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International Journal of Engineering Pedagogy

May 19, 2017 Volume 7, Number 2

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Number of articles: 8

  1. Assessing Self-Regulation of Learning Dimensions in a Stand-alone MOOC Platform

    Daniel Onah & Jane Sinclair, The University of Warwick CV4 7AL Coventry

    A capacity for self-regulated learning (SRL) has long been recognised as an important factor in successful studies. Although educational researchers have started to investigate the concept of SRL... More

    pp. 4-21

  2. The Students' Perspective Contribution: Rethink the Ethical Education of Engineering Students

    Fátima Monteiro, Instituto Superior de Engenharia de Coimbra

    The inclusion of ethics education in engineering courses has been recognized as fundamental. However, in Portugal this training component is present only in a small number of courses. Teachers are ... More

    pp. 22-35

  3. ICT-based Innovation and Employability for Women

    Marios Pappas, Yannis Papagerasimou & Athanasios Drigas, N.C.S.R. "DEMOKRITOS" - INSTITUTE OF INFORMATICS AND TELECOMMUNICATIONS - NET MEDIA LAB; Dimitris Raftopoulos & Pantelos Nikolaidis

    The utilization of ICTs in creating new jobs and eliminating gender based inequalities in employability and entrepreneurship, employs increasingly more researchers, governments and organizations... More

    pp. 36-47

  4. Measuring Engineering Faculty Views about Benefits and Costs of Using Student-Centered Strategies

    Eugene Judson & Lydia Ross, Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College Arizona State University; James Middleton & Stephen Krause, Ira Fulton Schools of Engineering Arizona State University

    Dispositions of 286 engineering faculty members were assessed to determine views about three student-centered classroom strategies and how frequently faculty used those strategies. The student... More

    pp. 65-78

  5. A Review of Embedded Systems Education in the Arduino Age: Lessons Learned and Future Directions

    Mohammed El-Abd, American University of Kuwait

    In this paper, the subject of embedded systems education in the Arduino age is examined. Arduino is an open-source microcontroller platform that has been widely popular in the past decade among... More

    pp. 79-93

  6. Resilient Learning: Towards Integration of Strategic Research Programmes, Higher Education Functions and Regional-National Development

    Rauno Pirinen, Laurea University of Applied Sciences

    In this study, the concept of Learning by Research and Development (R&D) is furthered to the world of more resilient learning in the setting of security related R&D projects for development of co... More

    pp. 94-108

  7. Cellular Automata as an Example for Advanced Beginners’ Level Coding Exercises in a MOOC on Test Driven Development

    Thomas Staubitz, Ralf Teusner & Christoph Meinel, Hasso Plattner Institute; Nishanth Prakash, Brown University

    Programming tasks are an important part of teaching computer programming as they foster students to develop essential programming skills and techniques through practice. The design of educational... More

    pp. 125-141

  8. Industrial Leadership that Inspires Managerial Communication as an Emerging Pedagogical Focus in Engineering

    Pia Lappalainen, Aalto University

    To explore the characteristics of effective industrial leadership, this work embarked on a quantitative effort to investigate requirements posed on leaders. Contrary to previous competence-based... More

    pp. 142-165