Usually summer is a time when we meet and engage with fellow members of the engineering education community face-to-face, but things are different this year. Still, we can do with some intellectually stimulating conversations and with that in mind starting on July 2, 2002, I will be hosting twice weekly talks with authors of the Cambridge Handbook of Engineering Education Research (CHEER).
The format is simple. I'll initiate the conversation and lead it for about 30 minutes. Participants will have the opportunity to post comments and questions via chat and participate in the conversation. To facilitate engagement, registrants will be able to get a link to CHEER chapters.
See you online!
Link to recordings: http://bit.do/cheerupvideos
Time: 11 AM U.S. EST (exceptions below)
Aug. 6 - Marie Paretti & Lisa McNair - Eng Communication (Ch 30)
Aug. 11 - Gary Downey - Eng Studies (Ch 34)
Aug. 13 - Anette Kolmos - Problem/Project-Based Learning (Ch 8)
Aug. 18 - Aman Yadav - Case Studies in Engineering (Ch 9)
Aug. 20 - Gary Lichtenstein, Helen Chen, Theresa Maldonado & Karl Smith - Retention/ Persistence of Women & Minorities (Ch 16)
July 2 - Jenni Case & Greg Light - Qualitative Methods (Ch 27)
July 7 - Angela Bielefeldt, Chris Swan & Kurt Paterson - Community Engagement (Ch 18)
July 9 - Ruth Streveler, Geoffrey Herman, Devlin Montfort - Conceptual Change (Ch 5)
July 14 - Caroline Baillie & Sally Male - Threshold Concepts (Ch 20)
July 16 - Marilla Svinicki & Wendy Newstetter - Learning Theories for Eng Ed (Ch 2)
July 21 - Maura Borrego - Preparing Eng Educators for Eng Ed Research (Ch 23)
July 23 - Jim Pellegrino et al. - Assessment (Ch 29)
July 28 - Euan Lindsay - Education Tech (Ch 31) (5 PM EST)
July 30 - Susan Lord & John Chen - Curriculum Design in the Middle Years (Ch 10)
Aug. 4 - Donna Riley, Alice Pawley & Amy Slaton - Social Justice and Inclusion (Ch 17)