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Journal of STEM Education

Jul 07, 2006 Volume 7, Number 1

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Number of articles: 12

  1. Student Perceptions Of Communication: Undergraduate Engineers? Views Of Writing And Speaking In The Classroom And Workplace

    Julie Ford

    This article presents the results of a small-scale empirical study investigating engineering students? perceptions of writing in the classroom and workplace. It asks questions regarding the types... More

    Language: English

  2. International Editorial Advisory Board Members

  3. JSTEM Back Cover

  4. Quantifying Aluminum Crystal Size Part 1: The Model-Eliciting Activity

    Heidi Diefes-Dux, Margret Hjalmarson, Judith Zawojewski & Keith Bowman

    Model-eliciting activities (MEA), specially designed client-drive, open-ended problems, have been implemented in a first-year engineering course and in secondary schools. The educational goals and ... More

    Language: English

  5. Annals of Research on Engineering Education (AREE)

    Language: English

  6. Quantifying Aluminum Crystal Size Part 2: The Model-Development Sequence

    Margret Hjalmarson, Heidi Diefes-Dux, Keith Bowman & Judith Zawojewski

    We have designed model-development sequences using a common context to provide authentic problem-solving experiences for first-year students. The modeldevelopment sequence takes a model-eliciting... More

    Language: English

  7. Applying a Competency- and Problem-Based Approach for Learning Compiler Design

    Ahmed Khoumsi & Ruben Gonzalez-Rubio

    Our department has redesigned its electrical engineering and computer engineering programs completely by adopting a learning methodology based on competence development, problem solving, and the... More

    Language: English

  8. Instructions for Authors

  9. Laboratory E-Notebooks: A Learning Object-Based Repository

    Ilior Abari, Samuel Pierre & Hamadou Saliah-Hassane

    During distributed virtual laboratory experiment sessions, a major problem is to be able to collect, store, manage and share heterogeneous data (intermediate results, analysis, annotations, etc)... More

    Language: English

  10. Design and Assessment of an ?Engineering? Course for Non-Majors

    Sheryl Sorby, Douglas Oppliger & Norma Boersma

    As a profession, engineering is not well understood by the general public. Engineers are perceived as "geeks" who love math and who have few interests outside of technical work. In short, the... More

    Language: English

  11. Contribution Form

  12. JSTEM Front Cover