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6B Prof. Purzer & GTA Masaki Kakoi Section 002 1
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DESIGN MODEL Feedback is needed for productive PROFESSIONAL iteration HABITS Give and receive CAREER Give and receive feedback 2 Feedback is important to Engineering’s culture of continuous improvement
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f At the end of this class you will be able to…. Describe how feedback relates to engineering practice Employ techniques for providing constructive f db k d f l feedback to peers and faculty
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Individually: Write down as many examples as you can of times when giving and receiving feedback occurs in engineering practice (1 min) Examples : Peer review of design work and process Expert, user/customer feedback on design concepts and products Supervisor evaluation of employee performance Peer evaluation of self and team member performance Peer review of research (e g article for publication) Peer review of research (e.g. article for publication)
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f Obligation of Engineers in Practice Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers ( IEEE) b h l h h h members commit themselves “to the highest ethical and professional conduct and agree… k d ff h f to seek, accept, and offer honest criticism of technical work [and] acknowledge and correct errors”. Source: IEEE Section 7 Professional Activities (Part A IEEE Policies) 7 8 Code of Ethics Source: IEEE. Section 7 IEEE Policies), 7.8 Code of Ethics http://www.ieee.org/web/aboutus/whatis/policies/p7 8.html
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An important part of engineering accreditation ABET f l th A dit ti B d f E i i dT h l ABET, formerly the Accreditation Board for Engineering andTechnology, requires that “Each program must show evidence of actions to improve the program.” “During the on campus visit, the evaluation team reviews course materials, student projects, sample assignments interviews students, faculty, and administrators investigates whether the criteria are met and tackles any questions raised by the self study.” The program has the opportunity to respond to the accreditation findings. Source: ABET Forms and Criteria, Engineering Accreditation Criteria, 2009-2010. http://www.abet.org/Linked%20Documents-UPDATE/Criteria%20and%20PP/E001%2009- 10%20EAC%20Criteria%2012-01-08.pdf and “The ABET Accreditation Process,” http://www.abet.org/the_basics.shtml
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An important part of the engineering design process Th A i S i t f Ci il E i (ASCE) “ t d
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  • Spring '10
  • Purzer
  • mathematical model, Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology, Cl Construct Mathematical Model Document Mathematical Model Test Mathematical Model, Revise Mathematical Model Mathematical Model Document Mathematical Model, Peer Critique

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