Making Concrete Less AbstractProceedings of the 5h Annual Undergraduate Faculty Enhancement Workshop/Symposium (1998, Berkeley, CA)
AbstractCE 3 13 is a second level properties of concrete lecture course. In an effort to make it appear less abstract to the students, over the course of several semesters several learning strategies were tried, including journaling, muddiest point, entering the academy, role playing, bookends-on-a-lecture, and hands-on lab projects. Most recently, an emphasis on short writing-to-learn papers, a problems-based stance, and an integrated lab project was used. Student evaluations indicated that the lab projects and the increased writing was of significant benefit in promotion of learning.
Meeting Name5th Annual Undergraduate Faculty Enhancement Workshop/Symposium, (1998: Jul. 12-15, Berkeley, CA)
Department(s)Civil, Architectural and Environmental Engineering
Document TypeArticle - Conference proceedings
Document VersionFinal Version
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Citation InformationDavid Newton Richardson. "Making Concrete Less Abstract" Proceedings of the 5h Annual Undergraduate Faculty Enhancement Workshop/Symposium (1998, Berkeley, CA) (1998)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/david_richardson/77/