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Introduction to the Foundation Coalition
Foundation Coalition Partners  
Active/Cooperative Learning
Student Teams in Engineering
Assessment and Evaluation
Technology-enabled Learning
EC 2000 ak Instructional Modules
Curriculum Integration
Learning Communities across the Foundation Coalition
Curricular and Organizational Change in Engineering Education
Curricular and Organizational Change in Engineering Education
Faculty Development Program: Ways of Knowing, Ways of Practice - Principles
Faculty Development Program: Ways of Knowing, Ways of Practice - Example
Active/Cooperative Learning
Active/Cooperative Learning
Positive Interdependence, Individual Accountability, Promotive Interaction: Three Pillars of Cooperative Learning
Cooperative Learning in a Digital Logic Course
Assessment Tools
Assessment and Evaluation
Concept Inventory Assessment Tools
Assessment Tools for Attitudes and Skills
Student Teams in Engineering
Forming Teams
Getting Student Engineering Teams Off to a Good Start
Peer Assessment and Peer Evaluation
Effective Interpersonal/Intrateam Communication
Understanding Conflict and Conflict Management
Facilitating Dysfunctional Teams
Monitoring the Progress and Effectiveness of Student Teams
Effective Decision Making in Teams
Team Process Check
Technology-enabled Learning
Technology-enabled Learning
Electronic Response Systems
First-year Curricula
First-year Engineering at the University of Alabama
First-year Engineering at the University of MassachusettsDartmouth
First-year Engineering at Arizona State University
First-year Engineering at Texas A&M University
Sophomore Engineering Science Curricula
Conservation and Accounting Framework
Sophomore Engineering Science Curriculum at Rose-Hulman  
ABET Engineering Criteria Program Educational Outcomes
Outcome a "apply knowledge of mathematics, science, and engineering"    
Outcome b "design and conduct experiments, as well as to analyze and interpret data"    
Outcome c "design a system, component, or process to meet desired needs    
Outcome d "function on multi-disciplinary teams"
Outcome e "identify, formulate, and solve engineering problems"    
Outcome f "understanding of professional and ethical responsibility"    
Outcome g "communicate effectively"    
Outcome h "understand the impact of engineering solutions in a global
and societal context"
Outcome i "recognition of the need for, and an ability to engage in life-long learning"    
Outcome j "knowledge of contemporary issues"    
Outcome k "use the techniques, skills, and modern engineering tools necessary for engineering practice"    

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