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ENGR 19500  REFLECTIONS ON  WHAT YOU LEARNED  THIS SEMESTER Professor Streveler Thursday, November 19, 2009 Class 13b
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REMINDERS No ENGR 195 classes Thanksgiving Week Class 15a (Dec 1) Project 1 Closure Check with your instructor about requirements for students  in your section Class 15b (Dec 3) Project 2 Final Written &  Presentation Upload Word and PPT prior to coming to class Printout and staple Word document NO binders or report covers Printout poster PPT Separate from written report
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ANNOUNCEMENTS Final Exam Dec 14 8:00 AM ELLT 116 All students with exam conflicts or needing  accommodations MUST see Chell Nyquist ( [email protected]  ; ARMS 1226) Posted on Blackboard Learning Objectives Assigned Seating – Will be posted in gradebook Could be different from last time – check prior to exam 
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Unformatted text preview: LEARNING OBJECTIVES At the end of this topic, you will be able to Describe what you learned about engineering, working in teams, and how you learn as a result of ENGR 19500 LESSONS LEARNED Download from Blackboard the “Lessons_Learned_Journal” document in the course Slides folder On your H drive or flashdrive SAVE AS Lessons_Learned_Journal_SectionXXX_YourName Follow the directions on page 1 of the document and fill in your responses to questions on page 2. Carefully check your work (this is worth 10% of your grade) Submit on the dropbox for your section PRINT and turn in to your Peer Teacher PROJECT TIME Work with your team as needed Correctly put away your computers before leaving...
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