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Heidegger in the Hands-on Science and Technology Center: Philosophical Reflections on Learning in Informal Settings
Unusual for the philosophy of education, this paper takes Martin Heidegger's essay of 1954
The Question Concerning Technology
as its starting point and applies it to a practical problem which is: Can interactive science...
Learning Analog Electronics Through Project-based Investigation of FM Communication Circuits
Since historically much of the early development of analog electronics took place in the communication field present, day students understanding of electronics can be enhanced by working with FM communication circuits....
Using Guild-Based Group Learning in Technical Courses
Employers and accreditation boards have increasingly stressed the need for graduates who can work well in teams. However, in the traditional computer science and engineering curricula, specific group skills are not...
Unifying Laboratory Content of a Digital Systems and Computer Architecture Curriculum through Horizon and Vertical Integration
This paper describes the application of horizontal and vertical integration to unify the digital systems and computer architecture curriculum for the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Purdue...
Slime: Classroom Demonstration
The Materials Education Resource Center has provided this hands on lab activity created by Andrew Nydam and Debbie Goodwin. The activity demonstrates property change due to crosslinking in slime formed from mixing PVA...
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