The Institute for Engineering Education & Innovation would like to celebrate the publication and exposure of the following Engineering Education Faculty Group members (from several departments) at the 2021 Transformational Teaching and Learning Conference that took place on April 30, 2021.
The Office of the Dean of Faculties—in partnership with faculty, the Center for Teaching Excellence, and the Office of Academic Innovation, planned this unique conference to serve the professional development, networking, and mentoring needs of faculty who teach.
There were 16 presentations in total that were presented at TTLC from 9 EEFG faculty at Texas A&M University.
• Charles Patrick, Jr., Biomedical Engineering: Enhancing Collaborative Student Engagement and Professional Workforce Preparation with Electronic Laboratory Notebooks (Virtual Quick Fire); Implementing a Collaborative Problem-Solving Studio in a Remote or Hybrid Modality (Virtual Quick Fire); The 21st Century Socrates: Implementing an Inquiry-Based Socratic Seminar in a Remote or Hybrid Modality (Virtual Quick Fire)
• Charles Peak, Biomedical Engineering: From Theory to Practice: Redesign of Biomaterials Laboratory to be Industry Relevant (PTTG) (Narrated Infographic)
• Robert Lightfoot, Mackenzie Gray, Computer Science and Engineering: Building Your Path to Course Mastery, A Class Where Students Choose A Path to Their Success (Narrated Infographic)
• Shawna Thomas, Charles Peak, Computer Science and Engineering: Reimagining Diversity and Inclusion Activities (Narrated Infographic)
• Shawna Thomas, Robert Lightfoot, Computer Science and Engineering: Partners in Crime – Collaborative Course Development (Talk); Using Course Maps to Reimagine Course Design and Student Engagement (Talk)
• Niki Ritchey, Engineering Academic and Student Affairs: An alternative assessment to foster creativity and encourage self-learning for first year engineering students (Talk)
• Shana Shaw, Engineering Academic and Student Affairs: Animating Course Lecture Material and Study Guides Using Free Software (Virtual Quick Fire)
• Randy Brooks, Engineering Academy: Asynchronous Student-Success-Focused Engineering College Preparatory Courses (Talk); The Academy Model for Connecting Two-Year and Four-Year College Programs (Talk); Transposing Gagne to the Online Realm (Talk): The Academy Model for Connecting Two-Year and Four-Year College Programs (Talk)
• Khadija Mahsud, Naqaa Abbas, Liberal Arts: Community Building in a Virtual Classroom (Narrated Infographic)
• Jorge Lara, Multidisciplinary Engineering: Developing “Engineering for Sustainable Development Inspiring New Mentalities in Engineering Students (Narrated Infographic)