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M733D·K-12 & Pre-College Engineering Division: Student Reflection, Self-Perception, Misconceptions, and Uncertainty
Technical · Pre-College Engineering Education Division
Mon. June 27, 2016 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM
Room 341, New Orleans Convention Center
Session Description

This session looks at responsive teaching, as well as studies that look at student self-perception, misconceptions, uncertainty, and reflections through the lens of engineering education.

For those interested in: Broadening Participation in Engineering and Engineering Technology, K-12, and New Members
  1. Moderated by Prof. Adam T Melvin
Papers Presented
  1. Dimensions of Experienced Responsive Teaching in Engineering [view paper] Dr. Aaron W. Johnson (Tufts University), Kristen B. Wendell (Tufts University), and Jessica Watkins (Tufts University)
  2. Engineering Uncertainty: A qualitative study on the way middle school teachers incorporate, manage and leverage the uncertainty of engineering design task [view paper] Mr. Beau Vezino (University of Arizona)
  3. Identification of Misconceptions Related to Size and Scale through a Nanotechnology-Based K-12 Activity [view paper] Ms. Joyce Seifried (The College of New Jersey ) and Dr. Manuel Alejandro Figueroa (The College of New Jersey)
  4. Impromptu Reflection as a Means for Self-Assessment of Design Thinking Skills [view paper] Miss Avneet Hira (Purdue University, West Lafayette) and Dr. Morgan M. Hynes (Purdue University, West Lafayette)
  5. Student Self-Perceptions of Design and Creative Thinking (Fundamental) [view paper] Mr. Andrew Jackson (Purdue University, West Lafayette), Prof. Nathan Mentzer (Purdue University, West Lafayette (College of Engineering)), Dr. Dawn Laux (Purdue Polytechnic Institute), Dr. David Sears (Affiliation unknown), and Dr. Paul Asunda (Purdue University)
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