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Adding Biomedical Context to a Traditional Engineering Course in a Biomedical Engineering Curriculum
The interdisciplinary nature of Biomedical Engineering programs requires that biomedical engineering students learn many traditional engineering subjects. The inclusion of biomedical context is then necessary for a...
Longitudinal Study Of Engineering Student Performance And Retention IV: Instructional Methods And Student Responses To Them
As part of an ongoing longitudinal study, the author taught five chemical engineering courses in consecutive semesters to a cohort of students, using cooperative learning and other instructional methods designed to...
FAQs-6: Evaluating Teaching and Converting the Masses
A short article that responds to two frequently asked questions: "Is there a meaningful way to evaluate teaching?". And "How can staunchly traditional professors be persuaded to use proven but non-traditional teaching...
Teaching Engineering at a Research University: Problems and Possibilities
An article which discusses proven strategies for effective teaching, why most faculty members don't know about them, and ways to change the system to make their use more widespread.
2-4 Year College...
A Model for Engineering Faculty Development
An article which originally appeared in the International Journal of Engineering Education describing the NSF-sponsored Southeastern University and College Coalition for Engineering Education (SUCCEED) faculty...
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