Jarman Derrick Hauser
Topics of current interest to engineering students. Offered: AWSp.
ENGR 202 is designed to give students both practical experience and contextual understanding of the complex issues in STEM education, both through hands-on tutoring in MESA's after school program, and through supplemental readings and discussion.
Student learning goals
General method of instruction
Class will meet Fridays, every other week for group discussions based on selected reading and Go-Post entries.
Class assignments and grading
Tutoring Students are required to tutor either once or twice a week for at least 1 hours per week. This component of the class should be viewed as a second lecture; that is, students will set a time and commit to it for the duration of the quarter. These times cannot be changed over the course of the quarter. Students will also keep a tutoring log of hours and submit them at the end of the course.
Tutoring Log Students are required to submit a tutoring log for tutoring assignment that should be signed by either the teacher or the volunteer coordinator at each site. 10 or more tutoring hours must be fulfilled in order to receive credit in the course.
Credit/No Credit grading