EEC197T - Tutoring In Electrical And Computer Engineering1-3 units - Fall, Winter, Spring Quarters
Discussion/Laboratory: 2-8 hours
Prerequisites: Upper-division standing; consent of instructor
Grading: Pass/No Pass; based on one written report (20%); class participation/instructor's evaluation (80%)
Catalog Description: Tutoring in Electrical and Computer Engineering courses, especially introductory circuits. For upper-division undergraduate students who will provide tutorial assistance.
Expanded Course Description:
Course content will vary depending on course for which student is tutoring. Typically, students will provide tutorial assistance either in a group or on an individual basis for laboratory exercises, homework assignments and understanding of lecture/reading material. Assistance may take the form of reviewing/discussing the material, providing guidance in problem solving, or conceptual understanding of basis principles. A one-hour discussion each week will focus on topics to be covered during subsequent week's laboratory/discussion sections. In addition, some pedagogic material on course objectives design and teaching methods will be relaxed each week.
Computer Usage: Variable, depending on course in which student is tutoring.
Professional Component: Engineering Breadth
Engineering Science: 0 units
Engineering Design: 0 units
Prepared by: T. S. Chang