CENTER FOR ENGINEERING EDUCATION DEVELOPMENT
ANU BOSE College of Engineering and Technology has established the Center for Engineering Education Development (CEED) to encourage and foster innovations in teaching and learning. In alignment with the institution’s vision of New Age Engineering, CEED works with the faculty in the institution through capacity building initiatives to help implement student-centric teaching methodologies in their classrooms. CEED regularly organizes faculty development program on different topics to improve the awareness and knowledge of evidence-based pedagogical approaches among the faculty. CEED at ANU BOSE is comprised to faculty from different departments who work together to design and facilitate faculty development programs.
Faculty Development Program at the start of the semester
CEED organizes a faculty development program at the start of every semester for new faculty joining the institution. The program also incorporates sessions on additional topics such as Mentoring Students, Ethical Practices in Classroom, Classroom Management etc. Below are lists of sessions that are included in the faculty development program.
Blooms Taxonomy: Levels of Learning, Identifying the levels for the topics, designing the course outcomes using blooms taxonomy.
Student Centered learning: Active learning methods, Learning Styles, Managing large classrooms, Collaborative learning.
Effective Assessment: Principles of assessment, Designing formative and summative assessments, creating rubrics
Technology-Enhanced Learning: Integrating technology in classroom, Flipped classroom, Creating course website, Online courses.
Creating Teaching Philosophy and Teaching portfolio.
- Outcome-Based Education: Designing program-specific outcomes (PSOs), program outcomes (POs) and mapping them to the course outcomes (COs).