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School of Engineering Education Seminars

The School of Engineering Education hosts a weekly seminar from 3:30 – 4:45 PM on Thursdays either in Armstrong Hall, Room B071, unless otherwise noted.  The seminar consists of a presentation from 3:30 – 4:15 PM. and informal discussion with light refreshments 4:15 – 4:45 PM.

These seminars provide the engineering education community a chance to get together to talk about new ideas, share successes and new research, and support developing research. This seminar is for graduate and undergraduate students, staff, and faculty from across the university who have an interest in educating engineers. Join us!  

Please contact Audeen Fentiman with any questions or to recommend future speakers.


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October 3, 2019

The Last Lecture: College Teaching as Professional Practice, Scholarly Activity, and Transformational Leadership

Dr. Loui will describe three ways of thinking about teaching in colleges and universities. "We can think of our teaching as a professional practice: we take professional responsibility for organizing learning activities, and we exercise professional judgment in evaluating students' work. We can think of our teaching as a scholarly activity: our methods can be grounded in the research on pedagogy, our decisions can be based on evidence of student learning, and our teaching quality can be evaluated through peer review. Finally, we can think of our teaching as a kind of transformational leadership: we can inspire our students and encourage them to pursue their dreams." He will illustrate some of these ideas with examples from his teaching experiences.
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