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Be a part of a paid panel to improve K-12 biomedical education

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Medical students: Want to make a difference in high school biomedical education? 

Join the Project Lead the Way (PLTW) Assessment Item Design Panel June 12-14. Participants will be paid $400 per day and will receive reasonable travel expenses and accommodations.

How do I sign up?

Please contact Ali Dunham at adunham@pltw.org for more information and/or to RSVP your attendance.

What will I do with the PLTW Assessment Item Design Panel?

Attending the Panel will provide you with the opportunity to participate in a group discussion and story board development of new and unique items for the new PLTW curriculum and assessment for fall 2018. 

When and where is the PLTW Assessment Item Design Panel?

  • Indianapolis, Indiana
  • June 12-13, 2018
  • The optional Game-based Item Design Day is on June 14

Who will I work with on the panel?

  • Secondary Education: PLTW Teachers with experience in the pathways.
  • Institutions of Higher Education (“IHEs”): Faculty from recognized higher education institutions who teach and/or work in research centers in the pathways of computer science, biomedical science and engineering, as well as higher ed administrators who can advise the on importance of transferrable skills
  • Industry Representatives: Technical experts who work in computer science, biomedical science and engineering, as well as higher ed administrators who can advise the on importance of transferrable skills.
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