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There’s a massive incompatibility between the realities of how much information & tooling is readily available online right now, versus the teaching approaches and methods commonly used in engineering higher ed. If I wanted to implement a website with a backend, physically construct and implement controls for a robot, integrate multiple smart-home devices to suit… Read more Week 3: Digital-Era Teaching
I was very excited by the potential of Hypothes.is to enrich or expand the capability of a blog to support discussion in depth. I’ll definitely be using it elsewhere, but want to help others who visit my blog to know it exists and use it. Turns out it’s easy to add to WordPress, even the… Read more Deploying Hypothes.is on your WordPress Blog
Hello! I’m so enthused by the work of Reclaim Hosting, the hosting provider I’m using, that I’ll be migrating my content from across the past several years and platforms to here. This will include former wordpress blogs (for Dean DePauw’s Ethics & Integrity in Academia course in Fall 2017, in addition to others predating grad… Read more Migrating My Content
Hi y’all! I cannot speak for others, but throughout my development as an engineer (2.5 decades) and now as an instructor (4 semesters), I’ve experienced significant tension between the externally-imposed expectations and goals I’m supposed to work toward, versus the underlying reasons I am an engineer or instructor at all. Tension I’m lucky to have… Read more Week 2: Networked Learning, Open Working, and Tension
Welcome! This will function as my professional, public-facing blog. I look forward to joining in & contributing to ongoing discussions on engineering in pursuit of a just world, effective teaching practices focused on student empowerment, belief systems and the hidden curriculum in engineering education, online education and community-building, the politics of technical artifacts w.r.t grassroots… Read more First!