The 2nd annual LEGO Engineering Symposium was hosted by the CEEO at Tufts University in 2008.
Download Symposium Day 1 presentations (ZIP) containing…
- John Field – LabVIEW: From the cradle to the grave. How can you use LabVIEW to expand the data logging experience from elementary to college classrooms
- Eric Wang – Brickcasting: A call to arms!
- Mitchel Resnick & Robbie Berg – New pathways into robotics: Experimenting with Crickets
- Merredith Portsmore – The power of datalogging
Download Symposium Day 2 presentations (ZIP) containing…
- L Heikkila – Finding the cognitive hook for girls
- T Ford – Datalogging as part of the exploratory process: A means not an end
- T Ford – Datalogging without programming
- Brian Gravel & Bill Church – SNAP Animation: Putting students’ theories into motion
Download Symposium Day 3 presentations (ZIP) containing…
- Erin Cejka – Understanding engineering education: An overview of research at the CEEO
- John Field – What’s next for MINDSTORMS software and the NXT toolkit
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The Tufts Center for Engineering Education and Outreach (CEEO) in Boston, Massachusetts, is dedicated to improving engineering education in the classroom, from Kindergarten to college. The Center houses faculty, staff, and graduate students from engineering disciplines and the education department.
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