Using Guidelines from Cognitive Load Theory with Applications in the Traditional/Online Flipped Classroom Approach and Entrepreneurial-Minded Learning (EML)

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  • J. Santiago, J. Guo

Abstract

Using guidelines from Cognitive Load Theory (CLT), the College of Engineering (CoE) used a flipped classroom approach in two courses: (1) a freshman-level course entitled, Introduction to Engineering (EE110) for both the Electrical Engineering and Computer Engineering and (2) a senior-level course entitled, Communication Systems II (EE 463) with a focus on entrepreneurial-minded learning (EML) activities using the framework developed by the Kern Entrepreneurial Engineering Network (KEEN). The paper summarizes CLT’s key principles and guidelines. Key principles are illustrated with examples from EE110 and EE463.

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2019-06-30

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J. Santiago, J. Guo. (2019). Using Guidelines from Cognitive Load Theory with Applications in the Traditional/Online Flipped Classroom Approach and Entrepreneurial-Minded Learning (EML). Journal of Online Engineering Education, 10(1). Retrieved from http://onlineengineeringeducation.com/index.php/joee/article/view/24

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