Presentation Title: Delivering Integrative STEM Education through Engineering Design
The purpose of this presentation will be introduce participants to Integrative STEM Education. Integrative STEM education is a technological/engineering design-based learning approach that intentionally integrate the concepts and practices of science and/or mathematics education with the concepts and practices of technology and/or engineering education.
Dr. Edward M. Reeve is a professor and teacher educator in area of Technology and Engineering Education (TEE) at Utah State University (USU). Dr. Reeve received his PhD in Education in Industrial Technology from The Ohio State University and has been at USU for more 28 years where he has worked to advance knowledge in the fields of Technology and Engineering Education and Career and Technical Education (CTE). His professional interests are in the areas related to educational standards, curriculum development in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) education, improving teaching and learning, and internationalizing the curriculum.
Dr. Reeve has experiences as a secondary school technology education teacher, educational administrator, and instructional specialist. He is a former American Council on Education (ACE) Fellow, Fulbright Scholar (Thailand), Fulbright Specialist (Thailand), and former president of the Council on Technology and Engineering Teacher Education (CTETE). Currently he is serving on the Board of Directors for International Technology and Engineering Educators Education Association (ITEEA) as President-Elect.
Dr. Edward M. Reeve
Technology and Engineering Education
School of Applied Sciences, Technology, and Education
Utah State University, Logan, Utah USA