Tall Tower Challenge – Virtual Delivery

The London Section has used the Tall Tower Challenge activity in high schools and elementary to demonstrate the Engineering Design process during the period when we are restricted to virtual visits due to Covid-19 protocols in the local schools.  A typical presentation talks about engineering …

Participation at Science Teachers’ Association of Ontario Conference

For over 10 years IEEE Canada’s TISP (old name) group has participated in the Science Teachers’ Association of Ontario (STAO) conference held in Toronto.  This was started by David Hepburn with help from other volunteers and more recently has been led by Satish Saini.
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National Engineering Month Activities at London Children’s Museum

Every March the London Section in collaboration with the Professional Engineers Ontario (PEO) London chapter hosts several activities at London Children’s Museum to celebrate National Engineering Month.  The attendees are mostly preschool to grade 3 along with parents and older siblings.  In the past, the …

Pre-Teacher Workshop at Althouse College, Western University

The London Section has held an annual workshop for a number of years at Western University’s Althouse College, Faculty of Education.  The audience is pre-teachers in the STEM course, and we explain the IEEE’s resources available to them.  Who doesn’t like free lesson plans!!   We …

Making Electricity

45 grade 5 students at Crossfield Elementary School in Alberta Southern Alberta Section (May 15, 2014

Ship The Chip

23 grade 7 and 26 grade 8 students at Cremona School in Alberta Southern Alberta Section (September 10, 2013)