22 min

Teaching Teachers (When You're Not One‪)‬ The K12 Engineering Education Podcast

    • Education

Engineers Sadhan Sathyaseelan and Pius Wong both have trained high school
teachers in engineering curricula. We're talking about what we've learned, as
non-teachers, to successfully train teachers in professional development
programs spanning different engineering disciplines. How does it compare to
teaching undergraduates? Or our own experiences learning and practicing
engineering in school and at work? Our opening music today comes from "School
Zone (radio edit)" by The Honorable Sleaze, and our closing music is from "Late
for School" by Bleeptor. Both are used under a Creative Commons Attribution
License: creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/ Let me know what you want to talk
about in K12 Engineering Education by connecting on Twitter: @piuswong. Thanks
for listening! A transcript for this episode is at:
http://www.k12engineering.net/transcripts/ep3.html

Engineers Sadhan Sathyaseelan and Pius Wong both have trained high school
teachers in engineering curricula. We're talking about what we've learned, as
non-teachers, to successfully train teachers in professional development
programs spanning different engineering disciplines. How does it compare to
teaching undergraduates? Or our own experiences learning and practicing
engineering in school and at work? Our opening music today comes from "School
Zone (radio edit)" by The Honorable Sleaze, and our closing music is from "Late
for School" by Bleeptor. Both are used under a Creative Commons Attribution
License: creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/ Let me know what you want to talk
about in K12 Engineering Education by connecting on Twitter: @piuswong. Thanks
for listening! A transcript for this episode is at:
http://www.k12engineering.net/transcripts/ep3.html

22 min