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Streveler_Oct15%20%288b%29%20v4 - ENGR 195 Transforming...

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ENGR 195 – Transforming Ideas to Innovation I Prof. Ruth Streveler Thursday, October 15, 2009
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l One team member only l Upload to Assignments - 8b Project Submission l Final DYC Poster l One Word file containing: l 3 peer reviews with complete reflections l List of “cool ideas we saw / stuff we want to make sure we don’t do” l Email Peer Feedback Reflections to originating team (you never sent them or if you revised your reflection) Project 1 - Upload to Blackboard
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Overview l Overview of the rest of the semester l Reminder about instructional team roles and suitable classroom conduct l Introduce Project 2 l Introduction to Descriptive Statistics
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Rest of the semester overview l Introduce Project 2 (8b) l Statistics (8b, 9a) l Advising session with FY advisors (9b) l Sustainability (week 10) l Morphological Analysis (reverse engineering) – weeks 11 and 12 l Another look at design: Expert designers, Grand Challenges – week 13 l Thanksgiving week: no classes – week 14 l Deliver Projects 1 and 2 – week 15 l Evaluations, lab check out – 16 (b)
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Acceptable classroom conduct l Atmosphere of respect for fellow students and instructional staff (Prof, TA, peer teachers) l Follow directions given by instructional team l Do assigned work during class – no Skyping, Facebook, email etc. l In order to maintain a productive learning environment, students who violate this policy will be asked to leave class. l Protect technology – no eating in the classroom
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Academic Integrity & Using Study Groups for Individual or Team Assignments (e.g. Homework) l Always submit your own work on individual assignments l Never show, loan, or give your or your team’s solutions to another student l Give or receive assistance in learning the underlying concepts and the process of solving problems - never solve problems as a group l Document all partnerships - if documented it cannot be cheating but you may still lose points Never share or work on computer files together (e.g. Excel files)
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Project 2- Traffic Intersection Safety Have you recently had difficulty crossing a street on the Purdue campus?
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This note was uploaded on 03/06/2012 for the course ENGR 195 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '08 term at Purdue.

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