Description: Work with a discussion-based engineering course in sustainable building. Your unit might include active learning approaches such as case studies, and would include formative and aligned summative assessments. Example activities include instructor-led discussion guiding students to identify real world problems related to sustainability, group activities developing potential solutions or assessing existing solutions.
Semester(s) an intern might contact: Fall or Spring
Institution: UW Madison
Department(s): Civil and Environmental Engineering
Intern background needed: Engineering; Interest in sustainability
If we do not have face-to-face instruction in fall 2020: Will offer with some synchronous online component
Course: Sustainable Building and Materials
Course info: Discussion-based course for upper level undergraduate and graduate students. 10~20 students
Course time/day (fall 2020): Mon and Wed 4:00PM – 5:15PM
Challenges a project might address include: Developing aligned summative assessments
Potential Inter Guest Teaching Topics/Units (weeks 6-10 of the semester): life cycle assessment, energy efficiency, or new sustainability technologies and more- the faculty partner is flexible and will be happy to work with the intern on this.
Teaching strategies of interest:
Teaching strategies currently used: Connecting course with real world student experiences, case studies, active learning, ‘performance’ assessment (e.g. presentation, mock grant proposals), collaborative learning
Please Contact: Bu Wang <firstname.lastname@example.org>