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A hybrid version of River Engineering in a nutshell

River Engineering and Restoration (BEE 446/546) is a design-based course in which students conduct field work, hydraulic modeling, and design calculations for a river restoration problem out in the community. Example projects include a small dam removal, replacing culverts that … Continue reading

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Avoiding Pitfall #5: Students learning from each other

For this assignment, I am considering how I can attempt to avoid pitfall #5 and promote effective peer-peer teaching among students. I am somewhat skeptical of many attempts at students teaching students. There are many ways this can get off … Continue reading

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