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View Resource Stem Transitions

This one-year project is being led by the Center for Occupational Research and Development (CORD). Funded by the U.S. Department of Education Office of Vocational and Adult Education under cooperative agreement with the League for Innovation in the Community College, the project is building on the work of the College and Career Transitions Initiative begun by the League in 2003. At the heart of...

View Resource IDEAMAPS - IENG302 Manfacturing Processes Industrial and Management Systems Engineering

This software and instruction set is based on an ASEE paper presented at the 2008 ASEE conference in Pittsburgh. Multi-disciplinary team projects are an important element in the ABET accreditation of engineering programs. The basic manufacturing processes course in the Industrial Engineering(IE) Program at West Virginia University is one of only two IE courses which are required by other...

View Resource Technical Communications: Instructor Guide

Technical Communications requires students to be proactive in their learning. Instructor should aid this process by acting as facilitators/advisors. This Instructor Guide corresponds to the Student Guide and its Learning Activities. The Instructor Guide includes an answer key and additional guidance for instructors. Instructors may provide students with additional information, materials, and...

View Resource Mecomtronics Module D: Electrical and Mechanical Principles

Initially developed by NJCATE and a team of math, science, communications and technology faculty, this learning module employs the NJCATE Integrated Curriculum Model to integrate core and technical material. Accessing just-in-time learning concepts in which instructors function as coach/facilitators, the module guides students through core and technical activities built around a main project....

View Resource Blueprint for Change: Mechanisms and Strategies for Implementing Change in Advanced Technological Education

Blueprint for Change, a National Science Foundation ATE program funded project, is a comprehensive plan for identifying the mechanisms and strategies that provide a "Blueprint for Change" for the process of institutional transformation through innovation, and also encourage and support the wider adoption or adaptation of educational innovations that exemplify ATE program purposes. These...

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