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Title: How to Engineer Engineering Education A Catalyst Workshop for Change


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How to Engineer Engineering EducationA Catalyst
Workshop for Change
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How to Engineer Engineering EducationA Catalyst
Workshop for Change
Bucknell Greeting James Orbison, Dean College of
Engineering
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Workshop for Change
Are Ye Able?
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Workshop for Change
Coach Snyder! We need you.
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Workshop for Change
Are Ye Able?
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How to Engineer Engineering EducationA Catalyst
Workshop for Change
Logistics, Socials, and Computers
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Workshop for Change
Evening Social Activities
S Campus Tour, Picnic Movie (Ed
Bill) M Baseball or Walking Tour
(Hyde) T Flight of the Phoenix Movie
(Hanyak) W Concert in Park The Freez
(Snyder) R Workshop Banquet (Miller)
noon W Lewisburg Farmers Market
(Prince)
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Your Notebook Computer An Active Learning
Exercise (5 minutes)
  • Login to Windows
  • username workshop2
  • password catalyst2
  • Access the Project Catalyst web site.
  • Access your Bucknell network file space.

Your coach can assist you.
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Why, What, and Where? Another Active Learning
Exercise (15 minutes)
  • Learn how to use the Team 360 Assessment Tool.
  • Get to know your Catalyst teammates and coach.
  • Decide on a one-word name for your team.
  • Write team color and name on 3x5 card and give
    to Hanyak.

Do the Why, What, and Where Survey in Team 360
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Workshop for Change
Team 360 Assessment Survey
  • Access the Catalyst web site and then Team 360.
  • Login as a student using your email address and
    password.
  • Access Take Surveys from the left menu column in
    Team 360.
  • Do the Why, What, and Where Survey in Team 360.
  • Access View Reports in Team 360 and display
    survey results.
  • Consult with your teammates and decide on a
    1-word team name.
  • Provide your team color and name to Coach Hanyak
    on 3x5 card.

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Workshop for Change
Team 360 Assessment Survey
  • Access the Catalyst web site and then Team 360.
  • Find your Team 360 email address and password in
    your notebook.
  • Login as a student using your email address and
    password.
  • Access Take Surveys from the left menu column in
    Team 360.
  • Do the Why, What, and Where Survey in Team 360.
  • Access View Reports in Team 360 and display
    survey results.
  • Consult with your teammates and decide on a
    1-word team name.
  • Provide your team color and name to Coach Hanyak
    on 3x5 card.

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Workshop for Change
Tell me and I will forget Show me and I may
remember Involve me and I will understand.
--- Chinese
Proverb
Active Learning in the Classroom!
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Workshop for Change
Your Workshop Project
Prepare an oral presentation to describe a
portion of your course that you desire to make
more active. Use the information on the gold
sheet as a guide for building your
presentation. A presentation is 8-10 minutes in
length followed by 5 minutes of questions and
comments. It will be given on Friday morning to
a group of about eight participants and two
coaches.
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Guidelines for Your Presentation
  1. Describe a portion of your course that you desire
    to make more active.
  2. List the learning outcomes associated with that
    portion of your course.
  3. Determine where you will be on the Active
    Learning Continuum.
  4. Describe how you will assess your instructional
    activities.
  5. Describe how you will evaluate your course
    outcomes.
  6. Consider four additional issues in preparing your
    module.

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Workshop for Change
Personal Workshop Journal
  • Ask that you keep a workshop journal for the
    week.
  • Suggest that you make daily entries into your
    journal.
  • Reflect on what you have learned that day in
    your journal.
  • Record your ideas and questions about your
    workshop project.
  • Ask your coach the next day to address your
    questions and ideas.
  • Share your ideas and questions with other
    workshop participants.
  • Use your journal to prepare for your Friday
    morning presentation.
  • Provide a copy of your journal to us on Friday (
    ).

voluntary
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Workshop for Change
Our Expectations of You
  • Access the web links in the Workshop Schedule
    page often.
  • Learn about instructional design and best
    instructional practices.
  • Learn about teamwork and problem-based learning.
  • Learn about problem-solving methodology and
    instructional tech.
  • Design an instructional project for one of your
    courses.
  • Present you design to some coaches and
    participants on Friday.
  • Participate in the active learning experiences
    and have FUN.

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Workshop for Change
Teaching Concept Pre-Inventory
  • Access the Catalyst web site and then Team 360.
  • Find your Team 360 email address and password in
    your handout.
  • Login as a student using your email address and
    password.
  • Access Take Surveys from the left menu column in
    Team 360.
  • Take the Teaching Concept Pre-Inventory Survey
    in Team 360.

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Workshop for Change
Teaching Concept Pre-Inventory
  • Access Team 360 and login, if you have not done
    so already.
  • Take the Teaching Concept Pre-Inventory Survey
    in Team 360.

You have 5 minutes to complete this exercise.
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Workshop for Change
Identify the Problem
Coach Ed MastascusaElectrical Engineering
Department Coach Bill SnyderChemical Engineering
Department
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Workshop for Change
Best Instructional Practices
Coach Tim RaymondChemical Engineering Department
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Workshop for Change
War Stories
Coach Mike Prince Coach Bill Snyder Coach Tim
Raymond Chemical Engineering Department
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Workshop for Change
Teamwork
Coach Mike HanyakChemical Engineering
Department Coach Dan HydeComputer Science
Department
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Workshop for Change
Coach Ed MastascusaElectrical Engineering
Department
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Workshop for Change
Classroom Assessment Techniques
Coach Mike HanyakChemical Engineering
Department and the rest of the Project Catalyst
TeamCollege of Engineering
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Kolb Learning Style Inventory
  • Access Kolb LSI from the Project Catalyst web
    page.
  • Enter a personal user name like joe_sample
  • Enter a personal password must be 6 characters
  • Enter the organizational password mhbu06
  • Take the 12-question inventory.
  • Print your summary report twice, as follows
  • find page that has your user name, like
    joe_sample.
  • use the right mouse button and select print.
  • send your report to the Danalob-lp1 laser
    printer.
  • dont forget print it twice, give 2nd copy to
    Snyder.
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