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Title: Mechanical Engineering Building Blocks to Success


1
Mechanical Engineering Building Blocks to Success
2
Introduction
  • Amy Magas

3
Purpose
  • Purpose To enhance communication between
    faculty and students on courses and curriculum
  • Given Develop a student-centered,
    internet-based educational information processing
    system

4
Goals
  • Convey course information
  • Promote active learning
  • Promote ISU standards
  • Provide feedback
  • Promote standard rubrics
  • Engage and encourage high school students
  • Involve industry
  • Link research and education
  • Increase diversity

5
Our Groups
  • Rubrics
  • Base Groups
  • Courses
  • Curriculum
  • Coordinators

6
Coordinator Group
  • To take on a leadership role within MEBBS
  • To develop a standard and professional format for
    webpages
  • To keep our professors informed about our
    individual groups
  • To take an active role in helping with our groups
  • To help our individual groups to meet their
    goals.
  • To convey suggestions from faculty to students
  • To make sure other students learn how to use and
    evaluate web pages.

7
Skills Acquired
  • Leadership
  • Organization
  • Resourcefulness
  • Web Design
  • Departmental Issues

8
Topics
  • Rubrics
  • Curriculum
  • Courses
  • Base Groups

9
Rubrics
  • David Harrington
  • Wee-Han Tan
  • Adam Gudenkauf

10
What are Rubrics?
  • Guide and Assessment Tool
  • Criteria Listed
  • Example of Basic Rubric

11
Why Have Rubrics?
  • Outlines Grading
  • Illustrates Expectations
  • Encourages Higher Standards

12
Advantages
  • Clear Expectations
  • Consistent and Unbiased Grading
  • Scale to Show Progress
  • For Any Assignment
  • Reusable

13
Rubric Examples
  • Oral Presentations
  • Research Papers
  • Journal Writing
  • Class Participation
  • Homework Assignments
  • Class Outline
  • Math Journal

14
Easy to Use and Create
  • Basic Method
  • Links Page
  • Ten Step Method
  • Templates
  • Software Links

15
What We Have Learned
  • Value of Rubrics
  • HTML
  • Group Project Management

16
Curriculum Information
  • Introduction
  • Flow Chart
  • Course Topics
  • Curriculum Feedback

17
Course Webpages
  • Tom Duncan

18
General Overview
  • Advantages
  • Convenience
  • Speed
  • Accessibility
  • Reusability
  • Design of Pages
  • Standard Format
  • Professor Designed
  • Student Oriented
  • Ease of Navigation
  • Development Time

19
Skills Acquired
  • HTML Knowledge
  • Network Speed
  • ME Department Classes
  • Networking

20
Examples
  • Index of Classes
  • Professor Molians ME322 Page

21
Recommendations
  • Recycling
  • One Student, One Professor

22
Base Groups
  • Yoong-Guan Chen
  • Martin Kurnadi

23
Base Groups
  • History

24
Basic Elements of Cooperative Learning
  • Positive Interdependence - Sink or Swim
  • Face-to-Face Interaction - Students help and
    encourage each other
  • Individual Accountability - Giving the comments
    back to the group on individual performance
  • Small Group Skills - Leadership and communication
    help group to work effectively
  • Group Processing - Groups to evaluate if they are
    achieving their goals and maintaining effective
    working relationships.

25
Webpage Elements
  • Opinions
  • Minutes Form
  • Feedback from Students
  • Feedback from Professors

26
Conclusion
  • Cards
  • Website
  • In the future
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