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Learning by Doing
A short article on the philosophy and strategies of active learning with particular relevance for engineering courses.
2-4 Year College Faculty/Administrators
Citizen Engineers: Why and How We Engage City, State and Federal Governments On Behalf of Engineering and Research
In her keynote at ASEE last year, our president Dr. Sherra Kerns challenged us to imagine an age of the Citizen Engineer socially conscious engineers engaged in proactively tackling the enormous challenges that face the...
Cooperative Learning in a Sequence of Engineering Courses: A Success Story
As part of an ongoing longitudinal study of engineering education, I taught five chemical engineering courses in successive semesters to roughly the same body of students, beginning with the introductory course on...
More Than Science Fair Fun: Poster Session as an Experiential Learning Activity in the Classroom
Poster sessions are a common activity at technical conferences, offering authors an opportunity to present their work in this medium and easily establish a dialogue with their colleagues. Students entering college often...
5-Minute Demonstrations to Enhance the Conceptual Understanding of Engineering Lectures
Introductory engineering classes are often taught in large lecture halls, but due to a lack of laboratory apparatus, professors use chalk or erasers to demonstrate physical principles. "Imagine this chalk is a Gaussian...
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