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International Journal of Engineering Pedagogy

May 07, 2015 Volume 5, Number 2

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 4

  1. A Rubric to Enrich Student Writing and Understanding

    Teresa Larkin, American University

    The importance of effective communication, both written and oral, has been widely documented within the STEM community. In fact, the ability to communicate effectively is a skillset that is often... More

    pp. 12-19

  2. From STEM to STEAM: Strategies for Enhancing Engineering & Technology Education

    Andy Connor, Sangeeta Karmokar & Chris Whittington, Auckland University of Technology

    This paper sets out to challenge the common pedagogies found in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) education with a particular focus on engineering. The dominant engineering... More

    pp. 37-47

  3. Advances In Mining Engineering Education: A Case For Learning Communities

    Michael Hitch, University of British Columbia, Department of Mining Engineering

    Mining engineering involves the design, planning and management of operations for the development, production and eventual rehabilitation of resource extraction. These activities draw on a diverse ... More

    pp. 48-53

  4. Using Social Learning Methodologies in Higher Education

    María-Estrella Sousa-Vieira, José-Carlos López-Ardao, Manuel Fernández-Veiga, Miguel Rodríguez-Pérez & Cándido López-García

    It is commonly accepted that contemporary cohorts of students witness and experience the benefits of information technologies in their learning processes. The so-called ``digital natives'' acquire,... More

    pp. 64-72