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9 June 2020: A Fresh Look at Ignitions - Part 1

10 June 2020: A Fresh Look at Ignitions - Part 2

11 June 2020: Distributed Learning Retrospective

2 June 2020: How to introduce VOLTAGE to your students

3 June 2020: A 3 point voltage test for success

4 June 2020: A little electronics, a little magnetism

26 May 2020: Exploring the Power Split Function of a Hybrid Planetary Gear Set

27 May 2020: ICE as an Emission Control

28 May 2020: All about the new R1234yf refrigerant and the new systems with it

19 May 2020: Taking the mystery out of SCR - Part 1

20 May 2020: Taking the mystery out of SCR - Part 2

21 May 2020: Taking the mystery out of SCR - Part 3

12 May 2020: Learning & i[Teaching]i DSO's: Using scopes to enhance student learning - Part 1

13 May 2020: Learning & i[Teaching]i DSO's: Using scopes to enhance student learning - Part 2

14 May 2020: Learning & i[Teaching]i DSO's: Using scopes to enhance student learning - Part 3

5 May 2020: An instructor led lesson on MAP sensors - Part 1

6 May 2020: An instructor led lesson on MAP sensors - Part 2

7 May 2020: Ideas on creating video and online presentations

28 April 2020: Teaching adjustable and non adjustable alignment angles - Part 1

29 April 2020: Teaching adjustable and non adjustable alignment angles - Part 2

30 April 2020: Teaching adjustable and non adjustable alignment angles - Wrap

21 April 2020: New Relay Technologies

22 April 2020: Best Relay Technology practice

23 April 2020: Recapping Relay Technology

14 April 2020: Part 1: Engine Light Is On, How Do We Turn It Off?
15 April 2020: Part 2: Engine Light Is On, How Do We Turn If Off?
16 April 2020: Part 3: Grading It Out

7 April 2020: CAN Bus Teaching Techniques
8 April 2020: Using Superheat/Subcooling for AC Diagnosis
9 April 2020: Reflections of what we've learned so far

2 April 2020: Best practices from Distributed Learning attendees (not recorded) 

1 April 2020: Maintaining accreditation standards remotely - guest Mike Coley President of ASE Education Foundation

31 March 2020: R1234 YF A/C standards &explanation of IHX

Files from this session: PT chart Cycle Diagram Superheat Subcool Instructors PPT (forthcoming)

26 March 2020: A Different Look At Teaching Valve Timing

25 March 2020: Managing a virtual discussion group

24 March 2020: How to demonstrate voltage drop using someone else's hands

23 March 2020: Creating elements to teach remotely, part 2

19 March 2020: How to build a lesson plan to teach remotely

Files from this session: Lesson plan Video storyboard Learning log Distance learning resources

18 March 2020: Teaching automotive & diesel in isolation

 

RESOURCES FOR TEACHING IN ISOLATION: 

 

Free trial of Electude until the end of the semester: https://www.electude.com/free-trial contact workfromhome@electude.com info flyer here

 

Scanner Danner Premium is free for educators during the pandemic : https://www.scannerdanner.com/join-scannerdanner-premium/subscribe-to/3-scannerdanner-premium.html

 

James Haldermans resources are free during the pandemic: https://jameshalderman.com/registration/

 

Automotive Educators Forum on LinkedIn

 

Automotive Educators on Facebook

 

Presentation resources, PPTs and handouts are now located and organized by presentation here (you will need to be logged in to have access): sectors/availableTraining/

 

Resources available for download:

Diesel emissions standards demystified

A Hands-On Approach to Ohm's Law and DC Circuits

45 Tips to Improve Your Program’s Viability

Teaching the Basics of CAN with Information at the DLC

Speed & Position Sensors Instructor Handout

CAN Bus Instructor Handout

GDI Instructor Handout

Introduction to the digital storage oscilloscope (DSO)

Teaching Computer Control using Cause and Effect Relationships Hands-On

A Fresh Look at Ignition

Electrical Diagnostic Strategies for Today's Vehicles

 

Other Resources:

Automotive Educators Forum on LinkedIn

Tim Gilles

Safety Data Sheets (SDS)

 

 

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Please let everyone know the C-12 trainers are working great, they are a big hit with all the top brass when they stop by for a site visit. The students love that lab portion they all really seem to understand the Cat systems more at the end than when they  rst get to class. You can see that light bulb go off in their head after the  rst couple of bugs. Thanks!

CM1(SCW) Ingram, Mickey, CM Advanced School Instructor, NCTC Gulfport, MS

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