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International Journal of Engineering Pedagogy

Feb 28, 2017 Volume 7, Number 1

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Number of articles: 9

  1. Velocity Feedback Experiments

    Chiu Choi, University of North Florida, Jacksonville, Florida, USA., United States

    Transient response such as ringing in a control system can be reduced or removed by velocity feedback. It is a useful control technique that should be covered in the relevant engineering laboratory... More

    pp. 4-16

  2. An Arts-Based Instructional Model for Student Creativity in Engineering Design

    Brian Laduca & Adrienne Ausdenmoore, University of Dayton; Jen Katz-Buonincontro, Drexel University; Kevin Hallinan & Karlos Marshall, University of Dayton

    Over the past twenty years, nearly all job growth in the United States has emerged from new companies and organizations with assumedly innovative products, services, and practices. Yet, the... More

    pp. 34-57

  3. The Role of the Preparatory Year in the Selection of Engineering Specialization: A Case Study

    Omar Asfour, Dept. of Architectural Engineering, Islamic University of Gaza

    At many universities, students who get enrolled at faculties of engineering are required to study a preparatory year before they begin their specialized academic programs. This year includes... More

    pp. 58-68

  4. A Team Formation Framework for Managing Diversity in Multidisciplinary Engineering Project

    Shawqi Hussein, Mahmudul Hasan & Mohammed Murtuza, Advanced Informatics School, Universiti Teknologi Malaysia

    Team formation is one of the essential elements in constructing effective teamwork of any team size that requires different skill sets. Diversity in team encourages students to challenge and... More

    pp. 84-94

  5. ICT Collaboration Tools for Virtual Teams in Terms of the SECI Model

    Monika Davidekova, Faculty of Management Comenius University in Bratislava Odbojárov 10 820 05 Bratislava 25 Slovakia; Jozef Hvorecky, Vysoká škola manažmentu Panónska cesta 17 Bratislava, Slovakia (Slovak Republic)

    Nowadays, the current state of development of information and communication technology (ICT) connects individuals across time and space in one common environment, that is accessible for anyone, the... More

    pp. 95-116

  6. Comparison of Two Team Learning and Team Entrepreneurship Models at a Finnish University of Applied Sciences. Setting the Scene for Future Development

    Pasi Juvonen, Saimaa University of Applied Sciences

    This team learning and team entre-preneurship model of education has been deployed at the Bachelor’s level in the degree programmes of IT and Business Administration (BA). In BA studies the... More

    pp. 117-135

  7. Topic Order in Introductory Physics and its Impact on the STEM Curricular Ladder

    Teresa Larkin, American University

    Introductory physics courses are an important rung on the curricular ladder in STEM. These courses help to strengthen students critical thinking and problem solving skills while simultaneously... More

    pp. 136-150

  8. An Inclusive Musical Mechatronics Course

    Dale Carnegie, Mo Zareei, Jim Murphy & Craig Watterson, Victoria University of Wellington

    This paper presents the design of a novel course in mechatronics, based on a project-based learning pedagogical philosophy that uses music as the theme to introduce to a diverse range of learners, ... More

    pp. 151-172

  9. Standards-Based Grading in a Thermodynamics Course

    Scott Post, Lincoln Agritech

    Standards based grading is a formal assessment mechanism that tests for student achievement of specified learning objectives, or standards. Standards-Based-Grading has been gaining in popularity in... More

    pp. 173-181