Monthly Archives: October 2015

Engineers Meet the Real World: Engineering Ethics

A couple years back I took a class that changed the way I view people, my career, and the world.  Surprisingly it was an engineering ethics class.  I say surprisingly because most of the ethics classes I have taken in … Continue reading

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To be filled or to be fulfilled

Accept the passive role! Fill your bucket from the knowledge that I give you! Only my knowledge can fill your bucket! While reading for this week I kept having flashbacks to classrooms in which I learned to be the passive … Continue reading

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Loss of Control = Terrifying

We have talked so much about how important it is that students feel comfortable in a class room to create a good learning environment.  It’s clear that there is no room for bigotry, racism, or any prejudice of any kind.  It’s important … Continue reading

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