Sun. July 28, 2019 4:15 PM to 5:45 PM
Facilitators: Drs. Peter Rogers (firstname.lastname@example.org) and Krista Kecskemety; (email@example.com) - Ohio State University
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 learning objectives. Each objective includes three defined proficiency levels (beginner, intermediate, and advanced). This level of detail provides flexibility in designing courses to meet various objectives and proficiency levels. The proposed concept is to begin freshmen with beginner or intermediate levels of skills proficiency appropriate to first-year courses and provide a framework to map upper-level courses against using an increasing level of proficiency culminating with capstone design. Participants will have the opportunity to work with sample assignments to see how the curriculum framework can be applied and used to analyze current courses or develop materials for future courses.