Time earthquake and volcano data from the Internet to explore the relationship between earthquakes, plate tectonics, and volcanoes. Students will: Use Real-Time data to solve a problem. Study the correlation between earthquakes and tectonic plates. Determine whether or …

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