Materials & Innovation: Building the Future: National Educators Workshop, November 2 – 4, 2014 in Seattle, Washington

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Materials & Innovation: Building the Future: National Educators Workshop, November 2 – 4, 2014 in Seattle, Washington

The National Educators Workshop (NEW) provides participants with the latest topics, strategies and methods for teaching material science and technologies.  This Workshop unites educators at all levels with a materials science focus, offering classroom tested hands-on labs, demos and workshops to assist instructors directly in their teaching.

 

NEW offers:

  • Presentation opportunities for focus on hands-on experiments, demonstrations and laboratories
  • Poster and oral presentation opportunities
  • Assistance to instructors in evaluation and course assessment methods
  • Networking opportunities with participants from all educational levels
  • Assistance with new materials technologies
  • Road maps and methods for development of new materials courses
  • Direct means for introducing materials concepts into existing courses
  • Opportunity for peer-reviewed publication for current and future reference

Authors are invited to submit abstracts focused on the above topics applied to over 20 theme areas, including:

  • Structural materials with processing and applications
  • Manufacturing and materials experiments and applications
  • Chemical and physical properties of all classes of solids
  • Corrosion and Environmental Degradation
  • Nanotechnology and its importance in materials science and technology
  • Biomaterials and their preparation and utilization

Best practices and hands-on curricular material focused on strengthening student interest and understanding are encouraged, along with more advanced topics to assist instructors in enhancing learning at higher levels.
Your abstract is requested for this unique, dynamic Workshop where both invited and contributed oral presentations and poster opportunities are featured along with networking opportunities. Traditional lecture-only presentations are discouraged. Reviewers are looking for innovative practices, lab/demo ideas, and active learning opportunities.  Abstract submission directions are available at http://materialseducation.org/events/new2014/

Abstract due date July 31, 2014.  Submit abstracts to Diese E-Mail-Adresse ist vor Spambots geschützt! Zur Anzeige muss JavaScript eingeschaltet sein!
More workshop information at http://materialseducation.org/events/new2014/

 

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