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USING UNDERWATER ROBOTS TO BUILD YOUR
STEM PIPELINE
Delve into using underwater
robots to engage students
with hands-on pr...
Presenters
Diana CostM.Ed. NSF Master Teacher Fellow (Global
Learning Charter Public School: New Bedford, MA);
Keith Bradl...
BACKGROUND
GLCPS
Urban secondary school in New Bedford,
Massachusetts.
Title I school with over 74% of the student
populat...
HYPOTHESIS
Incorporation of engineering-based learning
(EBL) using underwater robotics will increase
student interest in r...
• K-12 teachers to create relevant real
world application of curriculum for
student centered learning
1
• EBL encourages a...
Learning Objectives
Technology
Procedure
Policies
Benefits
New Steam Courses
The Goal to Increase Student Interest
STEAM
PLANS
1 yr 2 yr 3 yr
Using Problem Based Engineering
to Learn EDP
Time Spent
ProjectsWorkedOn
Introduce
Problem
Create
Interest
Working Toward Steam
Use EDP
Case Study
 Student Interest
 Disengaged
 No Interest in STEM
 The Change overheard
 “I wish I was still in that
engi...
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  1. 1. USING UNDERWATER ROBOTS TO BUILD YOUR STEM PIPELINE Delve into using underwater robots to engage students with hands-on problem- solving activities. Lessons will incorporate Common Core, science, and engineering.
  2. 2. Presenters Diana CostM.Ed. NSF Master Teacher Fellow (Global Learning Charter Public School: New Bedford, MA); Keith Bradley (Somerset Middle School: Somerset, MA); Meghan Abella-Bowen (Bristol Community College: Fall River, MA); Darlease Monteiro (Global Learning Charter Public School: New Bedford, MA)
  3. 3. BACKGROUND GLCPS Urban secondary school in New Bedford, Massachusetts. Title I school with over 74% of the student population on free and reduced lunch. Historically, only 60% of students graduating from New Bedford move on to postsecondary education Goal increase interest in STEAM (science, technology, engineering, arts, and math) fields.
  4. 4. HYPOTHESIS Incorporation of engineering-based learning (EBL) using underwater robotics will increase student interest in reading, researching, writing, and exploring science and engineering.
  5. 5. • K-12 teachers to create relevant real world application of curriculum for student centered learning 1 • EBL encourages and promotes participation, organization, communication, and group ethics to design 2 • EDP is a structured, eight-step, systematic, open-ended process that allows students to explore, within each step of the design process 3 WHAT IS ENGINEERING-BASED LEARNING MODEL?
  6. 6. Learning Objectives Technology Procedure Policies Benefits
  7. 7. New Steam Courses The Goal to Increase Student Interest STEAM PLANS 1 yr 2 yr 3 yr
  8. 8. Using Problem Based Engineering to Learn EDP
  9. 9. Time Spent ProjectsWorkedOn Introduce Problem Create Interest Working Toward Steam Use EDP
  10. 10. Case Study  Student Interest  Disengaged  No Interest in STEM  The Change overheard  “I wish I was still in that engineering course. It was so much fun and I really felt like I was doing real stuff. We got to decide what to build and how it would look. It was great!”

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