Building Case Teaching Capability: A Journey, Not a Destination
AbstractWhen Dr. William Wulf, President of the National Academy of Engineering addressed the LITEE workshop and guests at Auburn University, he included a quip about a few bright lights in the darkness that prevails in the time-honored practice of engineering education. That pun did not go unnoticed as I sat spellbound at my second LITEE case teaching workshop, listening to Dr. Wulf articulate the impact of six major trends affecting engineering education today. They are summarized in Table 1.
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