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orient_rev02.1 - Beginning Engineering ENGR 111 C Fall 2006...

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Beginning Engineering ENGR 111 C Fall 2006
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Objectives of ENGR 111 Learn about different engineering disciplines Learn about professionalism in engineering Develop engineering problem solving
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Objectives of ENGR 111 Learn to use proper “tools” to solve engineering problems Learn basic engineering science topics that will be needed in future courses Develop teaming skills
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Objectives of ENGR 111 Develop skills to make professional engineering presentations and drawings Introduce computer programming
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Why Active/Collaborative Learning Active numerous studies have shown improvement in: short-term retention of material, long-term retention of material, ability to apply material to new situations Collaborative make the most efficient use of class time
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Teaming Expectations Many activities in ENGR 111 require or benefit from collaboration with other class members Professional engineering employs team efforts effectively
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This note was uploaded on 02/15/2010 for the course ENGR 111 taught by Professor Walker during the Fall '07 term at Texas A&M.

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