Igor Tyukhov, Moscow Power Engineering Institute (National Research University) (MPEI), 1972, Ph.D., 1979. More than 35 years teaching various physics and engineering disciplines (from general physics to solid state physics, photovoltaics and semiconductor lasers) and conducting research work on solar energy, semiconductor physics and technology, renewable energy, MPEI, 1975-2002. Deputy Chair Holder of the UNESCO “Renewable Energy” at the All-Russian Research Institute for Electrification of Agriculture, 1997-2017. Adjunct Prof. of San Jose State University, Charles W. Davidson College of Engineering from 2018. Teaching ME 170 Solar Energy Engineering, ME115 Thermal Energy Engineering Lab, ENGR102 Renewable Energy Engineering, EE221 Principle of Semiconductor Devices. From 2018 15 papers and talks were published and presented at high level journals and conferences.
Introduction Rubrics To “Energytainment” Thermal Engineering Lab And Energy Engineering Courses
The use of scoring rubrics to assess students’ reports, project, assignments is now widely established as an efficient and effective means of providing information about students’ performance and proficiency in writing reports, solving theoretical or practical problems. The complexity is appearing in determining whether, and to what extent, a given rubric is valid, reliable and fit for purpose in the multidimensional situation like diversity of students on background, language, previous study, age, technical experience and so on. Possible solutions can be found through shared negotiation and dialog about scoring and visible progress during the semester related to the student’s goals.