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ERIC Number: ED369378
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1991-Apr
Pages: 62
Abstractor: N/A
Reference Count: N/A
The Pre-Engineering Curriculum Proceedings of the Annual CSU Conference on Innovation in Engineering Education. (1st, San Jose, California, April 26, 1991).
California State Univ., Engineering Council for Teaching and Learning.
This document provides the keynote address and papers delivered at the 1991 California State University Conference on Innovation in Engineering Education which focused on the pre-engineering curriculum. The conference was convened as a collaborative effort by faculty to address the following issues in engineering education: (1) the attraction and retention of women and minorities in the engineering field; (2) curricula revision to allow for innovation; (3) the incorporation of technology into teaching and learning styles; (4) better preparation of incoming high school graduates for pursuing an engineering curriculum; and (5) measuring teaching effectiveness. Speeches and papers and their authors are as follows: "the Engineering Council for Teaching and Learning" (C. E. Rathmann);"Using Distance Learning Technologies to Teach Pre-Engineering to High School Students" (D. P. Coduto); "Computer Solution of Engineering Problems" (D. E. Kirk and A. M. Davis); "A Workplace in Ergonomics and Engineering Design for High School/Pre-Engineering College Students" (K. Abedini); "An Introductory Engineering Course to Provide Skills and Motivation" (S. de Haas and K. Ferrara); "An Engineering Orientation Course as a Pre-Engineering Retention Tool" (C. O. Allen and V. V. Krishnan); "Introduction to Engineering Design: A Freshman Mechanical Engineering Course" (R. Roth); "Technology Based Instruction in Integrated Computer Graphics/CAD" (S. Krishnamurthy and N. Mousouris); "Design of a Modern Curriculum for Lower Division Engineering Core" (N. A. Ibrahim). (Contains 6 references.) (GLR)
Publication Type: Collected Works - Proceedings
Education Level: N/A
Audience: Teachers; Practitioners
Language: English
Sponsor: California State Univ., Fresno. Inst. for Teaching and Learning.
Authoring Institution: California State Univ., Engineering Council for Teaching and Learning.