2022 Section Conference Workshops
UPDATE: All conference workshops have been canceled due to a lack of interest.
The ASEE Southeastern Section is pleased to offer workshops to be held in conjunction with the 2022 conference. The Engineering Educator workshops will take place on Sunday, March 13th, 2022, and will be geared towards topics of interest to all collegiate engineering educators. These workshops provide valuable opportunities to explore new areas, engage with peers, and foster constructive discussions. We are looking forward to a lively exchange of strategies and ideas, inspiring us all to be more innovative and resourceful educators.
All workshops will take place on Sunday, March 13th, 2022.
|ASEE’s Essentials of Instruction||8:00 AM – 5:00 PM||TBDemail@example.com||$450|
|NextGen Teamwork: Using Scrum to Manage Project-Based Courses||9:00 AM – 12:00 PM||TBD||Dr. Omar Ochoa|
|Creating an Inclusive Environment in Colleges of Engineering||10:00 AM – 11:30 AM||TBD||Jeffrey Fergus|
|An Impactful Use of Multiple Choice Questions for Assessment||10:00 AM – 12:00 PM||TBD||Autar Kar|
|Run VMC: Video-Mediated Communication for Team Projects||1:00 – 1:45 PM||TBD||Alyson Eggleston|
|The New CBT Civil Engineering PE Exam Format||1:00 – 3:00 PM||TBD||Dr. J.P. Mohsen|
|Kits for Remote, Hybrid, and In-Person Fluid Mechanics Laboratory Instruction||2:30 – 3:45 PM||TBD||Dr. Matthew J. Traum|
ASEE’s Essentials of Instruction Course
Join us for Essentials of Effective Instruction, an interactive, full-day workshop (8:00 AM – 5:00 PM) that will provide you with knowledge and tools to improve your own real-world course and apply evidence-based instructional strategies that foster student learning and success. This workshop is intended for new engineering faculty and experienced educators who want a refresher on instructional best practices.
A maximum of 30 participants may enroll in the workshop. ASEE is offering one-time-only introductory pricing of $450. To register, please click here. Course-related questions can be directed to: firstname.lastname@example.org
NextGen Teamwork: Using Scrum to Manage Project-Based Courses
Interested in learning about how Scrum can be used to effectively manage project-based courses? If so, the NextGen Teamwork workshop is for you! The goals of this workshop are to:
- Review major concepts in agility, with an emphasis on Scrum.
- Find out how Scrum can be used to increase student and faculty performance and satisfaction.
- Apply a Scrum toolkit in practice scenarios.
- Depart with a set of basic Scrum processes to employ and information on additional resources and training.
Creating an Inclusive Environment in Colleges of Engineering
Activities and approaches for creating an inclusive environment will be shared and discussed. Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) will be the focus of the workshop. The workshop is organized into three areas:
- Incorporating DEI concepts in engineering classes.
- Engaging students in DEI discussions outside of the classroom.
- Improving awareness of DEI among faculty and staff.
An Impactful Use of Multiple Choice Questions for Assessment
Incorporating multiple choice questions for assessment purposes will be discussed. Upon completion of the workshop, participants will be able to:
- Use Open Educational Resources (OER) to conduct and grade examinations.
- Design questions for assessment.
- Identify best practices.
- Use OER to perform statistical analyses of responses.
Run VMC: Video-Mediated Communication for Team Projects
Utilizing video-mediated communication in project-based classes will be discussed. Upon completion of the workshop, participants will be able to:
- Identify best practicies.
- Examine verbal, visual, and technology driven communication strategies.
- Apply a rubric assessment to sample student work.
The New CBT Civil Engineering PE Exam Format
The new format of the CBT Civil Engineering PE Exam will be examined and discussed. Participants will learn about:
- Exam format changes.
- The digital reference handbook.
- Question types.
- Exam content coverage.
- Exam preparation.
Kits for Remote, Hybrid, and In-Person Fluid Mechanics Laboratory Instruction
A set of laboratory kits for instruction in fluid mechanics will be presented. Upon completion of the workshop, participants will:
- Take home a laboratory kit (included in registration fee).
- Understand benefits and use cases of fluid mechanics laboratory kits.
- Gain hands-on experience working with a sample kit.
Workshop Coordinator Contact
For questions about the workshops, please contact:
The Citadel School of Engineering has been awarded $10,000 funding to support the conference from the SC Department of Labor, Licensing and Regulation, SC Board of Registration for Professional Engineers, and Surveyors.