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Forming powerful MBA teams using Lego architecture

2019 International Perspectives and Interactions in Education  
set task required groups to use the plastic blocks to create a scale model of a global, iconic skyscraper from the premium priced, Lego Architecture collection; Chicago's Willis Tower, Dubai's off shore  ...  The problem based learning exercise introduces students to two theoretical team-working frameworks, Belbin (Belbin, 2012) and Tuckman (Tuckman & Jensen, 1977) , before challenging groups to build a  ... 
doi:10.37074/jalt.2019.2.1.12 fatcat:abirg5an5rhwtgqbja4rgyazlu

Global Software Engineering Education Practice Continuum Special Issue of the ACM Transactions on Computing Education

Tony Clear, Sarah Beecham
2019 ACM Transactions on Computing Education  
ACKNOWLEDGMENTS We also thank the many reviewers who participated in this special issue; the final set of articles have benefitted from the constructive feedback.  ...  GSE Case Studies and Exercises In the final article, "Building LEGO Towers: An Exercise for Teaching the Challenges of Global Work," Šablis and colleagues "present a small-scale exercise that uses LEGO  ...  The exercise involves the students building two identical LEGO towers, working "as a virtual team with members separated in different locations, starting with an incomplete set of instructions and an incomplete  ... 
doi:10.1145/3294011 fatcat:ndrv4en56zfpzcmomjr3gt6nry

Teaching Software Engineering with LEGO Serious Play

Stan Kurkovsky
2015 Proceedings of the 2015 ACM Conference on Innovation and Technology in Computer Science Education - ITiCSE '15  
This paper describes the details of two LSP-based case studies along with many practical aspects of using LSP to teach software engineering.  ...  LSP has been successfully applied in higher education as a mechanism for team building and promoting creativity.  ...  The building challenge requires student to build a simple structure (a tower) in order to (re)acquaint students with the LEGO bricks.  ... 
doi:10.1145/2729094.2742604 dblp:conf/iticse/Kurkovsky15 fatcat:s3nb4hmeh5fqffvfmng2b7qtbe

The Use of Metaphors With LEGO® SERIOUS PLAY ® For Harmony and Innovation

Sean McCusker, Joanne Clifford Swan
2018 International Journal Of Management and Applied Research  
The method is applied to a teacher education department within a post-92 university, where despite differing views of the challenges facing the department, consensus is achieved through the building of  ...  This paper presents LEGO ® SERIOUS PLAY ® as a method of enabling members of staff with diverse expertise, experience and expectations to come together to work towards a shared strategic plan in the light  ...  The LEGO ® SERIOUS PLAY ® Method Warm-up Prior to the main workshop, participants were led through a series of increasingly complex 'warm-up' tasks, from building a tower, through to building model which  ... 
doi:10.18646/2056.54.18-013 fatcat:miofopwpibhcbj5klaq2zfpzjq

Tangling With Spaghetti: Pedagogical Lessons From Games

2009 Academy of Management Learning & Education  
Student teams compete to build weight resistant structures using only spaghetti sticks and sewing thread. Their written feedback forms the primary qualitative data for this study.  ...  However, the creation of "bilingual" graduates who have dual technical and managerial competencies is thwarted by students' inferior teamwork and interpersonal skills.  ...  The use of LEGO was found appealing to the students and provided an excellent medium for teaching design, programming skills, and creativity (Wang, 2001) .  ... 
doi:10.5465/amle.2009.44287936 fatcat:ldibww364rdodag6bxqbw5d7zm

Advancing Engineering Education in P-12 Classrooms

Sean Brophy, Stacy Klein, Merredith Portsmore, Chris Rogers
2008 Journal of Engineering Education  
We present several promising instructional models for teaching engineering in P-12 classrooms as examples of how engineering can be integrated into the curriculum.  ...  Engineering as a profession faces the challenge of making the use of technology ubiquitous and transparent in society while at the same time raising young learners' interest and understanding of how technology  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS The authors would like to acknowledge the National Science Foundation for its extensive funding of many of the projects mentioned in this paper.  ... 
doi:10.1002/j.2168-9830.2008.tb00985.x fatcat:bzjdzcjpv5cd7fugg3asfynory

Designing a Socio-Cultural Approach for Teaching and Learning Computational Thinking

Francisco Buitrago-Flórez, Giovanna Danies, Javier Tabima, Silvia Restrepo, Carola Hernández
2020 Nordic Journal of Digital Literacy  
Programming has been the main tool for CT development; nevertheless, several issues associated with learning and teaching programming exist and have been widely described.  ...  In this study, we designed and tested in a qualitative way a set of active pedagogical strategies to implement an alternative way to immerse university students in the learning process of CT development  ...  Acknowledgements: We would like to thank to the National Foundation of Science, Technology and Innovation of Colombia (COLCIENCIAS) for providing the resources for developing this project.  ... 
doi:10.18261/issn.1891-943x-2020-02-03 fatcat:ocs6r7d76rbvto3yzjh3glgdxe

Using Educational Robotics to Motivate Complete AI Solutions

Lloyd G. Greenwald, Donovan Artz, Yogi Mehta, Babak Shirmohammadi
2006 The AI Magazine  
Acknowledgements We thank Brian Summers for his efforts in testing the Bayesian network exercises. We thank Zachary Dodds and Jerry Weinberg for their feedback on drafts of this article.  ...  Step One: Building the Robot The main components of the robot needed for this exercise are a drive train for moving the robot parallel to the wall, axle sensors to read wheel rotations for use in odometry  ...  Contrasted to the obstacle-detection exercise described above, localization is considered a more challenging problem in need of intelligent solutions.  ... 
doi:10.1609/aimag.v27i1.1865 dblp:journals/aim/GreenwaldAMS06 fatcat:j2ysavafo5ezxiavl3i7lwmmjm

Computational Thinking Education through Creative Unplugged Activities

We propose a model consisting of four types of creative unplugged activities that are used in CS education and present the results of an international online survey in which 360 educators participated  ...  seen in the four types of activities.  ...  Here are examples for tasks of different types. Type 1: • Create an algorithm for building a tower with LEGO bricks with four persons as quickly as possible.  ... 
doi:10.15388/ioi.2019.11 fatcat:2pcbqjm6wvd5fb3cqo5u4vkqsu

Challenges and issues of STEM education

Anjum Qureshi, RCERT (Nagpur University), Chandrapur, India, Nazir Qureshi, Social Activist, Chandrapur, India
2021 Advances in Mobile Learning Educational Research  
This chapter discusses some of the challenges observed while encouraging children to learn STEM early and lists solutions.  ...  Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics, abbreviated as STEM, is a promising field with increasing popularity due to its benefits in the modern world of globalization and modernization.  ...  Acknowledgements The authors would like to acknowledge the Gram Panchayat (Elected Village Body) of Pellora Village in Chandrapur Distrct of Maharashtra, India for their support in completing this chapter  ... 
doi:10.25082/amler.2021.02.009 fatcat:p2yud6s2xnag5onebdkajhvady

Design Thinking in Education: Perspectives, Opportunities and Challenges

Stefanie Panke
2019 Open Education Studies  
The goal of the article is to describe the current knowledge base to gain an improved understanding of the role of design thinking in education, to enhance research communication and discussion of best  ...  Through a systematic literature review the article organizes case studies, reports, theoretical reflections, and other scholarly work to enhance our understanding of the purposes, contexts, benefits, limitations  ...  Panke et al. (2014) and Panke (2016) Marshmallow-Challenge team building exercise that involves building the tallest freestanding tower using dry spaghetti, a yard of tape, a yard of string and a marshmallow  ... 
doi:10.1515/edu-2019-0022 fatcat:y2ao4jmgmzerlhqs5djswngky4


Kathy Ralabate Doody
2017 International Journal of Teaching and Education  
This article will discuss strategies for teaching and encouraging novel play for children with ASD.  ...  Encouraging a child with ASD to engage in novel types of play can be challenging, especially if the child has limited play skills in his repertoire.  ...  It is difficult for a child to pretend she is a firefighter, for example, that a tower of blocks could be constructed into a toy bridge, or that a box is a castle, without ability to exercise the Theory  ... 
doi:10.20472/te.2017.5.2.006 fatcat:scvl7zidzraavmqa4r5j6wxuli

International Infusion in Practice – From Cultural Awareness to Cultural Intelligence

Angela Margaret Sutherland, David Edgar, Peter Duncan
2015 Journal of Perspectives in Applied Academic Practice  
the challenges.  ...  Observation, focus groups, policy analysis and quantitative analysis of student results are used to make sense of the intercultural pedagogic experiences of the students and potential implications for  ...  This creates challenges for incoming students as they try to adapt to new ways of learning, working with others and coping with assessments, and also for the staff who are teaching them (Warwick & Moogan  ... 
doi:10.14297/jpaap.v3i3.188 fatcat:rbyejvvxzfdrbmshkuwbmdcywq

Didactic Sequence for Teaching Exponential Function

Marconni Augusto Pock de Oliveira OLIVEIRA, M. A. P., Miguel Chaquiam CHAQUIAM, M., Natanael Freitas Cabral CABRAL, N. F., Gustavo Nogueira Dias DIAS, G. N., Cássio Pinho dos Reis REIS, C. P., Eldilene da Silva Barbosa BARBOSA, E. S., Jamile Carla Oliveira Araújo ARAÚJO, J. C. O., ANTONIO THIAGO MADEIRA BEIRÃO BEIRÃO, A. T. M., Katiane Pereira da Silva SILVA, K. P., Herson Oliveira da Rocha ROCHA, H. O., Nazaré Doriene de Melo Reis REIS, N. D. M., Wagner Davy Lucas Barreto BARRETO, W. D. L.
2021 International journal for innovation education and research  
This paper presents a methodological proposal for the teaching of exponential function, resulting from the application of a didactic sequence involving exponential function, where evidence of learning  ...  A didactic sequence composed of five UARC's was elaborated to work the exponential function, with a view to minimizing the difficulties naturally imposed by the content to be explained.  ...  This UARC was designed with the intention that students would observe, through interaction with the Lego toy, the dependence relationship between the number of floors and the number of formed towers.  ... 
doi:10.31686/ijier.vol9.iss8.3270 fatcat:wt6hk2hvgrgdlhbgyo27qqtv4y

Project Zanzibar

Nicolas Villar, Haiyan Zhang, Daniel Cletheroe, Greg Saul, Christian Holz, Tim Regan, Oscar Salandin, Misha Sra, Hui-Shyong Yeo Yeo, William Field
2018 Proceedings of the 2018 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems - CHI '18  
Finally, we report on the experience of professional game developers building novel physical/digital experiences using the platform.  ...  output, stack, or extend sensing outside the bounds of the mat.  ...  Finally, Letter Plates is an exercise that teaches spelling and familiarity with the alphabet (Figure 8 ).  ... 
doi:10.1145/3173574.3174089 dblp:conf/chi/VillarCSHRSSYFZ18 fatcat:5rgzadrtybdlzik6as3iog7tgy
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