A MUST READ FOR ENGINEERING EDUCATORS

“challenge-driven universities: lecturers will be hired for their teaching expertise rather than publication records. Students will need good school-leaving qualifications, but not need to have studied maths or physics. They will have to study arts and social science. Classes will be small (20-30 students), and students will get 3.5 hours of contact time with teachers

Value Rubrics from AAC&U (awesome!)

Excellent rubrics for soft skills provided by the American Association of Colleges &  Universities (AAC&U). Organized by learning outcome. Click on an outcome to preview, download, and learn more about a particular rubric. All rubrics are offered at no cost via AAC&U’s Shopping Cart. Obtain All 16 Rubrics (pdf) Intellectual and Practical Skills Inquiry and

The future of educational materials

Every academic semester, students obtain course materials for their courses. But the norm of a generation ago – going to traditional bookstores and buying books and perhaps selling them back at the end of the semester – has evolved. Likewise, the way students, instructors and college administrators think about educational materials and the role of

New! IGIP International Engineering Educator Certification Program

InnovaHiEd is pleased to announce the offering of its IGIP International Engineering Educator Certification Program! What it is: The program provides a formal, internationally recognized qualification in teaching and learning methodologies for engineering and related disciplines (science, math, physics, IT, etc.) for faculty, graduate students and other interested parties worldwide. Those who complete it can add a

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