Todd Kelley, associate professor of technology leadership and innovation, and his co-author received the 2014 Gerald R. Day Top Peer-Reviewed Article Award from the International Technology and Engineering Educators Association this spring.
The article, which Kelley wrote with Woodrow Wilson Indiana Teaching Fellow Moira McSpadden, is titled "Engineering Design: Diverse Design Teams to Solve Real-World Problems" and was published in Technology and Engineering Teacher in 2012.
McSpadden and Kelley propose using real-world engineering design problems to impact classroom culture and team diversity and enhance student learning experiences. McSpadden, who was a graduate student in the engineering/technology teacher education program, attended Purdue as a STEM Goes Rural fellow.
- Winning article from Technology and Engineering Teacher (PDF, page 17)
- Article about McSpadden from her school district