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Evidence-Based Instructional Practices for the Professor: Strategies to Integrate into the Transportation Curriculum

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Evidence-Based Instructional Practices for the Professor:
Strategies to Integrate into the Transportation Curriculum
An ITE Learning Hub Webinar
Developed by the Transportation Education Council

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This webinar will discuss how integrating podcasts and online videos/sources in graduate and undergraduate courses will address breadth of transportation topics . Attendees will learn how including online sources in the curriculum will enhance critical thinking as it relates to transportation engineering and/or planning. The presenters will also discuss the integration of student-centered learning (SCL) into the transportation curriculum. Attendees will learn the basic concepts and methods of SCL, including an example of how it has been applied within a transportation curriculum.

Learning Objectives:

  • Participants will be able to identify online material available for use in undergraduate and graduate transportation courses.
  • Participants will be able to use online sources to develop breadth of transportation topics in their courses.
  • Participants will be able to use online sources to develop students’ critical thinking skills as it relates to transportation engineering.
  • Understand the basic concepts of student centered learning
  • Understand methods and example of SCL within a transportation curriculum
  • Review methods of assessment within an SCL framework.

Contributors
Rhonda K Young, P.E., PhD , Gonzaga University, Spokane, WA,USA
Presenting: Using Podcasts and Online Videos to Address Breadth of Transportation and Enhance Critical Thinkin
Michael Knodler, University of Massachusetts, Amherst, MA, USA
Presenting: Integrating Student-Centered Learning into the Transportation Curriculum
Fees: FREE
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Contributors

  • Michael A. Knodler, Jr.,Ph.D.

    Dr. Michael Knodler is a Professor in the Transportation Engineering Program in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at the University of Massachusetts at Amherst. In addition, he is Director of the UMass Transportation Center, which includes the Bay State Roads Program, the University of Massachusetts Traffic Safety Research Program (UMassSAFE) and newly formed Aviation Center, and is an Associate Director of the Arbella Insurance Human Performance Laboratory (HPL), which includes four different driving simulators. His main areas of research are related to traffic safety, operations, and design and he teaches classes in these same areas. Professor Knodler was in the inaugural class of team-based learning (TBL) fellows at UMass during the 2011-12 academic year. Professor Knodler has won several teaching awards, including the College of Engineering Outstanding Teacher Award in 2013, the James L. Tighe Teaching Award in 2011 and the ASCE Outstanding Teacher Award.

  • Rhonda Young, P.E., Ph.D.

    Rhonda Young is a professor in the Department Civil Engineering at Gonzaga University. She has been in academics since 2002 and at Gonzaga since 2015. Throughout her career she has taught various undergraduate and graduate classes in Transportation Engineering as well as freshman and sophomore engineering courses. Prior to joining the academic field, she worked as a consultant for 10 years in the transportation profession. Her research efforts includes projects in the planning, safety, and intelligent transportation areas

October 23, 2018
Tue 3:00 PM EDT

Duration 0H 30M

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