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Food Engineering for Food Scientists

Overview BEE 472/572 Introduction to Food Engineering Principles (5 Cr.) Fundamental engineering principles for scientists and non-process engineers. Topics include fluid flow, mass and energy transfer, and material and energy balances. Directed at food scientists and other majors who need … Continue reading

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Common Pitfalls of Online Course Design #1: Upload your course materials, then call it a day

Wouldn’t that be great? Upload your materials, and simply let a Blackboard/Canvas robot monitor discussion, grade activities and assessments, and provide useful comments, and maybe even encouragement. ┬áIs that where we’re headed? Maybe so if we follow the trend of … Continue reading

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Balancing field experiences, F2F, and web-based learning

The course that I am transforming into a hybrid course is TCE 309: Field Practicum (3 quarter credits). This course is designed for undergraduate students who want to explore teaching in formal and/or informal settings by allowing them to engage … Continue reading

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Eric’s Hybrid Course in a Nutshell

Course: SED 412/512 Foundations of Technology in Teaching Math and Science At its core, the course I am redesigning for hybrid delivery focuses on educating pre-service teachers on effectively integrating technology into mathematics and science classrooms. This naturally involves a … Continue reading

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