Shane Brown is the pastor of The Prayer of Faith Ministry - an independent ministry located in the Porter/New Caney area of Texas. Shane is a man who is dedicated to reaching as many people as possible with the Gospel of Jesus Christ, and for the teaching and preaching of The Word without compromise. His ministry includes healing the sick, casting out demons, and exposing all manner of false doctrine. Shane personally prays with and counsels people in person, over the telephone, and through the internet. For those who have ears to hear the truth, Shane's Bible-based teachings will help equip you in your walk with the Lord.To contact Shane, go to his website:www.prayerfaithministry.com
An author team specializing in the elements of student learning.Both Brown and Poor are particularly interested in how students learn and, more specifically, how students can learn engineering more effectively. nbsp; Shane Brownis an Assistant Professor in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at Washington State University. Shane teaches courses in mechanics, structures, fluid mechanics, and water resources engineering. Shanersquo;s research area is in engineering education, with a focus on how students learn concepts of civil engineering. He investigates the processes and reasons and causes for the processes of conceptual change. Conceptual change is the modification of ideas, beliefs, concepts, and models integrating these three over the course of a course and curriculum. Shane also develops research-based curricular materials that target specifically studentsrsquo; misconceptions and tests these materials using concept inventories. nbsp; Cara Pooris a Clinical Assistant Professor in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at Washington State University. Cara teaches courses in mechanics, water resources engineering, open channel flow, hydraulics, and integrated civil engineering design. Her teaching style includes active learning exercises and conceptual learning. Cara has developed classroom tools and techniques to aid studentsrsquo; conceptual understanding.