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Learning to Communicate in Science and Engineering: Case Studies from MIT (The MIT Press) epub ebook

by Jennifer Craig,James Paradis,Mya Poe

Learning to Communicate in Science and Engineering: Case Studies from MIT (The MIT Press) epub ebook

Author: Jennifer Craig,James Paradis,Mya Poe
Category: Writing Research & Publishing Guides
Language: English
Publisher: The MIT Press (February 5, 2010)
Pages: 272 pages
ISBN: 0262162474
ISBN13: 978-0262162470
Rating: 4.5
Votes: 854
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Case Studies from MI. To many science and engineering students, the task of writing may seem irrelevant to their future professional careers. This book goes to the heart of what it means to learn and communicate in the fields of science and engineering

Case Studies from MIT. By Mya Poe, Neal Lerner and Jennifer Craig. Foreword by James Paradis. At MIT, however, students discover that writing about their technical work is important not only in solving real-world problems but also in developing their professional identities. This book goes to the heart of what it means to learn and communicate in the fields of science and engineering. The students and teachers who appear in these cases engage us in the struggle to learn and teach.

Learning to Communicate in Science and Engineering Case Studies from MIT Mya Poe, Neal Lerner, and Jennifer Craig foreword by James Paradis The MIT Press Cambridge, Massachusetts London, England ( 2010 Massachusetts Institute of Technology All rights reserved.

This book goes to the heart of what it means to learn and communicate in the fields of science and engineering. It's a book full of insights for teachers in STEM fields as well as teachers of communication. And this book's insights are not only for those at elite schools like MIT but anywhere students struggle to make meaning in scientific fields. David R. Russell, English Department, Iowa State University).

To many science and engineering students, the task of writing may seem irrelevant to their future professional careers.

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The studies describe the on-the-ground realities of working with faculty, staff, and . Hardcover, 256 pages.

The studies describe the on-the-ground realities of working with faculty, staff, and students to achieve communication and course goals, offering lessons that can be easily applied to a wide variety of settings and institutions. Published March 31st 2010 by Mit Press (first published 2010). Apr 13, 2015 Catherine Siemann rated it it was amazing. Shelves: center-studies. Extremely useful work.

Mya Poe ; Neal Lerner ; Jennifer Craig ; James Paradis. Book Type: MIT Press. Pages: 272, Chapters 1-11. Topics: Engineering Profession. Online ISBN: 9780262310628.

The studies describe the on-the-ground realities of working with faculty . Jennifer Craig is Lecturer in Writing Across the Curriculum in MIT's Program in Writing and Humanistic Studies. Format Hardback 272 pages. Dimensions 178 x 229 x 17mm 612g. Publication date 31 Mar 2010.

Learning to communicate in science and engineering: Case studies from MIT. M Poe, N Lerner, J Craig. Race and Writing Assessment. Studies in Composition and Rhetoric. Volume 7. AB Inoue, M Poe. Peter Lang New York, 2012. Innovation across the curriculum: Three case studies in teaching science and engineering communication. JL Craig, N Lerner, M Poe. IEEE Transactions on Professional Communication 51 (3), 280-301, 2008.

Case studies and pedagogical strategies to help science and engineering students improve their writing and speaking skills while developing professional identities.

To many science and engineering students, the task of writing may seem irrelevant to their future professional careers. At MIT, however, students discover that writing about their technical work is important not only in solving real-world problems but also in developing their professional identities. MIT puts into practice the belief that “engineers who don't write well end up working for engineers who do write well,” requiring all students to take “communications-intensive” classes in which they learn from MIT faculty and writing instructors how to express their ideas in writing and in presentations. Students are challenged not only to think like professional scientists and engineers but also to communicate like them.This book offers in-depth case studies and pedagogical strategies from a range of science and engineering communication-intensive classes at MIT. It traces the progress of seventeen students from diverse backgrounds in seven classes that span five departments. Undergraduates in biology attempt to turn scientific findings into a research article; graduate students learn to define their research for scientific grant writing; undergraduates in biomedical engineering learn to use data as evidence; and students in aeronautic and astronautic engineering learn to communicate collaboratively. Each case study is introduced by a description of its theoretical and curricular context and an outline of the objectives for the students' activities. The studies describe the on-the-ground realities of working with faculty, staff, and students to achieve communication and course goals, offering lessons that can be easily applied to a wide variety of settings and institutions.

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