This virtual session will be a Q&A session with the authors of two papers: Treadstone: A Process for Improving Modeling Prowess Using Validation Rules; and Modelling the Design Systems Thinking Paradigm.
In this session, the Technological and Engineering Literacy/Philosophy of Engineering (TELPhE) Division explores issues with developing technological and engineering literacy in students. Methods of developing such skills and student attitudes are explored.
For those interested in: Advocacy and Policy and Broadening Participation in Engineering and Engineering Technology
Papers related (but not limited) to collaborations between two or more institutions.
Come hear about a medley of projects around faculty development!
For those interested in: Broadening Participation in Engineering and Engineering Technology
Presentations from groups with current NSF funding related to faculty development
Nikitha Sambamurthy, Ph.D.
zyBooks Engineering Content Lead
The coronavirus pandemic has disrupted education around the world. As higher education institutions grapple with the uncertainty of students returning to campus, many instructors are preparing for courses that can seamlessly transition between in-person and online instruction. This talk presents an overview of zyBooks, which are interactive online engineering textbooks proven to increase student confidence in engineering courses. Throughout the talk, we explore methods to incentivize student reading, assign auto-graded homework and coding labs, and track student learning for engineering courses.
General teaching and learning will be the topics of this session. Papers selected fit into one or both of these categories.
For those interested in: Broadening Participation in Engineering and Engineering Technology, New Members, and Pre-College
Free ticketed event
This session will provide a best-practices overview of the development, assessment, and impact of engineering experiential education. This live (synchronous delivery) session will include a brief overview from each presenter, followed by an interactive question-and-answer session that allows for focused audience engagement. Before participating in this session, it is advised that the online technical session content (pre-recorded, asynchronous delivery) be reviewed.
For those interested in: Academia-Industry Connections, Broadening Participation in Engineering and Engineering Technology, and New Members
Presentations from groups with current NSF funding related to K-12 education and outreach, including teacher training.
For those interested in: Broadening Participation in Engineering and Engineering Technology and Pre-College
Siemens Digital Industries Software provides a robust selection of classroom-ready curricular materials, completely free. Our learning resources are developed cooperatively by professors at our partner universities and Siemens technical experts to help you prepare your students for Industry 4.0. These materials can be implemented as-is or integrated with your existing syllabus and are perfect for remote learning scenarios in the age of COVID-19. Siemens is committed to helping you empower the next generation of digital talent.
This session includes papers providing insights into the civil engineering capstone experience and introducing ways to go beyond the traditional project-based learning.
This session includes papers on a variety of topics pertaining to computing and information technology.