Save the date: 2019 Teaching Computational Thinking Skills with MATLAB Workshop
The Fifth Annual Teaching Computation with MATLAB workshop will be held October 20-22, 2019 at Carleton College in Northfield, MN
To address the need to strengthen computational thinking skills, this workshop will bring together faculty in STEM fields who teach computation and are interested in strengthening their skills and developing MATLAB-based teaching resources.
Details about the workshop and application process will become available in early-April.
Who should attend the workshop?
The workshop program is designed for undergraduate and graduate educators in Physics, Biology, Chemistry, Geoscience, Math, Engineering, and allied fields who are teaching computational thinking in their courses using MATLAB. Participants will work with peers in their disciplines, other disciplines, and representatives from MathWorks to discuss best practices for teaching computation and design activities and courses that incorporate MATLAB.
What happens at the workshop?
Workshop activities will include demonstrations of MATLAB teaching activities, hands-on MATLAB sessions, plenary talks, discussion panels, and opportunities to work in small groups on activity/course design. Sessions, panels, talks, and groups will be led by faculty peers who teach with MATLAB in their courses.
Want more information?
See past workshops and events, search the teaching activity collection, or explore strategies and approaches for teaching with MATLAB.
For questions please contact Mitchell Awalt at firstname.lastname@example.org
Mitchell Awalt, on behalf on the workshop conveners:
Don Baker, McGill University
Dan Burleson, University of Houston (Review Editor)
Princess Imoukhuede, Washington University in St. Louis
Lisa Kempler, MathWorks
Cathy Manduca, Science Education Resource Center, Carleton College
Kelly Roos, Bradley University