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Evaluation and assessment of professional skills in the Final Year Project

Fermin Sanchez, Joan Climent, Julita Corbalan, Pau Fonseca, Jordi Garcia, Jose R. Herrero, Xavier Llinas, Horacio Rodriguez, Maria-Ribera Sancho, Marc Alier, Jose Cabre, David Lopez
2014 2014 IEEE Frontiers in Education Conference (FIE) Proceedings  
In this paper, we present a methodology for Final Year Project (FYP) monitoring and assessment that considers the inclusion of the professional skills required in the particular engineering degree.  ...  Skills are assigned to each milestone according to the tasks required in that phase, and a list of indicators is defined for each phase.  ...  In [6] , Sanchez et al. present a proposal for the evaluation of professional skills in the Final Year Project as a recommendation for the Universidad de La Laguna.  ... 
doi:10.1109/fie.2014.7044378 dblp:conf/fie/SanchezCCFAHLRS14 fatcat:pksq47z645hh7ci7va5xmdivmq

Contextualizing Learning: Becoming A Tourism and Hospitality Professional

Gayle Jennings
2015 Journal of Business on Hospitality and Tourism  
Each offering of the course required students to develop, implement and evaluate a tourism and hospitality project specifically related to their interests.  ...  Student involvement in self and peer assessment aided personal reflection and constructive feedback with respect to professional practice.  ...  Introduction By engaging in action research processes over a three year period, learning-teaching engagements in an Australian-based final semester, undergraduate project-based tourism and hospitality  ... 
doi:10.22334/jbhost.v1i1.30 fatcat:vh6bcgyzifer3hrsvlbcrtvshy

Work in progress: Modeling employer assessments: Using professionalism in computer science courses

Alice Armstrong, Carol Wellington
2012 2012 Frontiers in Education Conference Proceedings  
Results from the senior capstone course inspired the use of professionalism grades in our freshman lab courses as a way to help students understand how the demands of college are different from the demands  ...  By modeling this perception, our program has begun to increase the number of seniors who can successfully complete their capstone projects on time.  ...  throughout the project, and, finally, self and peer evaluations are completed four times in the semester.  ... 
doi:10.1109/fie.2012.6462460 dblp:conf/fie/ArmstrongW12 fatcat:ilzhfkolo5gdxg3wmrk2by2upq


2016 Journal of Engineering Science and Technology  
The participants of this study consists of 109 final year students from two batches, of which 51 students are from year 2014 and the other 58 students from year 2015.  ...  There are two categories of evaluation, namely project and communication skills.  ...  Acknowledgement The authors would like to thank Pusat Penyelidikan Pendidikan Kejuruteraan, Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia for supporting this project.  ... 
doaj:97cc4f6885a5414e8ccb0ff1bff27d1d fatcat:p5ut4qx2krfoxdybkk42kco2z4

Fostering Interdisciplinary Communication between Pharmacy and Nursing Students

Aleda M.H. Chen, Mary E. Kiersma, Carrie N. Keib, Stephanie Cailor
2015 American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education  
To evaluate pharmacy and nursing student self-perceptions of interdisciplinary communication skills, faculty member perceptions of interdisciplinary communication skills, and changes in those skills after  ...  Self-, peer-, and faculty evaluations (4 items; 5-point Likert-type) assessing self-confidence and actual interdisciplinary communication skills were completed during the poster session.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENT This project was supported by an internal grant from Cedarville University School of Pharmacy.  ... 
doi:10.5688/ajpe79683 pmid:26430270 pmcid:PMC4584375 fatcat:eubo2nfzazc67iexngzsr6zc7y

Which professional skills do students learn in engineering team-based projects?

Cyril Picard, Cécile Hardebolle, Roland Tormey, Jürg Schiffmann
2021 European Journal of Engineering Education  
In this paper, we used a standardised self-reporting questionnaire to evaluate the development of students' self-efficacy beliefs through in-course and capstone projects.  ...  Yet, it remains unclear which skills and to what extent students learn from these interventions. The challenge of assessing the development of those skills is an important factor in this gap.  ...  Acknowledgments This research is funded by internal funds of EPFL and has been approved by the EPFL Human Research Ethics Committee (HREC No: 046-2018).  ... 
doi:10.1080/03043797.2021.1920890 fatcat:g7qykj7pszhyvg44wegzkmg4xu

Injecting Sustainability into Engineering Design Projects [chapter]

Libby Osgood, Wayne Peters, Stephen Champion
2016 New Developments in Engineering Education for Sustainable Development  
This paper will discuss the strategies that have been employed in the first and second year projects that encourage students to use higher-level thinking and will introduce how sustainability will be an  ...  In structuring an effective learning environment, intentional effort must be made by educators in all program areas-ranging from the choice of client to the information requested in the final report-to  ...  There are twice as many sustainable professional skill development modules in the final two years and the focus shifts from ideologies to analyses, as was shown in Figure 2 .  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-32933-8_21 fatcat:dvlshbt6wfegvirbi3mxe77ylm

Mechanical Engineering Capstone Design Course – CEAB Accreditation Outcomes Assessment

Jacqueline Stagner, Jennifer Johrendt
2015 Proceedings of the Canadian Engineering Education Association (CEEA)  
Thus, assessing these attributes in the students' final year enables the faculty and students to verify that the goal of achieving these attributes has been accomplished.  ...  Project milestones include: a design proposal with cost analysis and scheduling, construction and commissioning of the designed apparatus, and a final report and presentation having both global and detail  ...  Tirupati Bolisetti for his application of the rubrics in his Civil and Environmental Engineering Capstone Design course as well as the University of Windsor for their financial support through the Academic  ... 
doi:10.24908/pceea.v0i0.5909 fatcat:ei7ag6flzzcknaxzteiwujr67q

Teachers' Professional Reading Program in Higher Education: An Evaluation

Emmanuel James Pattaguan, Rachel Ann Surla, Darin Jan C. Tindowen
2019 Universal Journal of Educational Research  
This study was conducted to describe the professional readings of teachers of the School of Education, Arts and Sciences and to evaluate the effectiveness of the Project READS Program of the university  ...  The results revealed that Teacher Education and Liberal Arts educators are engaged in professional readings focusing on instructional strategies and assessment techniques.  ...  Table 3 presents the program evaluation of the Project READS as assessed by Teacher Education and Liberal Arts faculty members.  ... 
doi:10.13189/ujer.2019.071005 fatcat:anxw3bfkffdlfe2htngnz7wgly

Professional Competencies Assessment in Audiovisual Projects for Higher Education

López, JL. Giménez, Dorado, F. de Zulueta, Samitier, D. Palacio, Magal-Royo, T.
2019 Studies in Educational Management  
Regarding professional assessment, three levels were proposed 1) evaluate individual knowledge students have acquired, 2) evaluate the group dynamic organization and 3) assess digital projects from professional  ...  Not only were methodological strategies for the teaching-learning model coordinated but also professional skills assessment of different subjects taught.  ...  Acknowledgements This research is part of the Innovation and Education Improvement Projects (PIME as spelled in Spanish) from the Institut de Ciències de l'Educació at the Polytechnic University of Valencia  ... 
doi:10.32038/sem.2019.01.03 fatcat:bzswyxi57nd5nmjpemmb7qbzeu

Effectiveness of Project Based Learning on Outcome Based Education-A Case Study

M. K. Prasanna Kumar, Soniya Agrawal, Hemachandra Bhat
2016 Journal of Engineering Education Transformations  
It should be noted that the students were not graded but were assessed to check the requirement level of the project. Evaluation was done in two phases mid evaluation and final evaluation.  ...  The 5 phases of the project based learning that we implemented in our course are The course assessment and evaluation on the implementation of a Project Based Learning (PBL) incorporating the development  ... 
doi:10.16920/jeet/2016/v29i3/85250 fatcat:prq3wxcxszhybaw772bahluop4

The Development and Evaluation of Employability within the Fashion Curriculum: A Case Study

Elaine McNeill, Lesley Peacock
2014 Compass: Journal of Learning and Teaching  
The financial implications of working away from university (unpaid short placements, often London-based).  The effort involved in finding work placements.  Course work overload. Case Studies  ...  As part of the online questionnaire, all students were invited to discuss their participation in professional practice activities during their final year of study.  ...  The assessment, which was led by the module criteria, allowed the students to concentrate on a clear set of skills to define the final submission.  ... 
doi:10.21100/compass.v5i9.115 fatcat:uu34l2fipzfqfeo5l3qv5spyku

Capstone Project Evaluation – Towards a Student-Centred Approach

Cheryl Schramm, Adrian D.C. Chan
2013 Proceedings of the Canadian Engineering Education Association (CEEA)  
Projects unfold over a year, culminating in a final report, begging the question of (balancing the) assessment of process over product.  ...  The paper will present the compound assessment instrument developed and used on select project teams, as well as the feedback of the students involved in the experience.  ...  of one of the projects.  ... 
doi:10.24908/pceea.v0i0.4840 fatcat:32na765aajhc7desmytfxwusjm

Assessment of the Professional Skills of Student Inspectors at the End of Training in Morocco

Mohamed Essaoudi, Raja Lotfi, Mohammed Talbi, Mohamed Radid
2014 Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences  
The assessment of the mastery of skills by students shows that the two categories of cognitive skills and organizational and management skills are best perceived as acquired at the end of training, while  ...  An analysis of the results also reveals the emergence of two skills considered essential for the training of inspectors: coping skills built in action and supervisory skills.  ...  This choice is based on the fact that the assessment of professional skills occurs in various ways (evaluation of training programmes, assessment of professional practices, student assessment, etc.) and  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.sbspro.2014.01.452 fatcat:vsmcxdnb45c3xe3ggtssbighwe

Assessing 'lifelong learning' through the capstone design project of BSc in EEE Programme

Muhibul Haque Bhuyan
2021 International Journal of Learning and Teaching  
Evaluation data of the lifelong learning, assessed by the board of examiners during the final defence, is presented.  ...  Of these POs, one of the important outcomes is lifelong learning. This skill is one of the most perplexing skills that graduates require in their professional careers.  ...  The faculty members require developing and applying an adjusted scale as a metric to have a means of assessing and evaluating the skills and attitudes among the final-year engineering students in both  ... 
doi:10.18844/ijlt.v13i1.5275 fatcat:gs6wdsvt7jeyxaaad3ft4mqo3q
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