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International Journal of Engineering Pedagogy

Feb 22, 2019 Volume 9, Number 1

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Number of papers: 9

  1. Circuit Theory E-Assessment Realized in an Open-Source Learning Environment

    Marko Neitola, University of Oulu, Faculty of Information Technology and Electrical Engineering (ITEE), Circuits and Systems (CAS)

    This study discusses university-level e-education on circuit theory. Automatic assessment activities were realized in the learning environment Moodle with symbolic math enhancement plugin STACK.... More

    pp. 4-18

  2. Classification of Evaluation Methods for the Effective Assessment of Simulation Games: Results from a Literature Review

    Niluefer Faizan, Alexander Löffler & Robert Heininger, Technical University of Munich; Matthias Utesch, Staatliche Fachober- und Berufsoberschule Technik München; Helmut Krcmar, Technical University of Munich

    As a current trend in teaching, simulation games play an active and important role in the area of technology-based education. Simulation games create an envi-ronment for scholars to solve real... More

    pp. 19-33

  3. Rolling Labs – Teaching Vehicle Electronics from the Beginning

    Felix Huening, Michael Hillgaertner & Michael Reke, University of Applied Science Aachen Eupener Strasse 70 52066 Aachen Germany

    This paper describes the pedagogical approach to teach vehicle electronics at the University of Applied Science Aachen. As vehicle electronics is getting more and more complex, in particular with... More

    pp. 34-49

  4. Evaluating STEM Education in the U.S. Secondary Schools: Pros and Cons of the «Project Lead the Way» Platform

    Melissa Stebbins; Tatiana Goris, Pittsburg State University , USA, United States

    Starting in 1990-s, the Project Lead the Way (PLTW) program became one of the most known and favorable interdisciplinary STEM platforms in K-12 education in the United States. Moving away from the ... More

    pp. 50-56

  5. Lighting as an Important Factor of Students’ Work Environment

    Ivana Tureková, Constantine the Philosopher University in Nitra Tr. A. Hlinku 1, 949 74, Nitra; Danka Lukáčová & Gabriel Bánesz

    Good work conditions for students at the university are important for education quality and that is the reason why we should pay adequate attention to the factors of work environment in those... More

    pp. 57-67

  6. Application of Problem Based Learning in Mechanics of Machines Course

    Jacek Uziak & Venkata Kommula, University of Botswana

    The predominant educational methods in engineering education follow traditional classroom teaching, with some elements of tutorials and lab work. Although, there has been a growing tendency in... More

    pp. 68-83

  7. Knowledge and Skills Level of Graduate Civil Engineers Employers and Graduates’ Perceptions

    Abdullatif AlMunifi, Sana'a University; Arwa Aleryani, Saba University

    The Civil Engineering Program at Sana'a University, Yemen aims to provide quality education that develops students’ knowledge, skills and aspirations in preparation for a career, nationally and... More

    pp. 84-101

  8. New Technologies as a Driver for Business Success

    Andreas Probst, HTL Ried Molkereistraße 2 A-4910 Ried im Innkreis; Gabriele Schachinger, Gerald Kalteis & Armin Fischer

    In Austria technical education is taught at federal secondary colleges of engineering (HTL) at a quite high level of ISCED 5. Despite mechanical engineering, de-sign with industrial standard 3D... More

    pp. 102-112

  9. Integral Control and Anti-Windup Experiments

    Chiu Choi

    Integral control is one of the methods for reducing steady-state error in a feedback control system. This method is frequently used in manufacturing and industrial control processes. It is an... More

    pp. 113-125