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Mother Daughter TEA (Technology Engineering Aptitude)

Train the Trainer Workshop

Apply to Hold a Workshop facilitated by Celeste Baine | Certified Trainer Toolkit Refills

Train the Trainer - Professional Development
Attend a 1-day professional development workshop and leave with your own toolkit to hold a Mother/Daughter TEA in your location. Space is limited to 26 participants. Early registration is encouraged.

How it works:

The Engineering Education Service Center will offer a training of the Mother Daughter TEA workshop. Each trainee will receive an instruction book for holding the Mother Daughter TEA and take home a toolkit that will enable them to host their own TEA workshop upon their return.

The TEA Toolkit for workshop presenters is an easy and exciting, time and work-saving kit. It was developed to help presenters teach engineering. Whether you are an educator or a professional engineer, this workshop is sure to give you plenty of ideas on how to engage girls and their mothers. If you want every girl to consider an engineering career, this toolkit is your answer!

Celeste Workshop picture

Hands-on activities integrating science concepts, technology skills and tools, and mathematical processes provide contextual learning opportunities in a STEM environment. These activities parallel real-world engineering tasks and problem-solving opportunities. By using this powerful workshop toolkit, you will be able to show both mothers and daughters that engineering is not something to be afraid of but a realistic way to solve the problems of everyday life and a very viable career opportunity! The lessons and activities will actively engage girls in learning about engineering and our technological world by applying creativity and innovation as they complete the projects.

Celeste Baine, the workshop leader, is the winner of the Norm Augustine Award for being one of those rare individuals that can show the wonder and excitement of engineering. She is one of the top speakers on engineering education and motivating students. Celeste will make this workshop an enormous success! She is a high-energy, high content, how-to speaker. You will leave the workshop armed with instructions and materials. And, you will be ready to give your own Mother Daughter TEA workshop in your community!

Through partnership with the Office of the Superintendent of Public Instruction (OSPI), teachers in Washington State that attended this event were able to earn professional development clock hours. Each state has different requirements so check with your state office to find out how you can meet their requirements.

The day includes:

    1. Six hours of hands-on instruction

    2. A take-home toolkit so you can give your own workshop

    3. Engineering T-shirt

    4. "TEA Certified Trainer" Certificate

Package Cost: Packages start at $799 - cost is based on kit options.

Upcoming Workshops and Locations:

  • TBD

 


Cancellation Policy

  • If you cannot attend the workshop, substitutions may be made up to the day of the workshop. Just let us know.
  • 10 days or more: Cancellations received at least ten (10) days prior to the start of the workshop will receive a full refund.
  • Less than 10 days: Cancellations received less than 10 days prior to the start of the workshop will receive credit towards a future workshop.


Apply to Host a Certified Mother/Daughter TEA Train-the-Trainer Workshop


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Questions? Email Celeste for more information.

Celeste's workshops are loaded with practical step-by-step directions, real-life advice, and plenty of humor. She is a dynamic, content rich, high energy speaker.

The presentation and workshop service is backed by a 100% satisfaction guarantee.


The Mother-Daughter Technology Engineering and Aptitude (TEA) event was developed and presented by the Centers of Excellence for Aerospace and Advanced Materials Manufacturing at Everett Community College and Marine Manufacturing & Technology at Skagit Valley College, Whidbey Island Campus along with workshop leader and biomedical engineer, Celeste Baine of the Engineering Education Service Center. The day provides the opportunity for the girls to learn about and experience first-hand what technical and engineering careers are by showcasing the creativity and teamwork associated with these careers. The TEA aligns perfectly with the Science Technology Engineering and Math (STEM) and Manufacturing career and educational clusters used by the state. Careers in advanced manufacturing offer exciting opportunities in the design and improvement of products, operating high-tech tools and machinery, analyzing problems and coming up with creative solutions. Students in STEM and Manufacturing pathway classes learn and practice skills that prepare them for the diverse post-high school education and training opportunities available in Washington State, from apprenticeships and two-year college programs to four-year college and graduate programs. Classes in these clusters introduce students to variety of interesting careers including: Chemist; mathematician; engineer: aerospace, industrial, biotechnology, chemical, marine, materials, civil, petroleum; architect; naval architect; architectural or civil drafter; materials lab and supply technician; and manufacturing technician.




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