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T122B·Persistence and Retention II: Curricular IssuesTechnical Educational Research and Methods Division
Tue. June 28, 2011 7:00 AM to 8:30 AM
Room 121, Vancouver International Conference Centre
Research on curricular issues related to student persistence and success in earning engineering degrees.
- Dr. Matthew W. Ohland and Dr. Brian M Frank P.Eng.
Retention: Quantifying the Apples and Oranges
Thomas F. Wolff (Michigan State University), Steven M. Cramer (University of Wisconsin, Madison), and Barbara A. Masi (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
Time to Completion of an Engineering Baccalaureate at Texas A&M University
Margaret Hobson (Texas A&M University) and Jorja Kimball (Texas A&M University)
Itasca CC Engineering Block Scheduling Model
Bart M. Johnson (Itasca Community College), Ronald R. Ulseth (Itasca Community College), Glen D. Hodgson (Itasca Community College), Ed Damiani (Itasca Community College), and Glen Duane Hodgson (Itasca Community College)
Exploring Curriculum Flexibility and Compliance through the Use of a Metric for Curricular Progression
George D. Ricco (Purdue University, West Lafayette) and Matthew W. Ohland (Purdue University, West Lafayette)
Learning in Context: Recognizing Challenges and Rewards of Engineering Curriculum Reform
Alison A. Dingwall (Howard University), Lorraine N. Fleming (Howard University), Robin Adams (Purdue University, West Lafayette), and Junaid A. Siddiqui (Purdue University, West Lafayette)
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