Employing Socratic Pedagogy to Improve Engineering Students Critical Reasoning Skills: Teaching by Asking Instead of by Tellling
Engineering faculty agree almost universally that the development of students higher order intellectual or cognitive abilities is one of the most important educational tasks of engineering programs. These abilities...
A Case Study: A New Course on Engineering Project and Management for First-Year Graduate Students in Electrical and Computer Engineering
The electrical and computer engineering (ECE) department at the University offers a graduate curriculum that is designed to help students develop skills for system integration and acquire effective business and...
Since the 1990s, nationwide enrollment in engineering technology programs has been declining. It has become increasing difficult to attract and retain students. A number of reasons have been attributed to this trend...
Writing is both the conveyance of information to others and, even more importantly, a process that clarifies thoughts and ideas. It is a means of communication between people, making it an integral part of the teamwork...
An article which originally appeared in the Journal of Engineering Education in which conversation analysis of work sessions of student groups is used to identify patterns of teaching-learning interactions and...
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