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2014 ASEE Annual Conference & Exposition Proceedings
She conducts research on tools and techniques that can be readily applied in real engineering learning environments to improve student learning and teaching. In this respect her two prominent research contributions are with: 1) artefact-inspired discovery-based pedagogy, i.e., learning activities where students' exploration of STEM knowledge is self-directed and motivated by interactions or manipulations of artefacts; and 2) the development of faculty expertise in outcomes-based course designdoi:10.18260/1-2--23094 fatcat:bzrizndl7ngvdgybtim3c5ctey