Masters Student in Mechanical Engineering
For the past 10 years, Bill Church has been working closely with CEEO
staff on many different projects ranging from SAM to STOMP to LabVIEW
development to InterLace and many other projects. A 15 year veteran
high school science teacher, Bill has extensive experience working with
students and teachers as they explore STEM topics through engineering
design challenges and highly interactive representations (real-world
animations, robotics, real-time video analysis, real-time data
collection, simulations, and ebook style student guides). Bill lives
with his wife and two amazing kids in the White Mountains of New
Bachelor of Science in Physics, Binghamton University, 1992
Bill is working on developing a system for computer based augmented student observations of physical systems with rich data from realtime video analysis and sensor measurements (CBASOPSRDRVASM). He's still working on the acronym!
Bill is working on developing K-12 and University STEM activities for the National Instruments myDAQ platform.
Church, W., Ford, T., Perova, N., and Rogers, C. (2010), Physics With Robotics: Using LEGO MINDSTORMS in High School Education. Paper presented at the American Association of Artificial Intelligence Spring Symposium, 22-24 May, Stanford University, California.
American Assoc. of Physics Teachers, A picture is worth a zillion photoelectric events, Ontario, CA, 2012
American Educational Research Association Conference, New York, New York, 2008
Tufts CEEO Data Logging Conference, Tufts University, Medford, MA, 2007
Cornell Dept. of Education Colloquium, Decade of Project Based Teaching, Ithaca, NY, 2006
UNH Leitzel Center Conference, Mentoring Models: STOMP presentation, Manchester, NH, 2005
National Science Teachers Convention, Littleton InvenTeam Project, Dallas, TX, 2005
Network of Educators in Science and Technology, Animation tools for Physics Classes, MIT, 2004
National Science Teachers Convention, Littleton InvenTeam Project, Atlanta, Georgia, 2004
Lemelson-MIT Grant Workshop, InvenTeam Workshop, MIT, Cambridge, MA, 2003