How to Engineer Engineering Education
A workshop held annually at Bucknell University that offers engineering and science faculty and graduate students a hands-on experience to enhance their teaching by:
- Writing clear instructional objectives at appropriate cognitive levels
- Using active, cooperative & problem-based learning
- Teaching teamwork and problem solving skills
- Assessing learning outcomes
Previous Workshop Attendees Had these Responses
"Wonderful... Marvelous. This workshop was well worth my time. Several very practical examples and helpful practices were given to me in this week. The coaches practiced what they preached and did an excellent job in illustrating the principles."
"I have been to several workshops (5 or 6), this was the best I have been to. It was beyond my expectations."
Engineering and science faculty and prospective faculty (including graduate students) who are interested in designing their courses around important learning outcomes, making their classrooms more active, and incorporating problem solving and teamwork skills into their courses.
2013 Workshop Information
July 24-26, 2013
Workshop Tuition and Meals: $650 for applications received before May 15th and $700 for applications received after May 15th
On Campus Room ($150) is available but optional
(NOTE: Tuition is non-refundable after May 30.)
Bucknell University is located in Lewisburg, PA and is situated approximately 1 hour north of Harrisburg. Lewisburg is within driving distance of a number of major cities, including New York, Baltimore, and Philadelphia. For more information visit www.bucknell.edu and www.lewisburgpa.com.
Applications will be considered on a first come, first served basis. Applicants will generally be notified of their status shortly after the application is received.
Professor Michael Prince
Chemical Engineering Department
Lewisburg, PA 17837