The College of Engineering
Project Lead the Way
PLTW Guidance Counselor Conference, January 16th, 2014
A Guidance Counselor Conference for Project Lead the Way (PLTW) will be held on Thursday, January 16, 2014 at Rowan University from 7:45 am to 3:00 p.m. We will be meeting in the Atrium in Henry Rowan Hall located off of Bowe Boulevard and across from Parking Lot M1. There is no registration fee for this conference and a light breakfast and lunch will be provided.
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Schools participating in PLTW may become certified during their second year after implementing the program. This is part of the quality control program. In addition only teachers from a certified school are able to become Master Teachers. To begin the certification process, CLICK HERE
From this link you can access all of the documents related to certification including the online self-assessment. Submission of the self-assessment will automatically notify the State Leader and Affiliate Director that your school is ready to schedule a certification visit. There is no fee for certification.
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Project Lead The Way (PLTW) is geared towards helping middle school and high school students who are interested in a career in engineering and technology. Project Lead the Way partners with higher educational institutions to promote pre-engineering courses in the nation’s high schools, and provides an integrated math, science, and technology curriculum in the middle schools.
As a State of New Jersey Affiliate to Project Lead the Way, Rowan University will:
- Conduct three phases of technical assistance for those participating in PLTW, most of which is related to curriculum and instruction for middle school and high school personnel
- Implement the PLTW certification process for participating schools
- Conduct a variety of promotional and awareness programs for school counselors.
Project Lead the Way offers resources to high school and middle school teachers that strengthens student opportunities in engineering or science throughout the state, and the College of Engineering is pleased to support this program.
Teachers and administrators interested in becoming a PLTW participant are invited to contact the College of Engineering.
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