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International Journal of Engineering Pedagogy

Nov 18, 2011 Volume 1, Number 3

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Number of articles: 8

  1. World Tendencies of Higher Education Development and Foreign Language Training in Russian Engineering Education

    Tatiana Polyakova & Viacheslav Prikhodko, MADI

    The paper reveals the main world tendencies of higher education development and their content. It describes their influence on the trends of foreign language training development as a component of ... More

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  2. Interactive Computer Aided Learning and Teaching of Analytical Mechanics

    Aare Aan, Mati Heinloo & Eino Aarend, Tehnikainstituut, Kreutzwaldi 64, Tartu 51014

    The aim of this paper is to introduce a new possibility for learning Analytical Mechanics via internet. This subject belongs to the field of engineering, the theoretical parts of lecture materials ... More

    pp. 4-8

  3. The Reduction of Interest Among Elementary Students in the Field of Technical Education

    Tomas Kozik & Ivica Handlovska, Constantine The Philosopher University in Nitra, Dražovská 4, 949 74 Nitra

    There are several factors that bring down student interest in technical education within Slovakia and other European Union countries. Authors of this article have now considered one effective... More

    pp. 9-12

  4. Can and Should Social Competence be Taught to Engineers?

    Pia Lappalainen, Aalto University

    The traditional focus in engineering syllabi on technical abilities has been well substantiated by the types of knowledge and skills required in industrial processes. However, the emerging... More

    pp. 13-19

  5. Externally Funded Research and ?Development ??Projects in Perspective of Learning

    Rauno Pirinen, Laurea University of Applied Sciences

    The focus of this study is on stunted-centered learning activity ‎which ‎collaborates ‎learning ‎and research in an interoperative ‎way ‎and shares the regional-national ... More

    pp. 27-36

  6. Teaching Strategies for Direct and Indirect Instruction in Teaching Engineering

    Tiia Rüütmann & Hants Kipper, Tallinn University of Technology

    It is important to select the proper instructional strategy for a specific learning outcome in teaching engineering. There are two broad types of learning outcomes: facts, rules and action... More

    pp. 37-44

  7. Evaluation of Intelligent Agent Frameworks for Human Learning

    Mohamed Soliman & Christian Guetl, Institute for Information Systems and Computer Media, Graz University of Technology

     Pedagogical Agents are intelligent agents supporting learning in virtual learning environments, VLE. The use of the multi-agent society model inhabited with intelligent virtual agents has... More

    pp. 45-48

  8. How To Improve Listening Skills for Technical Students

    Galina Artyushina, Olga Sheypak, Andrey Khovrin & Viktor Spektor

    pp. 49-50