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E-Learning as a Stimulation Methodology to Undergraduate Engineering Students

Waleed Khalil Ahmed
2013 International Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning (iJET)  
These e-learning techniques were used to enhance the teaching of different courses at the foundation level of the faculty of engineering, basically Engineering Materials, Differential Equations and Engineering  ...  Feedback acquired through the students, the result of utilizing the e-learning techniques showed interesting experience and improved students learning abilities.  ...  Eventually, basic computer PAPER E-LEARNING AS A STIMULATION METHODOLOGY TO UNDERGRADUATE ENGINEERING STUDENTS skills can be utilized to create a simple and inexpensive interactive pathology video which  ... 
doi:10.3991/ijet.v8i3.2550 fatcat:ekyzt2jqpnebdc5xljpd6u6yue

Project-Based Learning Applied to Distillation and Absorption Education: Integration Between Industry and a Chemical Engineering Undergraduate Course

Leonardo Fregolente, Henrique Venturelli, Jorge Rodrigues, Erik Da Silva, Iuri Diniz, Regina Wolf Maciel Maria
2018 Chemical Engineering Transactions  
In this work, a successful methodology of Project-Based Learning (PBL) applied to distillation and absorption process education in an undergraduate course on Diffusional Transfer Unit Operations (DTUO)  ...  As soon as the students started their work to propose solutions for process problem statements, they were assisted by the discipline lecturer and assistants together with process engineers in order to  ...  Acknowledgments The authors are grateful to Suzano Pulp and Paper Company supporting the Project-Based Learning Methodology.  ... 
doi:10.3303/cet1869072 doaj:f98ca6e01b354e2199067e74a33c0b97 fatcat:woo2y5vyefe77bv62in5qa2ami

Using Problem-Based Learning to Stimulate Entrepreneurial Awareness Among Senior African Undergraduate Students

2014 Eurasia Journal of Mathematics, Science and Technology Education  
The research question arises "How may academics use problem-based learning to stimulate entrepreneurial awareness among senior African undergraduate students?"  ...  Problem-based learning has helped students to conceptualize different engineering fundamentals Correspondence to:  ...  to become self-sufficient • How to stimulate entrepreneurial awareness among senior undergraduate students enrolled for an engineering qualification is substantiated • Results reveal that students were  ... 
doi:10.12973/eurasia.2014.1023a fatcat:qzeqylotpfhqlfsniphp3rf3ja

Project Development in Small and Medium-sized Enterprises: An Opportunity to Improve Teaching and University-business Interaction

José de Souza Rodrigues, Aline Martins Schneiders Dalpian, Kátia Lívia Zambon, Antonio Fernando Crepaldi, Walther Azzolini Júnior
2020 GEPROS: Gestão da Produção, Operações e Sistemas  
Purpose: Analyze whether project development in small and medium-sized companies to support the teaching-learning process (PBL methodology - Project Based Learning) is a solution to overcome the challenges  ...  Research, Practical & Social implications: Small businesses offer the opportunity to look at a business as a whole and interact with all your members and bring the university closer to your community.  ...  Clemilton Basseto, who played an important part in the successful collaboration between companies and the university, as well as the owners of the companies in which the projects were developed.  ... 
doi:10.15675/gepros.v15i4.2774 fatcat:b7tcql6finhh7lbtdhp74soswu

Methodological Basics of Blended Learning in Teaching English for Academic Purposes to Engineering Students

Dmitry L Matukhin, Gavriil A Nizkodubov, Vadim Y Zyubanov, Yury R Khasanshin, Aleksandr V Obskov
2014 Asian Social Science  
Future engineers need Foreign Language both as a means of intercultural communication and as a source of specialized information.  ...  In this paper e-learning and blended learning have been defined, the components of the blended learning system such as tools, modes, methods, objectives and content of learning process which affect the  ...  Results Methodological basics of organizing EAP teaching a as part of e-learning include the principles of educational process, modes of study, tools and techniques.  ... 
doi:10.5539/ass.v10n20p97 fatcat:cltqlpfeavfzrb3bop4exyexoa

Development of transversal skills in an extracurricular academic research project through active learning in healthcare - a case study

Ana Carla B. Reis, Gabriela M. E. F. Franco, Ronaldo R. Pacheco, Ana Clara A. Miranda
2020 Zenodo  
The idea defended by much research is based on the anticipation of professional life, experienced in the first years as an engineer, for the undergraduate period.  ...  In addition, aspects of the active learning methodology used are highlighted, more specifically, the Problem and Project Based Learning (PBL) method.  ...  Professors, researchers and undergraduate, master's and doctoral students work together as a way of solving these real problems of organizations and to encourage active learning of those involved.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.4807697 fatcat:gujirihfjzgytos23ok4kq7rqe

Resignification of Educational E-innovation to Enhance Opportunities for Graduate Employability in the Context of New University Degrees
Resignificación de la e-innovación educativa para mejorar las oportunidades de empleabilidad de los graduados en el contexto de nuevas titulaciones universitarias

Carolina Lorenzo Álvarez, Rosa María Torres Valdés, Alba Santa Soriano
2018 Journal of New Approaches in Educational Research  
Then, both the specific features and activities designed to build the students' personal brands during the course as well as the research methodology applied to analyze the results are described.  ...  Through a teaching methodology called «learning by doing», students are encouraged to understand, internalise and apply the potential of technology in this field of knowledge, by means of building their  ...  This program would be oriented, by means of a participative methodology of teaching-learning learning by doing, to provide students with the capacity to understand, internalise and apply professionally  ... 
doi:10.7821/naer.2018.1.263 fatcat:5lzhgyckyze4dodckt36hcefoi

Grand Challenges as Educational Innovations in Higher Education: A Scoping Review of the Literature

Lorelli Nowell, Swati Dhingra, Kimberley Andrews, Julia Gospodinov, Cathy Liu, K. Alix Hayden, Gwo-Jen Hwang
2020 Education Research International  
The results reveal a growing global interest in the use of grand challenges in higher education while highlighting a lack of rigorous empirical evidence on the impact on student learning.  ...  We conducted the review according to the Johanna Briggs Institute methodology for scoping reviews and considered quantitative, qualitative, and mixed-methods studies as well as literature reviews, program  ...  Acknowledgments is review was funded in part by a Western and Northern Region of the Canadian Schools of Nursing Education Innovation Grant. e Program for Undergraduate Research Experience (PURE) provided  ... 
doi:10.1155/2020/6653575 fatcat:3pwcdzsbffcrnnpgfmmdnlfava

Understanding the role of single‐board computers in engineering and computer science education: A systematic literature review

Jonathan Á. Ariza, Heyson Baez
2021 Computer Applications in Engineering Education  
Several factors such as the versatility, the low-cost, and the possibility to enhance the learning process through technology have contributed to the educators and students usually employ these devices  ...  in the review. (2) Researchers highlight the importance of the SBCs to transform the curricula in engineering and CS for the students to learn complex topics through experimentation in hands-on activities  ...  Robotics as multidisciplinary [77] Collaborative Quantitative, survey 84 students, Introduce students to robotics Cognitive: Increasing of learning: a summer course learning (undergraduate, in a summer  ... 
doi:10.1002/cae.22439 fatcat:q7r5rpdynzgszdkfqlpca4rx3m

New models for improving teaching and training in engineering and technology transfer in South Africa

L.W. Snyman, D. Kruger
2020 South African Journal of Higher Education  
These included new on-line teaching methodologies with an emphasis on group work and project-based outcomes, new methodologies of work-integrated learning, the creation of an undergraduate-postgraduate  ...  Measures as implemented contributed to an increase in enrolment rates 10 per cent over four years from the online teaching programmes in the diploma programme, enhanced placement of work integrated students  ...  D E V E LO P M E N T O F O N L I N E T E A C H I N G M O D U L E S A specific initiative was to upgrade all existing teaching and training modules.  ... 
doi:10.20853/34-6-3998 fatcat:t3pqnayedbcbpeqanchqaplrj4

How to Teach Computing in AEC [chapter]

Karsten Menzel, Danijel Rebolj, Žiga Turk
2006 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
Therefore, traditional teaching and learning scenarios need to be re-shaped, interconnected and extended to meet the needs for specialized civil engineers with deeper IT knowledge in the AEC-industry (  ...  The same is true for education about IT in AEC where critical mass can be achieved in a similar way. In 2004 the first students entered a new postgraduate program called IT in AEC.  ...  eBusiness and Data Warehouses The curriculum is focused on students who have finished their undergraduate studies with a university degree in civil, building or structural engineering as well as architecture  ... 
doi:10.1007/11888598_42 fatcat:qlhdg777izb47kxr4l3i6y6mai

Developing Communication Skills during Undergraduate Studies: a Personalized Approach

Sylvie Hertrich, Dominique Chassé
2015 Proceedings of the Canadian Engineering Education Association (CEEA)  
AtPolytechnique Montréal, all undergraduate students havebeen required to take a mandatory credit for this specific"soft-skill" since 2006.As an alternative to the classical one-term class, thisthree-year  ...  Each year, they complete an e-portfolio andreflect on the development of their communication skills.This method demonstrates the academic andprofessional transversality of a program-based approach.It also  ...  What students learn in one class can be experienced or reproduced in another as well as in the workplace.  ... 
doi:10.24908/pceea.v0i0.5891 fatcat:y727thbdrreddismygseyndpui

Al-Yaqin in Critical Thinking: The Perception of Muslim Engineering Undergraduates in Malaysia

Mohd Nuri Al Amin Endut, Abdur-Rahman Mohamed Amin, Zulqarnain Abu Bakar, Raja Ahmad Iskandar Raja Yaacob
2014 International Journal of Social Science and Humanity  
A total of 557 Muslim engineering undergraduates from six Malaysian universities participated in this study.  ...  Thus, the objective of this study was to analyze the perception of Muslim engineering students in Malaysian higher education institutions towards the concept of al-yaqin as an essential element of Islamic  ...  CONCLUSION The As a conclusion, the Muslim engineering undergraduate students in Malaysian higher learning institutions possess a fair and acceptable comprehension towards the element of al-yaqin in Islamic  ... 
doi:10.7763/ijssh.2014.v4.343 fatcat:6a2vmj3zafb7low35mezz74am4

A Project-based Learning curricular approach in a Production Engineering Program

Simone Borges Simão Monteiro, Ana Carla Bittencourt Reis, João Mello da Silva, João Carlos Felix Souza
2017 Production  
As a central theme of this work, the PBL (Project Based Learning) approach is presented as an applied methodology that encourages students to develop their own knowledge through active learning, and to  ...  As mentioned, PBL is a learning methodology based on projects, which according to Thomas (2000) , needs to consider five crucial aspects.  ... 
doi:10.1590/0103-6513.226116 fatcat:azxths62ujayraa7yl7wni3ake

Teaching Engineering and Food: From Traditional Approaches to a Flipped Course on Gastronomic Engineering

José M. Aguilera, M. Carolina Moreno
2021 Food Engineering Reviews  
As a case study, we describe the implementation of an elective flipped classroom course on engineering, science, and gastronomy for undergraduate students that include in-class demonstrations by chefs.  ...  Although the core concepts of FE have remained practically the same, new teaching methodologies call for expanded computational abilities, ample access to online contents, and active learning, student-centered  ...  active learning as a teaching methodology that places the student at the center of the educational process [88] .  ... 
doi:10.1007/s12393-021-09281-0 fatcat:yernuh4hlbbctj7f5mkdzvrlle
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