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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...
Accounting for Individual Effort in Cooperative Learning Teams
An article which originally appeared in the
Journal of Engineering Education
reporting on an experimental study of the use of a peer rating system in an introductory engineering course. The study examines the incidence...
Animating Mechanical Testing
For illustrative purposes it was desired to have a dynamic image showing how a tensile test specimen reacted when loaded in tension to failure. This paper describes the methodology used by the authors to create images...
FAQs. II.(a) Active Learning vs. Covering The Syllabus; (b) Dealing with Large Classes
An article, written by Richard M. Felder and Rebecca Brent, which addresses the questions "Can I use active learning exercises in my classes and still cover the syllabus?" and "Do active learning methods work in large...
It Goes Without Saying
Authored by Richard M. Felder of North Carolina State University, this is an illustrative engineering lesson utilizing active learning.
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