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The Empirical Curriculum: Changes in Postsecondary Course-Taking, 1972-2000
The Empirical Curriculum
is a descriptive account of the major features of change in student course-taking in postsecondary contexts between 1972 and 2000, with an emphasis on the period 1992-2000. To provide this...
About Computers in the Classroom: Changing Girls' Attitudes About Computers
Improving literacy through arts education and advocacy by providing collaborative and interdisciplinary resources for understanding the universal laws of perception, underlying the rhythms of both speech and music;...
ExCEEd Teaching Workshop: Tenth Year Anniversary
In response to the need for faculty training, the American Society of Civil Engineers developed and funded the ExCEEd (Excellence in Civil Engineering Education) Teaching Workshop that is today, the summer of 2008,...
Teaching Engineering Economy Online in Construction Program
The importance of Engineering Economy is very evident as more and more engineering and technology programs are offering it as a required course. The course is very important because most topics covered in it are used...
A Debate on Encouraging Women in Science & Engineering
Among students, teachers, and practitioners of science and engineering in Canada, women are often in the minority. Approximately 22% of undergraduate students and about 5% of faculty in Engineering are women. In...
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