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View Resource Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Lesson Plans

Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers has developed several lesson plans as part of the Teacher In-Service Program for use by engineers and teachers. Each lesson plan is tied to education standards and includes teacher summaries, student worksheets, and activities. Click on a topic below to review a summary of the activity and download the lesson as a PDF file.

View Resource Gender Differences in Confidence Levels, Group Interactions, and Feelings about Competition in an Introductory Robotics Course

Classroom environment influences each student's educational experience. The aim of this classroom evaluation was to gain a better understanding of how each gender functions in an introductory robotics class, where LEGOs and ROBOLAB were used as a tool to teach engineering principles and basic robotics concepts. A better understanding of how each gender performs in reaction to the classroom setup...

View Resource IEEE Xplore

IEEE Xplore is an online delivery system providing full text access to technical literature in electrical engineering, computer science, and electronics. IEEE Xplore contains full text documents from IEEE journals, transactions, magazines, letters, conference proceedings, standards, and IEE (Institution of Electrical Engineers) publications.

View Resource The Wave Concepts Inventory-an assessment tool for courses in electromagnetic engineering

This is a link to an abstract of the article. Users must login to view the entire article. The Foundation Coalition at Arizona State University offered for the first time a novel upper division integrated course in Electrical Engineering in the fall '97 semester. The courses involved were (1) an introduction to the properties of electronic materials and (2) the first course for EE majors in...

View Resource Playing an Action Video Game Reduces Gender Differences in Spatial Cognition

This paper from Jing Feng, Ian Spence and Jay Pratt discusses gender differences in spatial cognition. The team "found that playing an action video game can virtually eliminate this gender difference in spatial attention and simultaneously decrease the gender disparity in mental rotation ability, a higher-level process in spatial cognition." Two spatial reasoning experiments are described in the...

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