(Day 2): Novel Engineering Conference for K-8 Educators

  • June 14, 2019 • 8:30 AM – 3 PM
  • Washington University, Danforth Campus, College Hall
Join us for the first Novel Engineering Conference as we bring together K-8 educators from around the country to explore the integration of engineering and literacy!

The two-day conference will dive deeply into:
  • getting started with Novel Engineering
  • engineering in the classroom
  • supporting productive engineering design
Hear from the creator of Novel Engineering from Tufts University and listen to a panel of local teachers discuss their experiences. Morning sessions will be divided into beginner and intermediate/advanced groups. Afternoon sessions will be hands-on workshops using grade-level appropriate literature for early-elementary, upper-elementary, and middle-school learners.

Presenters include Barbara Pener, Melanie Turnage, Elissa Milto, Lisa Meyers, and Laura Fradin.

Registration fee: $60
Register at:  http://tiny.cc/NE_WUSTL

Conference registration fee includes:
Novel Engineering instructional materials, parking, lunch and coffee/tea

Registration costs have been subsidized by a grant from the McDonnell Family Foundation.

Questions about the conference? Contact Melanie Turnage at mturnage@wustl.edu Learn more about Novel Engineering at novelengineering.org