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Vocational Education -- Instructional issues
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Learning Style-Based Innovations to Improve Retention of Female Engineering Students
This paper describes the use of multimedia course ware to help student learning and accommodate learning style differences. The course ware was originally aimed at improving the retention of underrepresented minority...
Creating a Successful Model for Minority Students' Success in Engineering: The PREF Summer Bridge Program
This paper describes the PREF Summer Bridge Program designed to increase retention and graduation rates for underrepresented minority students in engineering. The PREF program is a residential, six-week, rigorous...
Voices of Young Women in Engineering
This report discusses the experiences of five 17 year old female pre-engineering students at a specialized science high school. Observations and interviews revealed that "there are a number of cultural and...
Teaching Spatial Reasoning to Improve Retention of Women in Technology
This webinar presented by Sheryl A. Sorby, Ph.D., explains why it is important to teach female students spatial reasoning skills. The webinar is 42 minutes and includes a demonstration of Dr. Sorby's software...
TWiCE Undergraduate Experience in Research and Community Service
TWiCE, The Women in Computer Engineering, is a project that has proved effective in the retention of women in an undergraduate computer science engineering program. Members of TWiCE apply their developing knowledge to...
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