Dr. Estell authors papers
Dr. John K. Estell, professor of computer engineering and computer science, was the lead author of two papers, and co-author of a third, presented at the 2011 American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE) Annual Conference, held June 26-29 in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.
Estell co-presented the paper, “Mentoring with Index Cards: An Early Introduction to Formative Assessment for New Faculty,” with Dr. Nathaniel Bird, assistant professor of computer science and computer engineering; Dr. Firas Hassan, assistant professor of electrical and computer engineering was also a co-author.
Estell also presented the paper, “Program Educational Objectives: What Constitutes Sufficient Assessment?”, co-authored by Dr. Stephen Williams of the Milwaukee School of Engineering.
Estell additionally served as a co-author of the paper, “Practical Interpretation of Student Evaluations for Starting Professors,” which was presented by Dr. Walter Schilling, BSEE ’97 of the Milwaukee School of Engineering.
Estell was one of five invited presenters for a workshop organized by the First-Year Programs Division titled, “I Hadn’t Thought of Doing That: Sharing Best and Unique Practices in the Classroom.”