Presentation on theme: "IEEE Canada TISP Committee: Chair : A. Benyamin-Seeyar Secretary: P. Finnigan => R. Marinova & M. Sherman Newsletter Editors: D. Werle, D. Hepburn, B."— Presentation transcript:
IEEE Canada TISP Committee: Chair : A. Benyamin-Seeyar Secretary: P. Finnigan => R. Marinova & M. Sherman Newsletter Editors: D. Werle, D. Hepburn, B. Van-Lane & M. MacDonald School Curriculum change: P. Finnigan & D. Hepburn Treasurer: K. Moezzi & K. Husain Webmaster : Y. Fareh & IEEE R7 Teams across Canada: 20 Sections IEEE TISP Symposium May th, 2012 Tampa Florida – USA
IEEE Canada TISP Champions / Team members : SectionsSection Champion(s) Newfoundland : Brian Kidney Canadian Atlantic : Dirk Werle Montreal : Samir Kherraf, Hamadou Saliah-Hassane & Youness Farah Ottawa : Janet Davis, Sreeraman Rajan Toronto : Patrick Finnigan, Dennis Cecic Hamilton : Dave Hepburn Kitchener/Waterloo : Hamid, Amir Khatibzadeh London Ontario : Murray MacDonald, Maike Luiken Saskatchewan : Wahid Khan Calgary : Anis Haque Edmonton/Northern Canada : Rossitza Marinova / Mooney Sherman Vancouver : Zahra Ahmadian, Nina Salek, Mahshid Rahimi VictoriaAmirali Baniasadi / David Gregson
IEEE Canada TISP Champions / Team members… / : SectionsSection Champion(s) WinnipegWitold Kinsner, Shaahin Filizadeh PeterboroughSean Dunne WinnipegWitold Kinsner, Dario Schor, Shahin Filizadeh PeterboroughSean Dunne KingstonBasel Nabulsi, Umar Iqbal / Shahram Yousefi QuebecHoang Lehuy St. MauriceAdel-Omar Dahmane SherbrookeWitold Kinsner ? IEEE EAB PECCJennifer Ng – IEEE MGA pre-university coordinator
IEEE TISP Canada Outreach Strategy Engaging all Sections to participate at the TISP Workshops Build an effective communication link between all Champions Encourage team building in almost all sections Get full support from the IEEE R7 Board, officially & financially Motivate teams in most sections, to outreach their teachers associations and create solid link with teachers with interest Provide financial and resources for running TISP lesson plans Organize local and national level Workshops for continuous learning and sharing of experiences with different schools Build trust in ourselves and in each other by building confidence through gaining step by step successful activities Publicize the achievements of every section activities Newsletters, websites, e-notices and minutes of monthly telecon calls are a most.
IEEE Canada TISP Committee Work TISP Canada Committee was created and has sufficient budget for each year Almost all sections have actively participation at this committee We succeeded organizing two Successful TISP Workshops in Canada and planning for Vancouver Thanks to continuous support from IEEE TISP/ EAB management Monthly telecon calls between all participating sections in TISP Canada Committee Each section has created its own local website and can use thr IEEE Canada TISP website Most sections have proactive approach with presentations to their school teachers and school boards by using practical TryEngineering+ experimentations TISP Canada Committee members, specially those in Ontario, Winnipeg, Northern Canada, … are effectively involved with the annual events of Scientific Teachers Associations Most sections have organized many local workshops with involvements of School board members and Ministry of Educations We have generated high quality TISP Canada Newsletters, quarterly Last but not least, IEEE Canada Directors are our solid supporters !
Thank you all for your active Engagement with TISP mission Thank you Yvonne and Lynn for making this journey a reality !