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  • Teaching-Learning Networks: Piloting the Global Classroom Concept

    Teach Civil Infrastructure Systems and Sustainable Development (CISSD) courses using problem-based approaches and team-based learning with teams that cut across several geographical contexts

    Resource Added: October 2, 2013

    Teaching-Learning Networks: Piloting the Global Classroom Concept 103KB, PDF
  • The Problem Solving Studio

    Establish classroom structures that change the students' and teacher's perceived rights and obligations in the classroom

    Resource Added: October 2, 2013

    The Problem Solving Studio 199KB, PDF
  • A Four-Year Modular Design Spine Curriculum

    Move our curriculum into a modular design where: different skill sets can be taught, moved around, making our approach more flexible to change and adaptable.

    Resource Added: October 2, 2013

    A Four-Year Modular Design Spine Curriculum 994KB, PDF
  •  Linking Project-Based Learning and Socially Relevant Themes

    Empowers Students and Inspires Creative (and Practical) Designs

    Resource Added: October 2, 2013

     Linking Project-Based Learning and Socially Relevant Themes 1MB, PDF
  • Student Enterprise to Enhance Creatitity and Innovation

    The primary outcome of this project is to create a learning environment to enhance student creativity and innovation through the integration of artistic creativity, entrepreneurial innovation, and engineering education.

    Resource Added: October 2, 2013

    Student Enterprise to Enhance Creatitity and Innovation 203KB, PDF
  • Teach the Essentials

    Determine the smallest possible body of knowledge which, when mastered, give students the broadest possible understanding of the subject.

    Resource Added: October 2, 2013

    Teach the Essentials 665KB, PDF
  • Finding the Right Balance: Process Calculations in the Classroom and on the Web

    In Process Calculations, chemical engineering sophomores learn to write and solve material and energy balances for simple and complex processes - skills that form a critical foundation for all subsequent chemical engineering core classes.

    Resource Added: October 2, 2013

    Finding the Right Balance: Process Calculations in the Classroom and on the Web 163KB, PDF
  • Experiential Learning in Power System Education

    Creating effective multi-sensory, multi-modal learning experiences that motivate life-long learning while deepening student understanding of and appreciation for the complexities of the electric power grid and the challenges we face to make it intelligent, efficient and sustainable.

    Resource Added: October 2, 2013

    Experiential Learning in Power System Education 4MB, PDF
  • Flipped Classroom

    Flipping Heat Transfer to Increase Active Learning

    Resource Added: October 2, 2013

    Flipped Classroom 188KB, PDF
  • Before

    Allow non-engineers to develop proficiency in some of the critical and analytical aspects of engineering, science, and technology, not merely in content, but also to embody a way of thinking.

    Resource Added: October 2, 2013

    Before "How Things Work" 365KB, PDF
  • Visualizing Engineering Mathematics in Action!

    Make complex engineering math more approachable to students by teaching math in an application-oriented manner using relevant and timely examples with real-time, hands-on visualization and animation of solutions by students in a computer lab-based setting.

    Resource Added: October 2, 2013

    Visualizing Engineering Mathematics in Action! 343KB, PDF
  • Incorporating themes from Changing the Conversation in engineering first year seminars

    Objectives: To promote students to define engineering in terms of health, happiness and safety and to enhance students’ understanding of possible careers in chemical engineering

    Resource Added: October 2, 2013

    Incorporating themes from Changing the Conversation in engineering first year seminars 2MB, PDF
  • Programming Printers Printed by 3D Printers

    No longer do we always have to devise brilliant kinematic linkage mechanisms to translate continuous rotation motions (from say a water wheel or induction motor) into precisely controlled intermittent motions. Instead, we simply have to program a computer to tell a smart motor when to move, in which direction to move, and exactly how far to move.

    Resource Added: October 2, 2013

    Programming Printers Printed by 3D Printers 290KB, PDF
  • Crowd-sourced in silico design of protein-based biosensogrs

    Fill an "application gap" in protein engineering courses while providing students with hands-on design experience in molecular/protein engineering.

    Resource Added: October 2, 2013

    Crowd-sourced in silico design of protein-based biosensogrs 4MB, PDF
  • An Integrative Model to Increase Research and Education in Renewable Energy Systems

    In the proposed class there is a strong emphasis in creating multidisciplinary teams of students, they work in a final project prototype in which they must address a real world problem, funding for developing the prototype is provided to the students although a strong emphasis is placed in using recycled materials in their designs.

    Resource Added: October 2, 2013

    An Integrative Model to Increase Research and Education in Renewable Energy Systems 1MB, PDF
  • Experiencing

    Learning Concepts by Teaching to High School Students

    Resource Added: October 2, 2013

    Experiencing "True Engineering" Earlier 4MB, PDF
  • Higher-Order Learning in Engineering Education Using Active Teaching Pedagogies

    Develop the dynamic, inquisitive, creative, and ethical engineer of the future called for by the National Academy of Engineering

    Resource Added: October 2, 2013

    Higher-Order Learning in Engineering Education Using Active Teaching Pedagogies 392KB, PDF
  • Green Projects, Pavements, and Beyond

    Taking a Project-Based Learning Approach that Introduces Sustainability to the Next Level

    Resource Added: October 2, 2013

    Green Projects, Pavements, and Beyond 2MB, PDF
  • Engaging Students through On-Site Design Activities

    Improve Communication Skills, Improve Design Skills, Integrate Computer Applications, Relate Courses to Real World Problems, Develop and Integrate Construction Topics

    Resource Added: October 2, 2013

    Engaging Students through On-Site Design Activities 2MB, PDF
  • Bridging Engineering and the Social Sciences

    Curriculum development - undergraduate research experience - interdisciplinary meetings

    Resource Added: October 2, 2013

    Bridging Engineering and the Social Sciences 3MB, PDF
  • Engaging the SAMARITAN instinct in Teaching Computer Software Concepts

    Developed teaching material that uses Federal Disaster Management issues to motivate thinking about distribution of resources, and verification of volunteer personnel efforts.

    Resource Added: October 2, 2013

    Engaging the SAMARITAN instinct in Teaching Computer Software Concepts 592KB, PDF
  • Weekly Innovation Challenge

    Just as people are encouraged to exercise every day to keep the body fit, the Weekly Innovation Challenge is designed to keep the mind fit. It is a creative workout for the brain.

    Resource Added: October 2, 2013

    Weekly Innovation Challenge 9MB, PDF
  • Improving Mathematical Modeling in Capstone Design through Instruction

    Our goal is to use instructional tools to improve students’ abilities to: translate real-world phenomena to mathematical representation, manipulate mathematical models, and understand model output.

    Resource Added: October 1, 2013

    Improving Mathematical Modeling in Capstone Design through Instruction 4MB, PDF
  • Research Experience for Undergraduate Students

    Fundamental Missions: Impart a solid understanding of fundamental knowledge; Nurture student so that they can articulate scientific facts and apply them in a more creative framework; Inspire and motivate students to engage in the quest for further knowledge. A possible route to accomplish these missions is laboratory research for undergraduate students.

    Resource Added: October 1, 2013

    Research Experience for Undergraduate Students 64KB, PDF
  • The Snowball Effect

    The constraints of academia are such that professors have limited time to plan courses and reflect on curriculum. Faculty members must strive to maximize the pedagogical benefits of preparation time.

    Resource Added: October 1, 2013

    The Snowball Effect 163KB, PDF
  • Vertically Integrating Experiential Learning to Senior Design

    The goal is to establish a multi-disciplinary capstone design program that leverages many of the common engineering core courses allowing some senior design projects to encompass students from multiple disciplines.

    Resource Added: October 1, 2013

    Vertically Integrating Experiential Learning to Senior Design 326KB, PDF
  • Mechanism Design Experience through Early Intervention & Mechanical Engineering Project

    Develop a context for learning in a junior-level mechanism design course - in which students act as design engineers creating specialized assistive devices for children with special needs

    Resource Added: October 1, 2013

    Mechanism Design Experience through Early Intervention & Mechanical Engineering Project 1MB, PDF
  • Project Rhea: student-driven learning

    Rhea embodies a new teaching paradigm in which students take on a leading role. Inventing and developing the technology that enables students to step into this new role is actually part of the paradigm!

    Resource Added: October 1, 2013

    Project Rhea: student-driven learning 153KB, PDF
  • Open, Blended, Flipped, Social courses in Mechanical Engineering

    The educational outcomes of this innovation are (i) more in-class engagement leading to retention and increased conceptual understanding, and (ii) out-of-class engagement via social learning and open content contributing to student motivation and broader impacts.

    Resource Added: October 1, 2013

    Open, Blended, Flipped, Social courses in Mechanical Engineering 3MB, PDF
  • Diabetes as a Platform to Increase Participation in STEM Education

    To use Diabetes disease model as a platform to disseminate STEM concepts. Diabetes, being a highly prevalent and familiar disease model, will be readily identified by a broad range of student community.

    Resource Added: October 1, 2013

    Diabetes as a Platform to Increase Participation in STEM Education 456KB, PDF
  • FBEI: Functionalized Bricks and Embedded Intelligence

    The FBEI modules cover the areas of energy, materials, math, computer switches, sensors, nano concepts, micro and nano fabrication, system integration, mindcontrolled games and systems, cognitive training, bullying, dancing, etc.

    Resource Added: October 1, 2013

    FBEI: Functionalized Bricks and Embedded Intelligence 289KB, PDF
  • Data Driven Decision Making

    An online course that engineers choose to take for building confidence in real world decision making.

    Resource Added: October 1, 2013

    Data Driven Decision Making 229KB, PDF
  • The challenge of teaching 10N passionate students (N=0,1,2,3,4...)

    The psychology, art, and science of seriously playful computer science education

    Resource Added: October 1, 2013

    The challenge of teaching 10N passionate students (N=0,1,2,3,4...) 894KB, PDF
  • FREEDM, Circuits and Electonics Practice Problems in Electrical Engineering

    The FREEDM Systems Center College Education Program was designed to educate a new generation of engineers and scientists to renewable energy based electric power systems. Creating a pipeline of future leaders and innovators through the development of new academic courses and degree programs at both undergraduate and graduate levels remains a key FREEDM Systems Center goal.

    Resource Added: October 1, 2013

    FREEDM, Circuits and Electonics Practice Problems in Electrical Engineering 199KB, PDF
  • Innovative Hands-on Education Tools for Enhancing Engineering Education

    The HBV-Ensemble can be used for in-class lab practices and homework assignments, and assessment of students' understanding of hydrological processes. Using this modeling toolbox, students can gain more insights into how hydrological processes (e.g., precipitation, snowmelt and snow accumulation, soil moisture, evapotranspiration and runoff generation) are interconnected.

    Resource Added: October 1, 2013

    Innovative Hands-on Education Tools for Enhancing Engineering Education 3MB, PDF
  • Interactive Web-based Education on Biomedical Microdevices

    Nano-Micro-Bio: Interfacing Engineering, Biology and Medicine Education Online

    Resource Added: October 1, 2013

    Interactive Web-based Education on Biomedical Microdevices 167KB, PDF
  • Ethical Product Design Through Unethical Product Creation

    Teaching ethics approaches are often didactic or role playing as it is difficult to put students in truly unethical situations. True first hand experiential learning is possible with unethical products however.

    Resource Added: October 1, 2013

    Ethical Product Design Through Unethical Product Creation 256KB, PDF
  • ES227 Medical Device Design

    An advanced engineering design course that pairs Harvard students with physicians from local hospitals to develop innovative medical devices

    Resource Added: October 1, 2013

    ES227 Medical Device Design 2MB, PDF
  • A Do-it-Yourself PCR Thermocycler Lab

    There is a need for innovative educational experiences that unify and reinforce fundamental principles at the interface between the physical, chemical, and life sciences.

    Resource Added: October 1, 2013

    A Do-it-Yourself PCR Thermocycler Lab 1MB, PDF
  • Spine Curriculum to Meet National & Global Needs

    Shaping the Mechanical Engineer of Tomorrow Through a Hands-on Design

    Resource Added: October 1, 2013

    Spine Curriculum to Meet National & Global Needs 2MB, PDF
  • De-Compartmentalization of Solid Mechanics Courses through Experiential Learning

    The innovation described here can best be categorized as an innovation in context. The overall goal is toward de-compartmentalization of some of the solid mechanics courses in the Aerospace Engineering (ASE) curriculum by integrating mechanics concepts and topics through integration of research and experiential training. Initial efforts to integrate research with active and project-based learning in the undergraduate aerospace structural analysis and engineering mechanics (EM) courses is presented.

    Resource Added: October 1, 2013

    De-Compartmentalization of Solid Mechanics Courses through Experiential Learning 4MB, PDF
  • Integrating Engineering Design throughout the BME Curriculum

    The goals for this learning innovation are to develop a roadmap for changing how we teach engineering design in the Biomedical Engineering Department at the University of Texas. It must be appreciated that major curriculum reform does not necessarily occur en bloc, but frequently must occur through a number of staged transitions.

    Resource Added: October 1, 2013

    Integrating Engineering Design throughout the BME Curriculum 802KB, PDF
  • Interaction Effects of a PBL Pedagogy, a Flipped Classroom, and an Advanced Physical Space for Collaborative Learning

    By triangulation of the results from the three types of study data, we will gain insight into the ways the three specific factors (flipped classroom/PBL/ SCALE UP inspired room) interact

    Resource Added: October 1, 2013

    Interaction Effects of a PBL Pedagogy, a Flipped Classroom, and an Advanced Physical Space for Collaborative Learning 156KB, PDF
  • Maximizing Learning Experience in a Multidisciplinary Team-Taught Course

    With ongoing smart grid activities, there is a strong need for a workforce with interdisciplinary expertise to have sustained development and progress, specifically cyberphysical security.

    Resource Added: October 1, 2013

    Maximizing Learning Experience in a Multidisciplinary Team-Taught Course 521KB, PDF
  • Teaching Parallelism to CS Undergraduates

    Projection: There will be a huge demand for parallel programmers in the coming decade!

    Resource Added: October 1, 2013

    Teaching Parallelism to CS Undergraduates 904KB, PDF
  • Innovation with Virtual Instruments and Software in Computer Engineering Education

    Teamwork and innovation abilities are critical in the profile of a new engineer. I am conducting an exploratory innovation initiative at the University of Wisconsin-Stout to develop these abilities through project-based courses.

    Resource Added: October 1, 2013

    Innovation with Virtual Instruments and Software in Computer Engineering Education 733KB, PDF
  • An Experiential Pedagogy for Sustainability Ethics

    This project is developing and testing a new approach to teaching engineering and science students that leverages their interest in experiment experience.

    Resource Added: October 1, 2013

    An Experiential Pedagogy for Sustainability Ethics 255KB, PDF
  • Development of a New Power Electronics Curriculum Relevant to Tomorrow's Power Engineering Challanges

    Objective is to develop a new power electronics curriculum that enhances the relevance of this subject to the undergraduate population by (i) transforming current course syllabi to reflect the role of power electronics as a core enabling technology for renewable energy conversion and electrified transportation, and (ii) creating innovative laboratory facilities for demonstrating the use of power electronics in renewable energy applications.

    Resource Added: October 1, 2013

    Development of a New Power Electronics Curriculum Relevant to Tomorrow's Power Engineering Challanges 2MB, PDF
  • Interdisciplinary Teams through Two Companion Courses on Infrastructure

    This course is a general engineering course and will help students understand how infrastructure works, but more importantly, how the infrastructure affects many aspects of society. Students will synthesize concepts from many areas of social science using infrastructure as a focal point.

    Resource Added: October 1, 2013

    Interdisciplinary Teams through Two Companion Courses on Infrastructure 3MB, PDF
  • Future for Team-Based Design in BME

    This innovation seeks to achieve the purpose of the National Institutes of Health's Team-Based Design in Biomedical Engineering Education Program. The educational objectives are: Address a critical barrier to progress in the biomedical engineering field, Shift current undergraduate biomedical engineering education paradigms, Teach the process of solving clinically-based problems using engineering designs

    Resource Added: October 1, 2013

    Future for Team-Based Design in BME 170KB, PDF
  • Toward a New Paradigm: A Bachelor of Science Degree with a Major in Engineering Education

    K-12 teachers who have a fundamental understanding of engineering will provide the most effective, sustainable solution for the incorporation of engineering into the K-12 curriculum.

    Resource Added: October 1, 2013

    Toward a New Paradigm: A Bachelor of Science Degree with a Major in Engineering Education 1MB, PDF
  • A Reinvisioning of the Engineering Textbook and Course Delivery

    The proposed digital textbook is built upon You Can Learn's patent pending Building Block™ technology, which delivers personalized content via mobile applications that adjust the content delivery to a student's preferred learning style. Moreover, lessons are delivered via adaptive assessment with each topic adjusted based upon whether the student requires brief, standard, or detailed versions of the subject presented.

    Resource Added: October 1, 2013

    A Reinvisioning of the Engineering Textbook and Course Delivery 1MB, PDF
  • Research and Instructional Strategies for Engineering Retention - RISER

    Overall program goal is to increase retention of CoE undergraduates from the two at-risk groups

    Resource Added: October 1, 2013

    Research and Instructional Strategies for Engineering Retention - RISER 13MB, PDF
  • Innovation in Delivery: Enhancing Learning through Student Empowerment

    Students should not see learning engineering as a chore that needs doing; rather, they should see it as an activity that they genuinely enjoy. The second objective is to enhance peer-to-peer learning.

    Resource Added: October 1, 2013

    Innovation in Delivery: Enhancing Learning through Student Empowerment 26KB, PDF
  • Participatory Technical Short-Courses For Industry

    Short courses for industry in a hands-on format utilizing the state-of-the-art lab facilities in Mechanical Engineering

    Resource Added: October 1, 2013

    Participatory Technical Short-Courses For Industry 156KB, PDF
  • Holistic Introduction to Electrical Engineering Based on the Inverted Classroom Model

    Pioneer a new introductory course series to incoming students to Electrical Engineering based on a holistic rather than on a traditional circuits-only approach. Accomplish this by launching an active learning model for this new course series based on an inverted classroom paradigm. Create an engaging, demanding, and inclusive learning space

    Resource Added: September 30, 2013

    Holistic Introduction to Electrical Engineering Based on the Inverted Classroom Model 2MB, PDF
  • Expanding and Improving Interdisciplinary Capstone Engineering Design

    Improve, expand and evaluate an existing effort in teaching interdisciplinary capstone engineering.

    Resource Added: September 30, 2013

    Expanding and Improving Interdisciplinary Capstone Engineering Design 357KB, PDF
  • The Relationship between Personal Responsibility and Collective Action

    If students who engage well with affective domain issues will assume leadership roles and practice engineering in an ethical manner, it would be beneficial to identify students with less developed concepts about personal responsibility. This information will be useful for team formation in the classroom and for designing learning activities with which we might be able to foster advancement in developing leadership characteristics and ethical behavior in professional practice.

    Resource Added: September 30, 2013

    The Relationship between Personal Responsibility and Collective Action 110KB, PDF
  • Sustained Instructional Innovation through Collaborative Faculty Development

    Our objective is to implement and assess a sustainable model for faculty development based on small groups of faculty that meet regularly to share experiences and document best practices. We aim to build a network of long-term faculty development groups that are focused on sustained implementation of innovative classroom practices.

    Resource Added: September 30, 2013

    Sustained Instructional Innovation through Collaborative Faculty Development 2MB, PDF
  • Media Computation: Using Art and Graphics to Teach Computation

    Media Computation is a new course cross-listed between the Department of Computer Science and the Program for Cinema and Technocultural Studies. It introduces programming, discretization and digital media to (mostly) non- computer science students.

    Resource Added: September 30, 2013

    Media Computation: Using Art and Graphics to Teach Computation 678KB, PDF
  • Values as Related to Project Teams in a Sophomore Engineering Design Course Sequence

    The sophomore course sequence is meant to teach students the engineering design process and prepare the students for the program's four-course, two-year capstone experience - a largely non-directed, group-based design experience marrying the students' design education and engineering science education. In Engineering Design I and II, students design and construct prototypes of human-powered vehicles for a client with cerebral palsy from the local community.

    Resource Added: September 30, 2013

    Values as Related to Project Teams in a Sophomore Engineering Design Course Sequence 1MB, PDF
  • Course Outcome-based Curriculum Assessment

    Instructors develop course outcomes, assess the achievement of those outcomes by determining results that compare student performance on an assessment instrument to a performance criterion, write action plans to address deficiencies, use these plans to improve their teaching, and use follow-up to document these improvements.

    Resource Added: September 30, 2013

    Course Outcome-based Curriculum Assessment 91KB, PDF
  • LabVIEW and Data Acquisition as a Problem Solving Tool in Chemical Engineering

    LabVIEW software and NI-ELVIS II data acquisition platform (National Instruments) as a user-friendly tool to enable our students to get hands-on practice in coupling basic data acquisition hardware with a feedback controller.

    Resource Added: September 30, 2013

    LabVIEW and Data Acquisition as a Problem Solving Tool in Chemical Engineering 2MB, PDF
  • Development and Quantitative Assessment of Peer Instruction Techniques in Materials Science and Engineering

    We are developing instructional techniques and materials for peer instruction in core materials science and engineering courses. A central part of this effort is to gather quantitative data comparing student learning gains using peer instruction with gains under a more traditional lecture-based format.

    Resource Added: September 30, 2013

    Development and Quantitative Assessment of Peer Instruction Techniques in Materials Science and Engineering 21MB, PDF
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