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Assessment and Evaluation of a Comprehensive Course Modification Plan

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This manuscript describes the assessment and evaluation of a course modification plan at Lawrence Technological University. In 2009, Lawrence Tech initiated a comprehensive process to transform its undergraduate engineering curriculum by incorporating more team-based and problem-based learning activities into approximately 70% of the courses that comprise the engineering curriculum. To measure the success of this transformation, a multiple instrument approach for program evaluation and assessment was developed. This manuscript describes the development of the assessment and evaluation plan as well as results that demonstrate early success.
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Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: 2011-12-01

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