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View Resource FAQs-6: Evaluating Teaching and Converting the Masses

A short article that responds to two frequently asked questions: "Is there a meaningful way to evaluate teaching?". And "How can staunchly traditional professors be persuaded to use proven but non-traditional teaching methods?" Target Audience: 2-4 year College Faculty/Administrators

View Resource A Model for Engineering Faculty Development

An article which originally appeared in the International Journal of Engineering Education describing the NSF-sponsored Southeastern University and College Coalition for Engineering Education (SUCCEED) faculty development program and briefly reviews the events in engineering education that led to the formation of SUCCEED, outlines the coalitions faculty development program structure, summarizes...

View Resource Engineering Faculty Development: Getting the Sermon Beyond the Choir

This article, originally published in the Journal of Faculty Development, outlines techniques for involving engineering professors in faculty development programs and for making the programs effective. The article describes a faculty development program designed specifically for engineering faculty and implemented on an eight-campus coalition of engineering schools. In the five years of the...

View Resource Cooperative Learning in Technical Courses: Procedures, Pitfalls, and Payoffs

An introduction to the cooperative learning model of Johnson, Johnson, and Smith (references cited in the monograph), cooperative learning activities in science and engineering courses, and ways to overcome problems that may arise when this instructional approach is used. Target Audience: 2-4 Year College Faculty/Administrators

View Resource Objectively Speaking

This resources is a column on how to write learning objectives for a course and why they make everything you do thereafter (e.g. planning syllabi and class sessions, making up assignments and exams, and reviewing departmental curricula) easier and more effective. Target Audience: 2-4 Year College Faculty/Administrators

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