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IEEE offers many ways to support the educational needs of learners. For pre-college students, the organization offers summer camps and other opportunities to explore careers in STEM fields. IEEE continuing education courses allow professionals to stay current on technology, maintain their skills, and learn new things.
From April 2-8, the IEEE Institute is highlighting resources for students, educators, and technical professionals at IEEE Education Week. The annual celebration highlights the educational opportunities offered by the world’s largest art professional association and its many organizational units, societies and councils.
Here are some of the events and resources available during this year’s Education Week.
Climate Change: IEEE’s Role in Bringing Technology Solutions to the Challenge
April 3, from noon to 1 p.m. EST
IEEE President and CEO Saifur Rahman kicks off the Education Week with a session on how the organization serves as a vital link between policymakers and the engineering and technology communities in providing technology solutions to the global challenge of Climate change. Abdelrahman plans to share how the IEEE is committed to helping mitigate climate change through practical and accessible technology solutions, as well as by providing engineers and technologists with a neutral space for discussion and action. The webinar also addresses the importance of educating the energy workforce.
April 3, 9-10 a.m. EST
IEEE REACH (Raising Engineering Awareness Through the History Channel) Provides teachers with resources to help them explain the history of technology and the roles engineers play. During this webinar, participants can learn how REACH can enhance the classroom experience.
Do this not that! Apply multimedia learning principles in the online module/presentation to improve comprehension
April 5, 11-11:45 a.m. EST
Many people share their experiences Tik TokAnd Youtube and other online platforms. When sharing knowledge in a rich multimedia environment, there are research-proven principles that can be applied to improve presentation – which in turn enhances knowledge transfer. This webinar is designed to show participants how to apply the principles to their presentations.
Books, videos and more
Here are some of the presentations and additional resources available during IEEE Education Week.
to get a list Seminars and events And More resourcesvisiting IEEE Education Week website.
How to participate
IEEE affiliate groups can participate in IEEE Education Week by offering events, resources, and special offers such as discounted courses. In addition, prof tools Available to help groups promote IEEE Education Week and their event through newsletters, social media, and more.
Provides Education Week website Special offers and discounts also. You can too Education program support By donating to IEEE Foundation.
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You do not need to be a member to participate in IEEE Education Week; However, members get discounted or free access to many events and resources.
If you are not yet a member of IEEE, now would be a great time to join.