BLENDED LEARNING STORIES IN ENGINEERING

  • Blended Learning Perception among Undergraduate Engineering Students

    Abstract—Technology is constantly evolving in more sophisticated forms giving new opportunities for educators to transfer learning into virtual space. New educational technology trends are associated today with blended learning where traditional methods of teaching merge with online sessions. Blended learning with its learner-centered approach has a potential to enhance the quality of teaching and learning. ...

  • Design course uses blended learning and legos to teach design skills

    Blend@UW past participant Robert Radwin was recently profiled on the Wisconsin Institute for Discovery website.

    Senior design courses are often the most crucial learning experience in an engineering student’s undergraduate career. However, industrial and systems engineering instructors have noticed that students sometimes struggle to finish their projects within the time constraints of the semester, often because ...

  • Flipping signal-processing instruction

    In this article, Barry Van Veen describes his experience flipping his classroom with the Wisconsin Collaboratory for Enhanced Learning at University of Wisconsin-Madison. In fall 2012 and spring 2013 he flipped his course design for ECE 431 and ECE 630 respectively. His experience convinced him that flipped instruction is an effective model for teaching signal ...

  • Flipping courses: Transitioning from traditional courses to a blended-learning approach

    This article gives an example of one approach to developing a flipped course. Some topics covered include design and delivery of a flipped course, how to create online components, evaluation, and resources for getting started.

    Fadell, Elizabeth (2013). Flipping courses: Transitioning from traditional courses to a blended-learning approach. Office of Quality Improvement, University of Wisconsin Madison. Retrieved ...