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NSF ATE Breakfast Roundtable and Workshop Sessions

“Developing Industry Driven Curricula Through PBL”

 

NSF ATE Principal Investigators Conference in Washington DC. AM PBL PI Fenna Hanes (pictured in the first photo) and Co-PI Nick Massa (pictured in the second photo) presented the work of the PBL Projects to breakfast roundtable and workshop session attendees.

Plumbing instructor Bradley Harding of the NSF-ATE Energy Services and Technology (EST) project (pictured in the third photo), an NSF ATE project at Kennebec Valley Community College in Maine, described his experience receiving training in developing problem based learning Challenges (case studies) from the PBL Projects team.

Harding and Massa discussed how they worked with industry partners to address local workforce development needs and shared how their ATE projects collaborated to develop a new industry-driven PBL program at KVCC.

 

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