Workshop T2 Transforming Classroom Engagement – How is MATLAB in the game?, Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre, Tuesday, 10. December 2019

AAEE2019 Conference Workshop (Conference Attendees Only)
Transforming Classroom Engagement – How is MATLAB in the game?
OVERVIEW OF WORKSHOP 
Flipped classrooms, project-based learning, collaborative learning spaces, computational thinking – are all examples of the evolution of modern engineering education. There is simply an expectation that the teaching and learning experience in 2019 should be very much different to that of 1999. Fostering curiosity, empowering students to apply and discover, are all critical in successfully engaging with today's engineering student. In parallel to the modernization of engineering education, MATLAB too has evolved over the last 20 years. A blinking command prompt and a blank white page with Courier New font, seems as dated today as the “chalk and talk” lecture deliveries of 1999.
So, have you embraced modern MATLAB, which is built for today’s learning environment?
In the first half of this session we’ll demonstrate the latest MATLAB features and resources, that support classroom modernization. Specifically:1. How is Computational Thinking enabled by the new MATLAB desktop environment?2. How does MATLAB ONLINE support content shareing within the classroom? 3. How does MATLAB GRADER automate classroom assessments and what analytics are produced?
In the second half of this session we’ll demonstrate MATLAB’s current capabilities in Machine Learning and Deep Learning for engineering applications. And we’ll explain how the MATLAB user experience differs to alternate platforms for teaching AI.
The difference can be encapsulated in the question: “Do you want your students working on challenges at the cutting edge of Computer Science … or, do you want your students working on challenges at the cutting edge of Engineering?
Optional (but recommended) Prerequisites for attending this session:• Bring your Laptop, Mac, or tablet• During this session attendees will have the opportunity to experience first-hand the WEB based version of MATLAB (aka MATLAB ONLINE), as well as the Web based auto-grading tool MATLAB GRADER.• No software needs to be installed, but you will need to login to the sessions using your MathWorks account. If you don’t have an account, please create one before attending this session:o
Ken Dunstan & Bradley Horton

Tuesday, 10. December 2019, Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre, Workshop T2 Transforming Classroom Engagement – How is MATLAB in the game?

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