A conversation about classroom innovation in the College of Engineering
In the Fall semester of 2016 the College of Engineering will host a series of workshops, luncheons, and demonstrations that promote our motto of Engineering and Something More.
Engineering faculty members are invited to attend and may participate by suggesting topics for discussion, joining a workshop, or inviting colleagues to observe their classroom.
This project is designed for and about faculty in the College of Engineering and invited guests. This session will focus primarily on the development, initiation, and ongoing maintenance of flipped and active learning strategies.
If you would like to be a part of conversation or have suggestions, contact Keri Hornbuckle, Associate Dean for Academic Programs: (319) 335-5148; email@example.com; 3100 Seamans Center.
ELSM Advisory Board consists of Profs Udaykumar (Dept. Mechanical and Industrial Engineering); Erwei Bai (Dept. Electrical and Computer Engineering); Al Ratner (Dept. Mechanical and Industrial Engineering); and Sarah Vigmostad (Dept. Biomedical Engineering).
|Monday, August 29||Alec Scranton - ELSM kick off; Mark Andersland - Circuits transformation||3111 SC||
12:00pm to 1:00pm
|Wednesday, September 21||
Craig Just - Student Perceptions of Learning in Principles of Environmental Engineering
11:30am to 12:30pm
|Friday, October 21||
Stephen Baek - Creative Coding as a Tool for Education
1:00pm to 2:00pm
|Friday, November 4||James Ankrum and Sarah Vigmostad - Innovations in the Capstone Senior Design course for Biomedical Engineering||3111 SC||12:00pm to 1:00pm|
|Tuesday, November 15||
Keith Stroyan - Innovations in teaching and learning calculus for engineers
|3111 SC||12:00pm to 1:00pm|
|Friday, December 2||Engineering Honors Discussion||3111 SC||12:30pm to 1:30pm|