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Appropriate TED Talk videos can be found through https://www.ted.com/talks or on YouTube. It is recommended that you consider important skills you would like to better develop that are critical to success in college and engineering. This includes, but is not limited to, time management and organization, teamwork, failure, leadership, ethics, communication, and more. Students are expected to watch five (5) videos and write a 200 word summary on each. These summaries are due throughout the semester (see deadlines below)._____________________Just select 1 video and write the 200 summary about it, make sure it’s related to engineeringAnd please don’t write about ( how a driverless car sees the road) because i already wrote about it thanks!
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BENJAMIN M. STATLER COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING AND MINERAL RESOURCES
FUNDAMENTALS OF ENGINEERING
CUMULATIVE COURSE PORTFOLIO
ENGR 101 – SUMMER 2019
The Fundamentals of Engineering Program (FEP) provides significant academic support and a variety of
educational and social opportunities for new students to help them adjust to the new responsibilities of
university life and to succeed in their chosen major. First year engineering courses (ENGR 101, 102, 150, 155,
191, and MAE 102), are designed to help students build problem solving skills and technical communication
skills. Strong teamwork and communication skills are essential to a successful engineering career, and students
begin developing and honing these skills in their first college courses.
The Cumulative Course Portfolio accounts for a 5% of the overall course grade in this class. In order to receive
credit, students must meet the rubric requirements listed in this policy.
Throughout the semester, students will build an electronic portfolio of their engineering course work and
watch TED Talk videos related to important engineering skills. Additionally, students must maintain an Excel
spreadsheet based on the course syllabus that tracks their performance in class. Towards the conclusion of the
semester, students will write a reflection essay on their cumulative experiences from the course and related
assignments, and at the end of the semester submit their final electronic portfolio through their MIX account’s
Google Drive.
TED Talk Videos
Appropriate TED Talk videos can be found through https://www.ted.com/talks or on YouTube. It is
recommended that you consider important skills you would like to better develop that are critical to success in
college and engineering. This includes, but is not limited to, time management and organization, teamwork,
failure, leadership, ethics, communication, and more. Students are expected to watch five (5) videos and write
a 200 word summary on each. These summaries are due throughout the semester (see deadlines below).
Reflection Essay
Reflect up on your two course projects. Discuss your experiences as a team member, your team dynamic, and
team leadership style(s). Did you experience any conflicts, and if so how were they handled? Do you see
differences or improvements in team dynamic between project 1 and 2? How can you use what you learned in
the modules, in your assigned readings, and from the TED Talks to improve your contributions as a team member
on future projects? Why is teamwork important in engineering in general?
Excel Gradebook
Students must maintain an Excel spreadsheet based on the course syllabus that tracks their performance on all
graded work (including assignments, quizzes, exams, and projects) and computes the weighted average to
correctly calculate the overall course grade. This spreadsheet should accurately track student performance in
their engineering class throughout the semester. It is the student’s responsibility to update this document as
grades are received, then include the final spreadsheet in their electronic portfolio.
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Deliverables
All assignments are due at 11:59pm on the due date listed







TED Talk Summary #1, May 15
TED Talk Summary #2, May 20
TED Talk Summary #3, May 27
TED Talk Summary #4, June 03
TED Talk Summary # 5, June 10
Reflection Essay, June 17
Electronic Portfolio and gradebook, June 20
A sample portfolio can be found at https://tinyurl.com/FEPCCP . Further instructions for completing and
sharing the electronic portfolio can be found at the end of this policy.
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ELECTRONIC PORTFOLIO INSTRUCTIONS
(1) In Google Drive, create a folder with your engineering course number, section number, and last
name, separated by an underscore. For example, ENGR101_001_GADDE. All content and folders
below should be created in this master folder.
(2) Create a folder called “Assignments”. Upload all your personal assignments into this folder. They
should be named using the following system:
Lastname_AssignmentName (for example, GADDE_GrandChallengesEssay)
(3) Create a folder called “Course Materials and Notes”. Upload all PowerPoints, supplemental
readings, personal notes you took, and other course-related materials into this folder. Name the
files appropriately.
(4) Create a folder for each project you had in the course, if any. Names these folders “Project #”.
Upload all relevant assignments into the appropriate folder. This may include the team charter,
gantt chart, project description, presentations, technical report, meeting minutes, grading rubrics
etc.
(5) Upload the course syllabus.
(6) Upload your reflection essay, named following the same format as assignment files.
(7) Upload your completed gradebook, named following the same format as assignment files.
(8) Following the instructions on the next two pages, get the “sharable link” and upload this link to the
assignment in eCampus.
You can view a template Portfolio here: https://tinyurl.com/FEPCCP
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STEPS TO GET SHARABLE LINK FOR GOOGLE DRIVE FOLDER
1. Click the arrow next to the laster folder name, then click Share
2. Click “Get sharable link” in the upper right corner.
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3. Select the drop down arrow, then click “More”
4. Select “On – Anyone with the link”, then click Save.
5. Finally, copy this link into the eCampus assignment submission box and submit!
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GRADING RUBRIC
Total Points
Possible
Category of Evaluation
Required Verification of Event Attendance
50 Points
5 Summaries
4 Summaries
3 Summaries
2 Summaries
1 Summary
0 Summaries
Required Essay Length
Five Full Pages – double spaced, 12 pt font, normal margins
Four Full Pages – double spaced, 12 pt font, normal margins
Three Full Pages – double spaced, 12 pt font, normal margins
Less than 3 Full Pages – double spaced, 12 pt font, normal margins
Self-Reflection and Growth
15 Points
25 Points
50
40
30
20
10
0
15
10
5
0
Demonstrates ability to self-reflect; discuss frustrations and growth through experiences; seeks to
find possible weaknesses and ways to improve upon them; answers all prompted questions
25
Gives a more cautious self-reflection; one-sided analysis of frustrations and growth through the
experiences; may identify weaknesses but does not seek solutions to them; answers some of the
prompted questions.
15
Little self-reflection; does not discuss frustrations or growth; does not completely answer
prompted questions
Connection Between Course Objectives and Event Experiences
0
10 Points
Makes clear connections between course objectives, course content, and videos watched
10
Makes general connections between course objectives, course content, and videos watched
5
Makes little, if any, connections between course objectives, course content, and videos watched
0
Electronic Course Portfolio
Contains all assignments; Follows organization guidelines correctly; Gradebook is included and upto-date
Contains most assignments; Follows organization guidelines adequately; Gradebook is included but
may not be up-to-date
Lacks multiple assignments; Does not follow organization guidelines; Gradebook is missing multiple
assignments or is not included
None submitted
50 Points
50
35
15
0
150 Total Possible Points
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