For several years, the Engineering Technology Department (ETD) at Middle Tennessee State University (MTSU) has sponsored a variety of student led competition vehicle programs. These programs have enjoyed considerable...
See You in the Funny Pages: Attempting to Rectify Students' Long-Standing False Intuitions of Engineering Science
Present and future engineering technology students have been in a long standing, subliminal educational environment that is affecting their intuition as regards the physical laws of science and engineering. That...
Enhancing the Laboratory Experience Using Peer Evaluation of Group Laboratory Reports in a Fluid Mechanics Course
Peer evaluation of laboratory reports has been found to be a valuable tool in a junior level fluid mechanics laboratory. Readily available equipment makes it possible to have separate experiments investigating...
Promoting Professional Development in Undergraduate Engineering Using Laboratory Team Projects: A Case Study
Good professional communication skills and the ability to work in teams are critical skills demanded by engineering companies. Further, in order to maintain competitiveness and to work in the global marketplace,...
This is an investigation of the perceptions of teachers and students involved in problem-based activities to introduce simulation as a design tool. The presentation demonstrates a clear and concise interpretation of...
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