Attn: HS Educators – Free Professional Development Seminars

New England Institute of Technology will offer a three-day summer session of free Professional Development Seminars for high school educators beginning Tuesday, August 19, 2014.

Classes will meet Tuesday, 8/19, through Thursday, 8/21, at the East Greenwich campus from 3:00 pm to 7:00 pm.  Space is limited in each seminar, so if you are interested in any of the seminars listed, please respond as soon as possible.


The following seminars will be offered:

Object-Oriented Technology in Java: STEM Friendly

Topics include fleshing out problem statement, identifying objects, behaviors and data from a problem statement, the object model, coding an object, the Eclipse IDE, Netbeans alternative, and object collaboration

Offered by the Information Technology Department

Class limit: 16


Kinesiology and Human Anatomy

Participants will learn Human Anatomy of the musculoskeletal system and an introduction to physical therapy and the health professions.  The course participants will direct the topics taught based on interest areas.

Offered by the Physical Therapy Assistant Technology Department

Class limit: 15

 

Expanding Your Classroom – Using Technology to Engage Your Students

Participants will experiment with screen capture technology, Voice Thread, Glogster and other free tools to create activities that engage students and open up your classroom.

Offered by the Faculty Resource Center

Class limit: 10

 

At Your Best: Optimizing Your Professional and Personal Effectiveness

Using the most recent ideas in management and positive psychology, this workshop offers an understanding of and a framework for you to develop and be your best self, and to be more effective in your work/career and life.  Effectiveness is your ability to be successful in creating desired results or outcomes.  The workshop is applied, hands-on, and provides practical tools, which allow you to continue the development of your best self and effectiveness after the workshop.

Offered by the Business Management Technology Department

Class limit: 32

 

Making Parts

Offered by the Mechanical Engineering Technology Department

Class limit: 15

 

Software Design Tools

Offered by the Electronic Systems Engineering Technology Department

Class limit: 15

 

To register for a seminar, please forward the following information to Tara Rugg at trugg@neit.edu


Name
High School
Phone
Email (best address to reach you during the summer)

Title of Professional Development Seminar you would like to attend.

Once Tara has received your registration information, you will receive an email with confirmation.  If you are placed on a waiting list for a seminar, you will be notified of that as well.

The 20 Happiest Jobs For New Grads

Getting a great job is a priority for college grads but being happy in those job is just as important and landing it.

According to CareerBliss.com and the Huffington Post:

Current grads looking for work that will leave them smiling most days should find a tech-related job, new research finds. Jobs in the STEM field (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) continue to set the pace for happiness, especially those in software development, according to a new study from CareerBliss, an online career community. To help new grads determine which jobs are giving young professionals the most career-related happiness, CareerBliss analyzed more than 25,000 independent company reviews. Topping this year’s rankings of the Happiest Jobs for the Class of 2014 are java developers, which are programmers who use a specific language associated with client-server Web applications.

Following java developers on the rankings are embedded software engineers, who help program the embedded software in the electronics and other devices, and .NET developers, a programming language specific to Microsoft. As a whole, jobs in the technology sector dominated the rankings. “Technology is constantly morphing, leaving a great deal of opportunities for new and rising talent,” said Heidi Golledge, CareerBliss co-founder. CareerBliss evaluates the key factors that affect work happiness, including the person one works

via The 20 Happiest Jobs For New Grads.

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