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ASEE Best Practices Series

Started in Spring 2011, the ASEE Best Practices Series is an opportunity to meet, share, and discuss the process of engineering education with fellow Engineering faculty. The following are the presentations by SDSU faculty during these sessions.

February 24, 2011 Teaching On-Line

March 24, 2011 Engaging Students in the Classroom

April 14, 2011 Engineering Education Research in your Classroom/lab

October 6, 2011 Problem-Based Cooperative Learning

December 1, 2011  Embedded Assessment

February 9, 2012 Use of Rubrics in Assessment

  • Prasanthi Pallapu on using rubrics in D2L
  • Burckhard & Garry on rubric use

March 22 and April 4, 2012 Discussion of College of Engineering collaborative project proposals for the SDSU Academic and Scholarly Excellence fund

  • No presentations

October 9, 2012 Active Learning

  • Suzette Burckhard

November 13, 2012 Academic Quality and Rigor – Grading  

February 18 and March 15, 2013 What is Rigor and Quality?

  • Discussions
    • BPEE notes

September 17, 2013 Research Based Classroom Practices that Improve Student Learning

October 15, 2013 Team-Based Learning & Immediate Feedback Forms

  • Byron Garry
    • Team-Based Learning

November 19, 2013 Curriculum Planning in College of Engineering Departments

  • Suzette Burckhard

January 28, 2014 Developing Course Assignments that Measure Specific ABET Student Outcomes

  • Byron Garry
    • Developing Course Assignments

February 25, 2014 Developing Rubrics that Assess Specific ABET Student Outcomes

  • Byron Garry
    • Developing Rubrics

April 1, 2014 Report on Transforming Undergraduate Education in Engineering (TUEE). Phase I: Synthesizing and Integrating Industry Perspectives

  • Byron Garry
    • Survey Results

September 23, 2014 The Effect on Instructor Workload of Implementing Active Teaching Methods to Improve Student Enthusiasm and Performance

  • Cory Mettler, EE/CS & Nathan Ziegler, Director ESL and PhD in Educational Psychology
    • Instructor Workload

October 6, 2014 NETI-2, New Ideas for Teaching

  • Dr. Kas (Muthu) Muthukumarappan, Ag & Biosystems Engineering
    • NETI-2

October 14, 2014 An Idea from NETI: Handouts with Gaps

  • Dr. Greg Michna, Mechanical Engineering
    • Gaps

January 28, 2015 Teaching to Multiple Learning Methods 

  • Janet Merriman, Construction Management

February 26, 2015 Accommodating Learning Styles –Lessons from NETI 

  • John Versteeg, Mechanical Engineering

March 24, 2015 Using Active Learning in a Lecture-Based Engineering Class

  • Guanghui Hua, Civil & Environmental Engineering

October 9, 2015 Finding Funding for Engineering Education Research

  • Suzette Burckhard, Civil & Environmental Engineering

November 2, 2015 Institutional Recruiting and Getting the Message to Prospective Students

  • Rich Reid, Associate Dean of Engineering

January 26, 2016 Retention – SSC

  • Matt Badura, First Year Advisor

February 23, 2016 Internship/Capstone

  • Byron Garry, Construction & Operations Management

March 29, 2016 Introduction to Pathways to Innovation

  • Cory Mettler, Electrical Engineering & Computer Science

October 4, 2016 Why don't more students study engineering?

  • Suzette Burckhard & Joanita Kant, Civil & Environmental Engineering

October 18, 2016 What are the obstacles that international undergraduate engineering students face at SDSU?

  • Nate Ziegler, International Affairs

November 11, 2016 Using data from SSC to help retain international students (and other groups)

  • Jody Owen & Matt Badura, University College

February 9, 2017 How the Office of Disability Services can help you help your students

  • Nancy Hartenhoff-Crooks, Student Services Support

March 14, 2017 Developing successful student/instructor relationships

  • Kevin Sackreiter & Shelly Bayer, Center for the Enhancement of Teaching & Learning

April 20, 2017 Risk Model Factors

  • Steph Bebensee, University College

October 11, 2017 Rubrics, Assessment & Feedback in Engineering Courses

  • Suzette Burckhard, Civil and Environmental Engineering

February 22, 2018   Assessing Student Learning in a Measurement & Instrumentation Lab Course

  • Christina Gerometta, Mechanical Engineering

March 19, 2018   Inductive Learning in an Operations Management course

  • Ekaterina Koromyslova, Operations Management

April 3, 2018   Teaching Technology in Construction Management courses

  • Yilei Huang, Construction Management

September 26, 2018   ASEE Report 2018-Views of Faculty & Professional Societies

  • Byron Garry, Electronics Engineering Technology

October 23, 2018   Active Learning Techniques in Automatic Controls

  • Marco Ciarcia, Mechanical Engineering

November 14, 2018   On-line Teaching Tips

  • Albena Yordanova, Construction Management

April 17, 2019   Who are our Students?

  • Suzette Burckhard, Civil & Environmental Engineering