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CIDER recognizes Mantu Hudait, associate professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering, for Using his many years of industrial experience to structure courses that teach students how to use course materials to solve relevant, real-world problems.
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The Center for Instructional Development and Educational Research (CIDER) recognizes Mantu Hudait, associate professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering, for Using his many years of industrial experience to structure courses that teach students how to use course materials to solve relevant, real-world problems. Dr. Hudait actively uses student feedback to guide and develop his teaching approach.

Dr. Hudait works to cultivate an open atmosphere and incorporate real-life examples in his courses (ECE 4214, ECE 5206. According to him, “teaching is not dumping knowledge,” but instead it is fostering students’ learning by placing the course material within the context of real-world problems. In course evaluations, students often comment positively on Dr. Hudait’s approach to teaching.

A crucial aspect of Dr. Hudait’s approach is his incorporation of his own experiences in the industry into his classes. Students’ responses on evaluations demonstrate their appreciation of Dr. Hudait and his teaching:

Posted on Mon 04/9/12. Contact: mantu.hudait@vt.edu