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NEW!!! 3/29/16

Milford High School students create prosthetic arm for girl.

 

 

NEW!!! 1/19/16

POE Presentations from Fall Conference 2015:

- Middle School Transitions

- Surviving Robot C

 

ODE Apprenticeship Presentation from Fall Conference


Hilliard Davidson High School girls engineering class on PLTW national website to promote Introduce a Girl to
Engineering Day
North Union Middle School Teacher Named VEX Teacher of the Year!
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How One Ohio School Makes Engineers
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Chaminade Julienne dedicates
CJ STEMM Center
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Kelly Woodruff adds 'a lot of spirit' to Northwestern High School
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Kettering Fairmont wins State Real World Design Challenge for third year in a row
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Bridging the Engineering Gender Gap:
Schools work to introduce more girls to engineering
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PLTW National changes to Program Implementation and Ohio's response
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The Change to Vex Equipment from an Industry Perspective
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CT Graduate Credit

The Division of Professional Development in the College of Education and Human Services at Wright State University is happy to offer credit for Project Lead the Way Core Training courses.

These guidelines must be adhered to for credit to be issued.

Wright State’s Division of Professional Development (DPD) courses do not lead to a degree, unless the degree has built in electives. Most students who take our courses do so for LPDC fulfillment, advancement on the salary schedule, license renewal, or for new information.

There will be no hours awarded from the College of Engineering at Wright State University.

Graduate credit will be offered to any teacher participating in the PLTW Core Training at the reduced in-state tuition rate of: $400 for two semester hours (2 week classes), or $200 for one semester hour (1 week classes). GTT Specialization courses and LTT training are not eligible for credit. All out of state participants requesting graduate credit will be charged an additional $250 per credit hour. If you desire out of state credit, you will be asked to sign a statement agreeing to be responsible for additional out of state fees. Additional information will be provided at the beginning of training. Bring a personal check if you plan to get credit.

There is also an additional $10.00 registration fee for all students who have not attended Wright State University in the last calendar year.