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  • 1. Glenda MayoConcrete, Soils and Masonry Lab - Collaborative Assignment High Impact Practices

2. This exam is typically taken by students close to graduating from a Construction Management Degree and is a precursor to the Certified Professional Constructor Exam. Students are ranked nationally with other Construction Programs. Current areas of weakness: Engineering Concepts (structures and soils) Materials, Methods, and Project Visualization * But above National Average in areas of safety and administration 3. Activity Learning OutcomeAssessment of Learning Outcome Knowledge levelAfter reading handouts, students will be able to respond correctly to questions regarding written terms for the masonry tools, products, codes and standards, and construction methods.Online pre-test.Comprehension Guest Speaker from Masonry Industry: Students will be able to Homework assignment requiring a written lab describe (orally and written) terms for the masonry tools, products, "instruction" sheet. codes and standards, and construction methods. Application Students will apply what they have learned in handson application of their lab instruction sheet.Soils Concrete Masonry Day (see attached Exhibit 1). Analysis Soils Concrete Masonry Day (see attached Exhibit 1). Synthesis Video will be taken on event day. Students will be asked to explain the process they are completing while working on their project. Students will be able to verbally explain the process using correct terminology. Evaluation Video will be taken on event day. Students will be asked to explain the process they are completing while working on their project. Students will be able to verbally explain the process using correct terminology.Students will apply what they have learned in handson application of their lab instruction sheet.Rubric developed to assess the student's ability to verbally explain the project and more specifically, the part of the project they are currently working tasked to complete. (video)Online post-test to assess that students have developed a better understanding of the teminology based on their pre-test. 4. Post -testGuest SpeakerPre-testReading Assignment and HomeworkLab Instruction Sheet 5. Outcome 1, Experimentation Analysis Ability to design experiments to investigate scientific or engineering questions through selection and use of methods and equipment for data collection Outcome 2, Teamwork: Ability to organize and/or participate in an appropriate multidisciplinary project team. Outcome 3, Engineering Problems: Ability to apply knowledge and to identify, formulate, and solve engineering problems. Outcome 4, Communication: Ability to gather information from varied sources, resolve inconsistencies, integrate that information into the task objective Outcome 5, Modern Tools: An ability to use the techniques, skills, and modern engineering tools necessary for engineering practice 6. Continuing to Improve the Lab Instructors Refection: 1. Using new lab equipment and new soils lab area. 2. Refine rubric 3. Refine homework assignment to align better with the hand-on lab assignment (include lab reports). 4. Gap analysis to ensure AIC information is covered 7. Masonry Day Video