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The Four-Domain Development Diagram: A Guide for Holistic Design of Effective Learning Experiences for the Twenty-first Century Engineer
The twenty-first century challenges engineering educators to design learning experiences to strategically and holistically target students' development, including cognitive, psychomotor, social andExpand
Integrating project-based learning throughout the undergraduate engineering curriculum
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Challenges in Transdisciplinary, Integrated Projects: Reflections on the Case of Faculty Members’ Failure to Collaborate
In this article we describe the challenges of transdisciplinary teamwork involving four faculty members from dissimilar epistemological traditions in the process of developing a manuscript on theExpand
Grain nucleation and texture analysis of electroless copper deposition on a palladium seed layer
Electroless copper grains were deposited on a Pd seed layer under varying bath conditions. The seed layer was determined to have a (111) texture using grazing incident x-ray (GIX) diffraction.Expand
Whey Protein Edible Film Structures Determined by Atomic Force Microscope
Atomic force microscopy was used to study edible films produced from whey proteins. The films were imaged under ambient conditions with no special sample preparation. Low resolution imaging of areasExpand
Application of Self-Determination and Self-Regulation Theories to Course Design: Planting the Seeds for Adaptive Expertise
The paper is grounded in the premise that learning occurs within a dynamic system of social and ecological interactions in the learningenvironment. Our intent is to open the conversation about howExpand
A Systemic Model of Development: Strategically Enhancing Students' Cognitive, Psychomotor, Affective and Social Development
The challenges of the 21st century create an imperative for engineering educators: to design learning experiences that result in engineering professionals with a sophisticated level of cognitive,Expand
Relational versus Transactional Community Engagement: An Experience of the Benefits and Costs
Learning through community engagement (CE) is widely considered a high-impact practice with the potential benefit of accelerated cognitive development, deeper learning and moral reasoning compared toExpand
Converting Traditional Materials Labs to Project-Based Learning Experiences: Aiding Students' Development of Higher-Order Cognitive Skills
Against a backdrop of compelling societal needs, graduates in science and engineering now must master their disciplines and demonstrate a sophisticated level of cognitive, affective and socialExpand
The Systemic Correlation Between Mental Models and Sustainable Design: Implications for Engineering Educators
Many studies have illuminated our understanding of the kinds of competencies and behaviors exhibited by effective designers. Againstthe backdrop of global challenges made more urgent by unintentionalExpand
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