June 15, 2014
June 15, 2014
June 18, 2014
24.600.1 - 24.600.10
Abstract for ASEE June 2014 October 15, 2013Abstract Title: Fast Formative Feedback using Muddiest Points and Concept Warehouse tools inEngineering Materials courses.Presenter/Author: Joe Stuart – Professor MMET – Oregon Institute of TechnologyThis presentation will discuss and provide examples of using Muddiest Points and Concept Warehouseand other tools in several engineering Materials courses while working on an NSF grant incorporating‘Just In Time Fast Formative Feedback’ methods in collaboration with several other colleges. TheMaterials courses are now being taught at the Oregon Institute of Technology at both the 100 and 300level and are proving to increase student engagement, retention and subject knowledge as they areincreasingly applied over several terms of teaching these courses. This application will also showparticipants that the techniques not only become easier but also more effective as they evolve witheach new term of applying them. The paper will also address the work involved in developing and usingthe tools and some methods of making this process user friendly to both the students and theinstructor.
Stuart, W. J., & Sheffield, N. R. (2014, June), Fast Formative Feedback using Muddiest Points and Just-in-Time Tools in Engineering Materials Courses Paper presented at 2014 ASEE Annual Conference & Exposition, Indianapolis, Indiana. 10.18260/1-2--20491
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