- explore how people create, use, and control technology. -apply knowledge of mathematics, science, English, history and social studies in solving problems associated with technology. -use tools and materials to explore design, engineering and technology. -exhibit self-confidence through the use of technology.
The Virginia Children’s Engineering Council will sponsor best practice, hands-on workshops in engineering, design technology and digital learning on Thursday and Friday, February 6-7, 2020. Hands-on projects which attendees can make and take are strongly encouraged. Workshops will be designed for 75-minutes.
Please submit your proposal request no later than July 1, 2019. Presenters will be notified of presentation status by August 15, 2019.
Handouts: If the presenter needs the convention planning team to print session handouts, electronic submission of material should be sent to email@example.com and must be received by January 10, 2020. After this date, presenters will be responsible for session handouts.
While a limited number of data projectors are available for back-up, presenters are encouraged to bring their own. Presenters will be responsible for supplying any additional equipment needed for their sessions. Internet access will be provided for all sessions.
Convention Resources for Participants: Convention resources will be made available to all participants at childrensengineering.org. Presenters are asked, but not required, to share their documents. A link for sharing documents will be provided closer to the convention date.
Convention Registration: Presenters are provided a reduced registration. The discounted rate will be $205 . This reduced rate will be limited to two presenters per session. A special registration link for presenters will be included with notification of presentation acceptance. The registration fee includes access to all convention functions.
Presenters will be required to submit a paid registration by November 1, 2019 in order to remain in the program.