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Evidence-Based Instructional Practices: Introduction to Transportation Engineering

With increasing transportation workforce needs, low numbers of students entering the pipeline, and limited hours within undergraduate civil engineering programs, it is important to ensure that civil engineering students receive adequate preparation and exposure to career opportunities in the transportation engineering field. Thus, it is more important than ever to promote the highest quality instruction of transportation engineering classes within civil engineering programs and specifically the introductory transportation engineering course. This webinar aims to present activities that have been successfully implemented in transportation engineering classes from exemplar educators across the world. 

Learning Objectives:

  • Demonstrate novel evidence based transportation engineering instructional practices to a national audience of transportation educators.
  • Build a community of practice of transportation engineering instructors who are willing to share successful classroom activities to maximize student learning outcomes.
Contributors
Kevin Chang and Stephanie Ivey

Fees: Free for all
This fee includes a web event recording, webinar evaluation, and certificate of completions.

Additional Attendees at one Location: Must also register for this event if they would like to earn PDH credit. 

PDF of Presentations:
Webinar Contributors typically provide a PDF of their presentations; but this may vary on a case by case basis. If they are provided, ITE will upload the presentations into the resources tab of this event within 24 hours of the event.

PDH/CM Credit:   .5