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A Hybrid ProblemBased and JustinTime Inductive Teaching Method for Failure Analysis Instruction Abstract The purpose of this paper is to present a hybrid problem‐based and just‐in‐time inductive teaching method for failure analysis instruction. The method was tested in a sophomore level lab class at the Missouri University of Science and Technology in the fall of 2010. The lab was designed to assist in teaching mechanics of materials, and was composed of approximately 600 students. Lab questions and a questionnaire were used to determine the student’s ability to assess and mitigate risk both with and without this teaching method. The results will be recorded October 8th and will appear in the full paper.
Grantham, K., & Arlitt, R. (2011, June), Evaluation of Risk in Early Design's Usability in Failure Analysis Instruction Paper presented at 2011 ASEE Annual Conference & Exposition, Vancouver, BC. 10.18260/1-2--17933
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