Here is our group’s Interactive Learning Resource.
Here is the blueprint.
Instead of curb cuts one example of universal design in engineering I can think of automatic doors. From my point of view, automatic doors are probably designed for disability people. For example, wheelchair can easily go through an automatic door,… Continue Reading →
Inquiry-based learning can also be treated as research-based learning. From my perspective, inquiry-based learning refers to the establishment of topics from our real life, solving real-world problems and discovering the material, finally learn the knowledge. Students discover problems, doing experiments, collect… Continue Reading →