An article, written by Richard M. Felder and Rebecca Brent, which addresses the questions "Can I use active learning exercises in my classes and still cover the syllabus?" and "Do active learning methods work in large...
For illustrative purposes it was desired to have a dynamic image showing how a tensile test specimen reacted when loaded in tension to failure. This paper describes the methodology used by the authors to create images...
A short article reviewing the different types of questions that can be effectively asked in class to promote active learning, with particular relevance for the engineering classroom. Target Audience: 2-4 Year College...
Materials engineering students are often ill prepared to enter the workforce upon graduation. While students master the content knowledge they often lack critical skills for success. Our industry feedback of internship...
A Case Study of the Evolution of the Engineering Design Graphics Program at East Tennessee State University: from Art to Part
This paper presents a model, case study, and prototypical example of how a major educational institution evolves from splintered, specialized, interdisciplinary fields of study, in which each major area develops...
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