Fig. 2. Results and its analysis 2.1 The students' conception of engineering´s action in society Before the training, students responded to a survey aimed at finding out their perspective on: the engineering action in contemporary society, positive and negative contributions, and about the most important values in the performance of the engineering profession. Relative to the most important values for the practice of the engineering profession, Figure 1 shows the results in the categories identified in the responses. Fig.
Some of the ones that I found most interesting were as follows – Engineering Graphics and Design, Probability and Statistics, Project Management and Economics, Materials and Methods of Building Construction, Reinforced Concrete Design, Reinforced Steel Design, and Pavement Design and Performance. All of these classes have taught me skills such as Building Information Modeling (BIM), Building cost estimation, and how to manage the construction of buildings and other infrastructure Now at this point in my career, I know that when I move on the master’s program of construction engineering and project management that I will only be expanding my knowledge and expertise. At this time, my focus has been on improving infrastructure so that it can be more accessible for the entire community, but especially focused on the disabled. I want to focus on researching methods to maximize accessibility of infrastructure while minimizing cost and upkeep, whether it be the method in which the infrastructure it designed or the materials that are used in it’s
First and foremost, s/he should be knowledgeable and proficient in English. This is because when s/he masters the language, including its cultural connection with the language, s/he is able to help students understand and obtain sufficient information about the language, s/he is able to help students understand and obtain sufficient information about the language. Additionally, s/he should have effective teaching methods which are suitable for different contexts and learners. In my experience as an English teacher, regardless of who students are, where they study or what their level is, opting for an appropriate method enables teachers to help their students better learn the language. Finally, a teacher’s personality plays an important role in their students’ rate of improvement.
As well, for the rest of the school day they are doing other subjects, like math, science. The traditional perspective has changed because the teachers are focused on teaching to teach social studies, math or science and these effective tactics are designed to help these students to achieve their goals. But these teachers will require more to improve their educational methods and simplify or modify the way of newcomer acquire the English Language. As seen in the past, those instructions were inadequate and ineffective. As in the of ignoring of these students and expecting them to learn where they didn’t know the language.
It would also help me to learn global standards in this field and become aware of the worldwide competition, which I consider would be a great help for me to make a strong contribution in the field of Mechanical Engineering. Your university with its unique graduate program in Mechanical Engineering and with its commitment to foster intellectual excellence is remarkable and attractive to embark upon an academic career. I look forward to a challenging career in this field which may even be arduous and demanding at times but I am confident that with my sincerity and dedication, I will be able to make a meaningful contribution to the on going research developments and live up to the high standards expected of your university. Given an opportunity, I shall strive to channel my unbridled efforts into more productive
For this experience, I was given the opportunity to receive knowledge of the outside world through scientific tools and instruments. I was given the opportunity to be a mentor judge at the Thomas Alva Edison Regional Science Fair. With grade level ranging from middle school to high school, I was given the opportunity to evaluate the thoroughness and skills of their presentations. I was able to conduct and ask questions about the students' work and give constructive suggestions on their methods, conclusions, hypothesis, displays, and presentation. Through the interviews, I gained the valuable opportunity to hear out every student will and background of their individual project.
Design courses like Reinforced cement concrete, Design of steel structures, Theory of structures introduced me to codal provisions and laboratory courses helped me to get strong in theoretical part of the subject. I also equipped with sufficient knowledge in the subjects like Strength of materials, Surveying, Building drawing, Soil mechanics, Construction management and Administration, etc. During my engineering third year I had developed interest in environmental and water resource engineering and done an internship for a period of one month in Aarvee Associates Architects Engineers & Consultants Pvt.Ltd on a project named conservation of lakes in Hyderabad and involved in various activities such as i)Identification of lakes on google earth, topographical sheets. ii)Finalisation of basins for lakes. iii)Full
As a learner of exam classes, I found skills more difficult than other tasks due to my previous learning experience as I was never taught how to develop sub-skills, how to focus on key words, etcetera. Learners have similar problems while preparing for exams. The interest in teaching exam classes is due to the following: Focusing on learners` weak points. Making lessons more motivating, enjoyable, relevant. Providing a course for lower level learners.
(2005) investigated the attitudes towards distance education and readiness levels of those in all the educational units of Gazi University in terms of human power resources and tried to determine what type of distance education courses were needed and in what field they were required, as well. Ağır et al. (2008) investigated the attitudes of primary school teachers working in private schools and state schools towards distance education, and it was seen that the attitude levels of teachers towards distance education proved to be positive and close to a moderate value. In another study (Inman et al., 1999), the attitudes of students and teachers towards distance education were examined, and as a result, the attitudes of the teachers were observed to have been contradictory. The teachers stated that they would like to provide distance education courses once again but added that the quality of these courses was lower than that of classical education or was sometimes equal to it.
In the flow of preoccupied conceptions of completing the English subject course/syllabus, even teachers too, in many cases, unknowingly and unwittingly skip the required objectives in an ESL class. There are a number of hurdles including the teacher’s individual perceptions about teaching of English. The dilemma occurs at individual level as to whether to teach the content of the text or to focus upon the linguistic aspects of it. However, teaching of text without concentrating and sparing of time more on skills continues for the examination purpose, i.e. written