A short article on the philosophy and strategies of active learning with particular relevance for engineering courses. Target Audience: 2-4 Year College Faculty/Administrators
Today, universities must compete for students while searching for ways to be more cost effective. Many Universities that have long used the in-residence model for course delivery are now turning to the virtual...
A Longitudinal Study of Engineering Student Performance and Retention v. Comparisons with Traditionally-Taught Student
In a longitudinal study at North Carolina State University, a cohort of students took five chemical engineering courses taught by the same instructor in five consecutive semesters. The course instruction made extensive...
This resources is a column on how to write learning objectives for a course and why they make everything you do thereafter (e.g. planning syllabi and class sessions, making up assignments and exams, and reviewing...
Strategies for Embedding Scholarship in the Educational Experiences of Engineering Technology Undergraduate Students
The hallmark of Engineering Technology (ET) programs is its student-centered curriculum and hands-on approach to teaching. Many institutions with ET programs now require scholarship of their ET faculty in addition to...
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