Learning in the Time of Coronavirus

Learning in the Time of Coronavirus

The past year has signaled a monumental change in engineering education with the near universal shift to remote learning. This webinar will summarize major shifts in engineering education; and insights, lessons learned, and implications for the current shift to remote learning will be discussed.

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Type: Webinar

Delivery Method: Live Online

Level: Foundational

Duration: 1 hour

Dates & Times

Originally delivered  March 30, 2021

Pricing

ASEE Members: Free
Non-members: Free

The past year has signaled a monumental change in engineering education with the near universal shift to remote learning. Although this shift occurred suddenly, engineering education has undergone several shifts in the past 100 years.

In this webinar, Karl Smith (Purdue University) and RocĂ­o Chavela Guerra (American Society for Engineering Education) will summarize major shifts in engineering education, such as the shift to outcomes-based accreditation and an emergent shift to address justice, equity, diversity, and inclusion. They will share insights, lessons learned, and will discuss implications for the current shift to remote learning. The webinar will close with recommendations for course redesign to enhance learning in the time of coronavirus.

If you have questions, please contact webinars@asee.org.