When teaching dynamics, one of our goals is to expose future engineers to a variety of real-world problems and modern engineering tools. Historically, we have done this via example problems worked in class and homework...
Development of Performance Criteria for Assessing Program Outcomes in Engineering, Engineering Technology and Computer Science Programs
This paper presents the development and the use of performance criteria that could be used for detailed assessment of specific students performance in the program outcomes listed for Engineering programs (EAC Criterion...
Direct measures provide for the direct examination or observation of student knowledge or skills against measurable learning outcomes. ABET has been putting increasing emphasis on direct measures for a program to...
Excel is an effective and inexpensive tool available on all computers equipped with Microsoft Office. This software has the necessary functions for solving a large class of engineering problems, including those related...
The conceptual change literature indicates the presence of robust, strongly-held misconceptions in thermal science (e.g., heat transfer, fluid mechanics, thermodynamics) even after many years of formal and informal...
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