Flipping the Work Design in an industrial engineering course

  title={Flipping the Work Design in an industrial engineering course},
  author={Roxanne Toto and Hien Nguyen},
  journal={2009 39th IEEE Frontiers in Education Conference},
Educational practice and the concept of ‘active learning’ have had a significant impact on engineering education. Challenging students with questions and problem-solving activities to learn course material is what we do in engineering courses. However, how do we continue to cover the amount of material we need to cover and still open up class time to include the active learning strategies so necessary in engineering? This paper describes the design and implementation of an instructional… CONTINUE READING
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