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Virtual Electric Power Labs using MATLAB/Simulink/Simscape
Douglas Jussaume, University of Tulsa
Douglas Jussaume, Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Tulsa The COVID pandemic initiated the development of virtual power labs for EE 3033 Electric Power Systems at the University of Tulsa. The ...

Subject: Engineering

Real time concept mapping: Challenges in the face of Covid-19
Gautam Sethi, Bard College
Gautam Sethi, Center for Environmental Policy, Bard College The semester of spring 2020 began on a high note for me. I had taught this modeling course before so I only had to do a limited amount of prep. Learning ...

Subject: Mathematics

Three Challenges to Online Teaching: Engagement, Observation, and Cheating
Kendra Wallis, The University of Texas at Arlington
Kendra Wallis, Materials Science and Engineering, The University of Texas at Arlington Engineering problem solving lends itself pedagogically to an active learning approach. In face-to-face classes, this involves ...

Subject: Engineering

Teaching Data Analysis and Geostatistics with MATLAB
Sandra Vega, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de Mexico
Sandra Vega, Centro de Geociencias, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de Mexico I have taught Data Analysis and Geostatistics for about 4 years and I have used MATLAB for most of the lab exercises. I found that ...

Subject: Geoscience

Computational Assignments in Linear Algebra
Rick Downs, Seattle Community College-South Campus
Rick Downs, , South Seattle College The first Linear Algebra course for undergraduates attracts a wide variety of students. Some students are math majors, but there are many more students majoring in data science, ...

Subject: Mathematics

Teaching Computational Thinking Skills from the Student's Early Years Through College
Samuel Olatunbosun, Norfolk State University
Samuel BO Olatunbosun, Computer Science, Norfolk State University Overview Computational thinking (CT), a popular term that experienced a surge of popularity in the 2000s, refers to a broad range of psychological ...

Subject: Computer Science

Adaptive learning with MATLAB tools for Electric Circuit
Zekeriya Aliyazicioglu, California State Polytechnic University-Pomona
Zekeriya Aliyazicioglu, , California State Polytechnic University-Pomona Last couple of years, I have been focusing to teach low level electric circuit courses using flipped classroom approaches. I have ...

Subject: Engineering

Was that a vee or a nu? Challenges to collaborative learning in a virtual space
Benjamin Bratton, Vanderbilt University
Benjamin Bratton, Lewis-Sigler Institute for Integrative Genomics, Princeton University Mid-semester spring 2020, our university moved all of its instruction into a virtual format, including the introductory ...

Subject: Computer Science, Chemistry, Physics, Biology

Giving Students an Introduction to Model-based Design in a Distance-Learning Environment
Michael Thorburn, California State University-Los Angeles
Michael Thorburn, , California State University-Los Angeles The College of Engineering, Computer Science and Technology at Cal State LA requires each of its graduates to complete a year-long capstone senior-design ...

Subject: Engineering

Online is a lot Different from In-Class Computer Instruction
Paul Watta, Henry Ford Community College
Paul Watta, Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Michigan - Dearborn Because of the Covid virus, we have had to transition to remote learning. It's a lot different and a lot harder than it ...

Subject: Engineering, Computer Science