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International Journal of Engineering Pedagogy

Oct 23, 2018 Volume 8, Number 5

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Number of articles: 7

  1. Data Visualization in Engineering Pedagogy through Determination of Colour Variance in Contaminated Grass Samples

    Conor White & James Uhomoibhi, Ulster University

    Big Data and Data Analytics have in recent times become important areas of focus in academia, in business and in society. This paper utilises experiments involving data visualisation of oil... More

    pp. 4-18

  2. A Win-Win Strategy to Integrate Sustainability Objectives in Product Design – An Educational Approach

    Abdelfattah Soliman & Ali Al-Bahi, King Abdulaziz University

    Most existing educational design approaches focus on discipline-specific modules, while those based on a generic product concept rarely target sustainability goals. With the increasing interest in ... More

    pp. 29-43

  3. A Validity and Reliability Study of the Engineering and Engineering Education Attitude Scale (EEAS)

    Özgen Korkmaz, Amasya University Technology Faculty Department of Computer Engineering; Meltem Kösterelioğlu, Amasya University Education Faculty Department of Education Administration; Mehmet Kara, Amasya University Technology Faculty Department of Mechanic Engineering

    In literature it was not possible to find a proven valid and reliable scale to measure students’ attitudes towards engineering profession and engineering education. The objective of present... More

    pp. 44-57

  4. Tracing Pedagogical Progression on the Doctoral Level

    Pia Lappalainen, Aalto University

    While much has been written about cognition and intellect as factors enhancing researcher productivity, less is known about the mental processes impacting scholarly endeavors. The anxiety stemming ... More

    pp. 58-73

  5. Reference SLE Didactics Framework Proposal for Moroccan Middle School Teachers: Immunology as a Model

    Nourdine Elmazouni, Morocco; Abdeslam Rihane & Malika Tridane, Regional Center for Education and Training Casablanca Anfa, Bd BirAnzarane Casablanca. Morocco., Morocco; Said Belaaouad, Laboratory of Physical Chemistry of Materials LCPM, Ben M'Sik Faculty of Sciences, P. B. 7955. Bd. Driss El Harti. Hassan II University of Casablanca. Morocco., Morocco

    Abstract—Immunology, by the nature of its concept, is of considerable benefit for the translation of the objectives of health education and teaching of sciences of life and earth (SLE) namely, the ... More

    pp. 74-88

  6. Knowledge and Experiences of Safety and Health Occupation Risks among Students

    Ivana Tureková, Constantine the Philosopher University in Nitra Tr. A. Hlinku 1, 949 74, Nitra; Terézia Bagalová

    Occupational safety and health should be the subject of education, as it prepares students for their future occupation, and further adult education, including retraining. Nowadays, as society... More

    pp. 108-120

  7. Teaching Process Skills to Pre-Engineers using Situated Learning – A Case Study

    Pamela Maher, University of Nevada, Las Vegas; Janelle Bailey, Temple University; Allan Tucka, College of Southern Nevada

    In this case study, undergraduate students presented physics concepts to patrons at a planetarium. This created an early opportunity for these pre-professionals to practice the process skill of... More

    pp. 121-147