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Implementing Active Learning Principles in an Engineering Technology Fluid Mechanics CourseThis paper describes the implementation and outcomes of applying an active learningmethodology to a senior level engineering technology fluid mechanics course. This applicationis an element of a larger effort at xxxxxxxx to implement active learning through an NSF –TUES project. In this project a dedicated, student centered, high technology, active learningclassroom was developed and used to teach various classes in the STEM disciplines, includingthe fluid mechanics class. Various approaches to implement active learning in this class,including the use of the technology items available in the dedicated classroom, will be explored.The effectiveness of these approaches will be evaluated using instructor observation, studentfeedback, and student test scores.
Martin, M. W. (2013, June), Implementing Active Learning Principles in an Engineering Technology Fluid Mechanics Course Paper presented at 2013 ASEE Annual Conference & Exposition, Atlanta, Georgia. 10.18260/1-2--19720
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