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Pedagogy and Preparation: Learning to be an Engineer

  • Rebekah S. Heppner
  • Reginald S. Lee
  • Hesborn O. Wao
Part of the Palgrave Studies in Urban Education book series (PSUE)

Abstract

The curriculum and how engineering professors present it are arguably the most important components of engineering students’ undergraduate experience. How well students learn, understand, and apply the curriculum largely determines their success in the academic enterprise. Indeed, the importance of improving engineering curriculum has garnered national attention.

Keywords

Cultural Capital Minority Student Engineering Student Interactive Learning Underrepresented Minority 
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Copyright information

© Kathryn M. Borman, Will Tyson, and Rhoda H. Halperin 2010

Authors and Affiliations

  • Rebekah S. Heppner
  • Reginald S. Lee
  • Hesborn O. Wao

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