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2020 Annual Conference
The ASEE 2020 Annual Conference is now a Virtual Conference.
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Facilitator: Stephanie Leigh Cutler (firstname.lastname@example.org) and Sarah Zappe, The Leonhard Center for the Enhancement of Engineering Education, Penn State
As students begin their journey in higher education, they can face new challenges and opportunities that will impact their success. How students react to those challenges can be influenced by their mindset (fixed or growth) and grit. As defined by the psychology literature, mindset refers to an individual’s beliefs about the flexibility of human characteristics (Yeager & Dweck, 2012). For individuals with a growth mindset, they believe character ... (continued)
Facilitators: Hossein Ebrahiminejad (Purdue University)
The Multiple Institution Database for Investigating Engineering Longitudinal Development (MIDFIELD) is expanding from 14 to nearly 100 U.S. academic institutions. MIDFIELD includes registrars’ data including high school information, SAT, ACT, college coursework, terms attended, major, demographics, and graduation date for more than 200,000 engineering students since 1987. This session aims to familiarize participants to MIDFIELD as a resource to the academic community. This will include an introduction of the landscape for both current and ... (continued)
This workshop is an interactive session where participants learn how The Ohio State University has developed an Entrepreneurial Minded Learning (EML) curriculum framework and piloted the application of KEEN Skillsets in large sections of a first-year engineering design course and how they might apply this framework to their first-year engineering courses. The curriculum framework is shared with workshop attendees and has three overall program goals broken out into 32 lea ... (continued)
Keynote by Dr. Tonya Peeples, Associate Dean for Engineering Equity and Inclusion
Interactive session to discuss works in progress around a comment theme.
Three concurrent sessions about themes of Learning by Design, Learning in Teams and
Keynote by Dr. Walter Lee from Virginia Tech
Facilitator: Jerry Brusher, PhD – Mathworks, e-mail: email@example.com
MATLAB is rooted in education, historically enabling students to implement, evaluate, and explore their understanding of course concepts. To continue to meet the ever-increasing demand for graduates with strong technical and problem-solving skills, MathWorks has developed several cloud-based tools to afford instructors and students anytime, anywhere access to their course content. In this 90-minute, hands-on, self-paced workshop, you will learn how these tools fit together to support your course development and deliv ... (continued)
Students transfer into college requires being ready to apply disciplinary knowledge to real problems. How can we guarantee students are ready to engage in the math and science need to analyze problems from an engineers perspective? How can we help students also see the multiple perspectives within complex problems like design and problem finding?
GIFTS provide us with outstanding insights into innovative activities for learning, teaching, assessing and advising students. Come learn more more about the opportunities you colleagues have found useful in their practice.