M442·Tips of the Trade: Best Practices, Expanded Advice, and Strategies for Implementable Course Improvement
New Engineering Educators Division
Mon. June 27, 2016 1:15 PM to 2:45 PM
Room 338, New Orleans Convention Center
Are you looking for ways to make your courses effective and efficient? Come hear from educators who have implemented and assessed some best practices, from exam writing to grading, reflection, and more.
For those interested in:
Dr. Sara A. Atwood and Dr. William J. Schell IV P.E.
Tips & Tricks for Successful Implementation of Reflection Activities in Engineering Education
Dr. Lauren D Thomas (University of Washington), Mania Orand (Human Centered Design and Engineering ), Kathryn Elizabeth Shroyer (University of Washington), Dr. Jennifer A Turns (University of Washington), and Dr. Cynthia J. Atman (University of Washington)
Best Practices for Using Algorithmic Calculated Questions via a Course Learning Management System
Dr. Gillian M. Nicholls (Southeast Missouri State University), Dr. William J. Schell IV P.E. (Montana State University), and Dr. Neal Lewis (University of Bridgeport)
Best Practices for Using Standards-based Grading in Engineering Courses
Dr. Adam R Carberry (Arizona State University), Dr. Matthew Siniawski (Loyola Marymount University), Dr. Sara A. Atwood (Elizabethtown College), and Prof. Heidi A. Diefes-Dux (University of Nebraska, Lincoln)
A Standards-based Assessment Strategy for Written Exams
Dr. J. Blake Hylton (Ohio Northern University) and Prof. Heidi A. Diefes-Dux (University of Nebraska, Lincoln)