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International Journal of Engineering Pedagogy

May 12, 2016 Volume 6, Number 2

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Number of articles: 6

  1. Thinking Like an Engineer: Using Engineering Habits of Mind and Signature Pedagogies to Redesign Engineering Education

    Bill Lucas & Janet Hanson, Centre for Real-World Learning West Downs Campus The University of Winchester SO22 5HT United Kingdom

    In order to attract more young people into engineering and ensure that they are well equipped to meet future professional challenges we need to know how successful engineers think and act when... More

    pp. 4-13

  2. A Final Touch for the Environmental Engineering Students at the Onset of their Profession: Senior-Year Graduation Design Project – Case Study for 2014-2015

    Ebru Dulekgurgen, Özlem Karahan Özgün, Gulten Yuksek, M. Pasaoglu, Cem Unalan, O. Bicer, Zuhal Cetinkaya, Isa Isik & B. Oner, Istanbul Technical University

    This study reports the results of problem/design-based education offered by the Environmental Engineering Department of Istanbul Technical University (ITU) through an example of the senior-year... More

    pp. 23-29

  3. Rapid Prototyping of Interactive Storytelling and Mobile Augmented Reality Applications for Learning and Entertainment – The case of “k-Knights”

    Dimitris Markouzis & Georgios Fessakis, University of the Aegean, Rhodes, Address: Dimokratias 1 Ave, 'Kleovulos' Building, Rhodes, P.O. 85100, Greece

    Mobile Augmented Reality (MAR) Technology in combination with Interactive Storytelling (IS) enables the design of new kinds of technology enhanced learning and entertainment applications. The... More

    pp. 30-38

  4. Authorship and Content Analysis of Engineering Education Research: A Case Study

    Sadia Nawaz, University of Melbourne, VIC, Australia; Johannes Strobel, University of Missouri

    In this paper, Engineering Education as a discipline has been analyzed by taking IEEE Transactions on Education (IEEE T Educ) as a case; to examine the various trends that have been emerging over... More

    pp. 39-51

  5. A3 Learning System: Advanced Active and Autonomous Learning System

    Akiko Takahashi, Yasuhiro Kashiwaba, Toshiaki Okumura, Toshihiko Ando, Kuniaki Yajima, Yoshihiro Hayakawa, Motomu Takeshige & Tatsuo Uchida, National Institute of Technology, Sendai College

    This paper proposes the Advanced-Active-Autonomous (A3) Learning System, which is an educational system based on the use of information and communication technology. The A3 Learning System is a... More

    pp. 52-58

  6. Inquiry Base Experiment: The Effect of Plasma on Glass Surface Properties

    Lindsey Kabot, Tanner Worden, Ashley Matsushita & Ryan Hernandez; Nina Abramzon, Physics and Astronomy Department California Polytechnic University Pomona

    In this paper we present an experiment for the undergraduate plasma processing course. Students were exposed to a laboratory experience that very closely resembles real-life research by performing ... More

    pp. 65-67