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International Journal of Engineering Pedagogy

May 28, 2018 Volume 8, Number 3

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Number of articles: 10

  1. Extending STEM Education to Engineering Programs at the Undergraduate College Level

    Ashraf Zaher & Issam Damaj, American University of Kuwait

    Science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) education is gaining wide attention. STEM education assimilates rigorous disciplines and requires diverse skills. Effort to promote and... More

    pp. 4-16

  2. Engineering Education in an Integrated Setting

    Richard Wood; Alexander McGlashan, Niagara College; Chang Moon & Woo Kim, Hoseo University

    This paper serves to give brief overviews of key issues in five case studies in engineering technology stand-alone project based courses within a standard scholastic framework. The courses were... More

    pp. 17-27

  3. Student Video Viewing Habits in an Online Mechanics of Materials Engineering Course

    Jordan Hildebrand & Benjamin Ahn, Iowa State University

    This paper investigated the video viewing habits of students in a sophomore-level, online Mechanics of Materials (MoM) course offered in Spring 2017 and how those habits affected student course... More

    pp. 40-59

  4. Interdisciplinary STEM through Engineering Design-based Reasoning

    Robert Mayes & Bryon Gallant, Georgia Southern University 1332 Southern Drive Statesboro, GA 30458; Emma Fettes, Richmond Hill High School 1 Wildcat Dr Richmond Hill, GA 31324

    Interdisciplinary STEM programs are in demand for United States middle schools (ages 11 to 13 years) and high schools (ages 14 to 18). The Real STEM Project collaborated with 12 schools to develop ... More

    pp. 60-68

  5. "A Generator": A Mini Hydroelectric Apparatus as Renewable Source of Energy

    Secil Satir, Member ID: 10445 Membership Type: Individual Membership Name: Secil SATIR; Yildirim Kestane & Sertan Dogru

    Abstract--The matter is considered in the scope of sustainability and initially the basis and content of the term is defined. Based on this definition, the qualities of water and water energy are... More

    pp. 81-92

  6. Multivariate Analysis of Students Perception on Teaching with Client Based and Non-Client Based Team Projects

    Philip Appiah-Kubi, University of Dayton

    The classroom experience has evolved from traditional lecture, PowerPoint and whiteboards to a more active environment where students and instructors work together more on hands-on activities to... More

    pp. 93-103

  7. Project-Based Approach in a First-Year Engineering Course to Promote Project Management and Sustainability

    Pooya Taheri, Simon Fraser University

    To safeguard the environment and satisfy the energy needs of the present, without compromising the ability of future generations to do the same, sustainable energy development is urgently needed.... More

    pp. 104-119

  8. Trial for E-Learning System on Information Security Incorporate with Learning Style and Consciousness Factors

    Kiyoshi Nagata, Daito Bunka University; Yutaka Kigawa, Musashino Gakuin University; Tomoko Aoki, Heisei International University

    In Japanese higher educational institutions as in universities, many studies and practices on e-learning have been reported, but the state of trial and errors are still continuing. Thus, we propose... More

    pp. 120-136

  9. Challenge-based Learning: The Case of Sustainable Development Engineering at the Tecnologico de Monterrey, Mexico City Campus

    Jorge Membrillo-Hernández, Miguel Ramírez-Cadena, Carlos Caballero-Valdés, Ricardo Ganem-Corvera, Rogelio Bustamante-Bello, José Benjamín-Ordoñez & Hugo Elizalde-Siller, Monterrey Institute for Technology and Higher Education

    Recently, The Tecnologico de Monterrey (ITESM) in Mexico has launched the Tec21 Educational Model. It is a flexible model in its curriculum that promotes student participation in challenging and... More

    pp. 137-144

  10. Dual Education: The Win-Win Model of Collaboration between Universities and Industry

    Monika Pogatsnik, Obuda University

    The purpose of this paper is to describe the new experiences of the dual training model in engineering education in Hungary. This new model has been introduced recently in the higher education and ... More

    pp. 145-152