Live Interview/Virtual PD: Establishing A Practical Electrical Engineering Program-Without Breaking the Bank!
Establishing A Practical Electrical Engineering Program – Without Breaking the Bank!
(Live Discussion/Virtual PD)
This interactive live discussion will feature the internationally acclaimed educator, education leader, STEM education expert, curriculum developer, workshop leader, and expert in 21st century K-12 education, Mr. Scott A. Campbell (Founder and CEO of Sino Educational Exchange)
Webinar/Virtual PD Synopsis:
Electrical engineering is at the heart of technological innovation, as such its importance to the future of STE(A)M education cannot be understated. In this virtual conference participants will learn how to set up a versatile electronics lab without spending a small fortune. Both theoretical and practical aspects will be covered including: logistics, sourcing, and project design. Then practical experiments will be modelled virtually. Finally, and this is the best part! All participants will be given access to a vast resource library to help them grow their own electronics program.
This virtual PD session will follow the following agenda:
- Learning electronics through various practical methods (Pros/Cons Analysis);
- Modular circuits and applied experimentation;
- Developing cross-curricular extensions;
- How eCAD can be brought into the fold quickly and easily;
- Lesson modelling (a brief demonstration on how to link theory and practice);
- An overview of what you will need to get your electrical engineering program started:
- An overview of what equipment you should buy and why;
- Access to hundreds of free teaching resources;
- And links to trusted suppliers to help you source the parts you need.
Scott A. Campbell
Scott Campbell is a dreamer, and like most dreamers he has grand ideas on how to make the world a better place. Recently he has founded an educational not-for-profit which aims to do just that. But this isn’t the first time Scott has taken on an ambitious undertaking though. Moving around a lot as a child Scott had attended many schools both at home and abroad, and at the age of 16 he returned to Canada after studying in Japan. Still in high-school at the time, Scott started his own company, and by the age of 18 his company was already turning a profit and had been granted a Federal Tax ID. During this time Scott balanced his commercial contracts with the pursuit of a higher education and earned a total of 6 degrees from: Sheridan, St. Lawrence, Queens, Thompson Rivers University, and the University of Cumbria. While operating his company Scott also branched off into R&D – developing and patenting the world’s first 3D-RML technologies. Then in 2012 Scott sold his company so he could pursue his dream of becoming a teacher. Since then Scott has worked all over China and has helped a number of schools launch their own STEM programs. However, recently Scott has started shifting his attention back to the private sector – not for higher personal gain but for the pursuit of a higher purpose. His organization Sino-Exchange, although small, is now providing educators and students alike access to free educational resources. Why? So that anyone, regardless of their social or economic background, can have the opportunity to learn.
Our honorable guest will be interviewed by John Bayramian (Head of Education at Hua Quan Village). John has more than 33 years of international academic leadership and pedagogical/administrative experiences in various programs such as International Baccalaureate (IB), American, British, French Programs across USA, Europe and the Middle East. John conducted more than 700 international workshops for educators worldwide.
Date & Time
2022.03.19 l Saturday l 14:00 Dubai Time – 18:00 Beijing Time
Free of Charge
Certificate of Attendance will be awarded
Duration: 1h45 minutes
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