Teaching Technicians http://www.teachingtechnicians.org Teaching Technicians Entrepreneurial Approaches to Sustaining and Scaling Educational Innovations http://www.teachingtechnicians.org/Event/Details.aspx?EventID=36576d5a-b966-4473-b932-6ee5eae60786 3/19/2019 2:46:45 PM This workshop kicks off a 2-week course that guides participants through the process of exploring innovative ways to solve problems that address the needs of your intended audience and/or market. The course is primarily for those in the ATE community who are interested in learning how to sustain and scale educational innovations and network with education focused innovators. The workshop begins with an opening session at the HI-TEC conference and includes conducting interviews (approximately 10 one-hour interviews), attending online office hours and an online closing workshop. Participant Benefits ? Explore the potential to sustain and scale education innovations beyond federal funding. ? Benefit from direct feedback and one-on-one office hours with expert instructors, and a pace and workload that accommodate working professionals. ? Awaken your inner edupreneur. ? Network with other education-focused innovators in the ATE community. How to Register Register for both the conference and workshop here: http://www.highimpact-tec.org/hitec2019_reg.php No further steps are required to enroll in the full 2-week course. Early registration is highly recommended as space is limited. Stipend and Costs Participants who complete the two- week course will be given a $500 stipend. Participants must register for the HI-TEC conference ($500 with early registration), as well as the full-day kick-off workshop ($200). Participants must complete the entire two-week course to receive the stipend. Questions? Please email Kacey Beddoes at k.beddoes@asee.org. This course is funded by the National Science Foundation under grant DUE-1355431