Faculty Showcase: pictures, give feedback and save the date!

Congratulations to the 47 faculty who showcased wonderful examples of their teaching, scholarship, EPIC projects, mini-grants, professorships and sabbaticals! We are grateful to the support services colleagues and Gartner who shared resources available to faculty at the Showcase and the LIT Advisory working group who planned and hosted this wonderful event. Over 80 faculty, staff […]

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Faculty Request to Showcase on March 15th, 2018

Faculty Showcase: Teaching, Learning & Scholarship! March 15, 2018 Request to Showcase Faculty are the hallmark of Wentworth Institute of Technology. To celebrate and recognize the accomplishments of our faculty, the Provost Office and Learning Innovation & Technology invite faculty to Showcase their work on March 15th, 2018. Faculty who participate in Professorships and Sabbatical are […]

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Instructional Techniques for Teaching Engineering Students – Designing your courses to meet ABET criteria

What is your role as engineering faculty? What steps do you take to ensure your students achieve your course outcomes?  And oh, by the way, what are outcomes… Creating a course to achieve specific outcomes requires effort in three domains: (Felder and Brent, 2003) Identifying course content and defining measurable learning objectives Selecting and implementing methods […]

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Getting Students to say “Flip this Content”!

Looking to strengthen students’ ability to apply theory to real world situations?Need more in-class time to teach students how to problem solve? Want students to say: “flip this content”? Prof. Anthony Duva has flipped select course content for several years and totally flipped his Design of Machine Elements course content since 2016. Students can resist this non-tradition approach […]

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