Asee glf recognition_v6.1


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Asee glf recognition_v6.1

  1. 1. Global Leadership Forum Recognition The ASEE Excellence Program Final report
  2. 2. What are the goals of recognition ?     To highlight creativity, innovation, and excellence in engineering education To recognize those who are catalysts for creating 21st century engineering leaders To promote the adoption/adaption of successful programs To encourage more rigorous self reporting
  3. 3. Who will be recognized ?     Individuals or Groups Institutions Organizations Engineering programs that demonstrate how they have helped to create the ideal 21st century engineer
  4. 4. What is a 21st Century Engineer ? Engineers who  Are T-shaped innovators  Can just as well “make a job” as “take a job”  Are multidisciplinary systems thinkers  Can work well in teams  Know how to compete for collaborators to assemble the most important resources for their projects
  5. 5. Who can nominate a “candidate” for recognition ?  Anybody  Students  Alumnae / Alumni  Higher education faculty and administration  Industry employees, managers, executives  Others with an interest in promoting excellence in engineering education
  6. 6. What is the process ?       This is a continuous process using social media Nominations are made through  Twitter using the hashtag #ASEEExcellence  Posts to the LinkedIn group ASEEExcellence  email should be sent  Others as they become in widespread use The nomination must contain a link to content supporting the nomination  Website  YouTube  SlideShare ASEE staff will assess nominations weekly against the selection criteria rubric Nominees selected for recognition will notified of their selection by ASEE with a link to a form they must complete The ASEE Excellence page will list those recognized with links to material that can be used for replication and a contact point for additional information
  7. 7. How will the recognition program be promoted ?  The ASEE Excellence Program must be widely communicated to ensure the fullest participation  ASEE web page, daily “First Bell”, and social media outlets  Professional societies beyond ASEE such as IEEE and ASCE  Organizations such as APLU and ISSIP  University systems and private institutions  Community colleges  Others
  8. 8. What are the evaluation criteria ?           Access / Diversity Excellence / Quality per investment per student Effective use of industry mentorship opportunities Teamwork & systems thinking Interdisciplinarity & holistic design thinking Social media savvy & network thinking Online portfolio of projects & big data thinking Co-curricular support Application of current learning theory Replicability / Scalability / Continuous Improvement
  9. 9. What will the recognition look like ?  ASEE to determine the range of possibilities  Listing on the ASEE web site  Certificate of recognition  Memento  Invited session at the annual ASEE conference w/honorarium  Monetary recognition …
  10. 10. Will there be a pilot of the recognition system?    No Since this will be a continuous process, not annual, it will be launched and expected to grow as the program becomes acknowledged across the engineering communities A periodic review will be held to evaluate the program, especially the selection criteria and rubric, adjusting to the changing environment
  11. 11. Backup Materials
  12. 12. End Simplified process flow No Yes Resubmit? Nomination via social media Stud ents Alum High er ed Indus try … ASEE evaluation against rubric Access / Diversity Excellence /Quality Mentorship Teamwork Interdisciplinarity Social media savvy Online portfolio Co-curricular support Current learning theory Replicability / Scalability No Selected? Nominator notified Yes Nominator/ nominee notified Nominee completes form Recognition published End
  13. 13. Access / Diversity  The population includes the full range of minorities, females, and first generation college students. It is representative of the region served with ≥75% of females and URMs in that population.
  14. 14. Excellence / Quality per investment per student  Demonstration of excellence apparent (accreditation and or program data, etc). Large number and diversity of students achieve program outcomes and benefit from an effective and efficient program design and execution
  15. 15. Effective use industry mentorship opportunities  There are established long term partnerships that allow students industry experience with bidirectional feedback and metrics to allow the program to be continuously improved
  16. 16. Teamwork and systems thinking  Courses include a multidisciplinary team project with industry mentor
  17. 17. Interdisciplinarity and holistic design thinking  Team projects tackle multiple aspects of analyzing and design improvements to improve holistic systems (cities, university campus, hotel, cruise ships, etc.), engaging with stakeholders in the real world system
  18. 18. Social media savvy and network thinking  Social media is used throughout for communication including students, faculty, and administration. This should include at least three types of social media not including web sites or email.
  19. 19. Online portfolio of projects and big data thinking  Program has an effective portfolio system in place to demonstrate student achievement throughout the program. Program uses a big data approach to student success and achievement including use of alumni and employer data for program improvement.
  20. 20. Co-curricular support  Students have a variety of experiences outside of class that enhance learning-opportunities to participate in clubs, organizations, internships, coop options, career preparation. Majority of students participate. Data available that demonstrate the value of co-curricular activities. The program faculty integrate these opportunities into the program experience.
  21. 21. Application of current learning theory and tools  Program elements designed based on some aspect of the research on how students learn (e.g. active learning, scaffolding, formative and summative assessment, etc..), supports included for different types of learning styles, includes the integrated use of educational technology that supports learning
  22. 22. Replicability / Scalability / Continuous improvement  Data generated through continuous improvement and other information from program evaluation points to features of the program that are replicable and scalable.
  23. 23. Complete rubric ASEE GLF Recognition Rubric
  24. 24. What is ISSIP ?   The International Society of Service Innovation Profession promotes the professional development, education, research, practice, and policy work of its member individuals and institutions working hard to improve our world’s diverse, interconnected, complex service systems Service is defined as the application of knowledge for mutual benefit