briefing you "set the stage" for learning. You paint a
picture of the module scenario, the mission that teams will face
and the roles students will play. Since ETE modules are taken from
actual problems in real life, you may want to stress that solutions
are to be realistic as well. Who knows, perhaps students will come
up with a solution that is original and warrants serious further
research. Your ability to make the learning activity as meaningful
as possible at this point cannot be overstated.
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