Dr. Lieselle Trinidad’s Profile

Faculty
active 3 years, 5 months ago
Dr. Lieselle Trinidad
Title
Assistant Professor
Department
Career and Technology Teacher Education
Office Location
Midway 202
Academic interests

Mechanical Engineering, Design, STEM, Finite element modelling, biomechanics

Work Phone
(718) 260-5973

My Courses

Computers in Education-Spring 2015

Computers in Education-Spring 2015

A hands-on computing literacy course on how microcomputers can improve teaching and learning environments. Emphasis is placed on the process of planning, designing and implementing pedagogical techniques that best facilitate student learning. Topics include word processing, spreadsheet and database management systems, interactive multimedia software, Internet and World Wide Web.

EDU3640 Computers in Education, Spring 2017

EDU3640 Computers in Education, Spring 2017

A hands-on computing literacy course on how microcomputers can improve teaching and learning environments. Emphasis is placed on the process of planning, designing and implementing pedagogical techniques that best facilitate student learning. Topics include word processing, spreadsheet and database management systems, interactive multimedia software, Internet and World Wide Web.

IND 2401 – Furniture design

IND 2401 – Furniture design

Introduces art and science used in designing furniture. Topics include: Fundamental ideas of function and social use; Form, spatial organization, and typological orders; Structural integrity and composition; The design principles and design process; Materials selection and fabrication processes; Marketing and professional practice; and an historical overview of furniture design. Includes hands-on design projects.

EDU3640 Computers in Education, Spring 2016

EDU3640 Computers in Education, Spring 2016

A hands-on computing literacy course on how microcomputers can improve teaching and learning environments. Emphasis is placed on the process of planning, designing and implementing pedagogical techniques that best facilitate student learning. Topics include word processing, spreadsheet and database management systems, interactive multimedia software, Internet and World Wide Web.

EDU3640 Computers in Education, Fall 2015

EDU3640 Computers in Education, Fall 2015

A hands-on computing literacy course on how microcomputers can improve teaching and learning environments. Emphasis is placed on the process of planning, designing and implementing pedagogical techniques that best facilitate student learning. Topics include word processing, spreadsheet and database management systems, interactive multimedia software, Internet and World Wide Web.

My Projects

Personnel Committee

Personnel Committee

College Council Personnel Committee Site

Living Lab Fourth Year Fellows

Living Lab Fourth Year Fellows

This is a collaborative space for use by the Fourth Year Faculty Fellow participants in the General Education Seminar, part of City Tech’s Title V grant-funded initiative A Living Laboratory. This seminar will concentrate particularly on the fourth year of the student experience at our college, a critical year for our students as their participation in capstone courses, internships and global learning prepares them to engage in the work force at a greater capacity and prepare for graduate education.

Living Lab Fellows

Living Lab Fellows

This project archive compiles the experiences of the Living Lab General Education Seminar Fellows over the 5 year period of the grant. It includes the reflections of participants and compilations of course portfolios with links to OpenLab course sites.

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