Check out Engineering Education 2.0, a four-part series designed to equip participants with skills to apply best practices and understanding from current STEM higher-education research literature.
This free series is brought to you by IEEE Educational Activities and the IEEE Education Society. Each virtual event offers an IEEE digital certificate, which includes 0.1 CEU/1 PDH credit. Additionally, those who attend all four sessions will receive an IEEE digital badge that can be displayed on LinkedIn and other social platforms.
Missed any of the live events? The previous sessions are now available on demand!
Engineering Education 2.0: Models, Methods, and Techniques for Innovation
The first session of this series reviews conceptual models for understanding engineering education instruction and explores new teaching approaches and techniques that enhance teaching practice.
Engineering Education 2.0: Approaches to Innovative Instructional Design
The second session in this series introduces methods to evaluate student learning in the context of new instructional designs. Learn how to evaluate student learning in the context of new instructional designs.
Engineering Education 2.0: Interview is the Field
In the third session of this series, we shift focus from the field as a whole and the concept of ”teaching as research” to innovation in practice through the eyes of three thought leaders, who joined us for this event.
Engineering Education 2.0: Digital Transformation of Teaching in a Post-Pandemic World
The final session of this series explores the widespread shift from traditional teaching to remote learning and the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on engineering education, as well as the role of disruptive technologies such as AI, machine learning, and big data will play in the future.