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An article which discusses the advantages of active teaching and learning methods vs. chalk and talk traditional teaching with particular relevance for technical courses. Describes formats and strategies for small-group...
An article exploring the origins and patterns of student resistance to active and cooperative learning, and suggested ways to deal with the resistance. Target Audience: 2-4 Year College Faculty/Administrators
This paper describes a relatively simple method in which planar rigid body motion can be measured and analyzed in the context of an upper division mechanical engineering laboratory course. The overall intention of this...
Typical undergraduate mechanical engineering curricula in North America do not include a course in multi-body dynamics. A rigid body dynamics course covering single-body kinetics is usually completed in early semesters,...
In teaching the theory of solid mechanics of metallic materials there are basically two kinds of stresses that a component can be subjected to. The first are the applied stresses generated from a loading condition that...
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