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STEM education for Industry 4.0 in technical and vocational high schools: Investigation of teacher professional development

Devrim Akgunduz, Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics Education Research Center, Istanbul Aydin University, Istanbul, Turkey, Canan Mesutoglu, Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics Education Research Center, Istanbul Aydin University, Istanbul, Turkey
2021 Science Education International  
Teachers reported a culture of collaboration in their school, increased teacher and student motivation, and positive attitudes toward TVET with implementation of the STEM PD program.  ...  A case study design was followed to reveal in-depth information on teacher improvement.  ...  The project was implemented by Istanbul Aydin University STEM Education Research Center, upon the scope of the protocol signed between the Turkish Industry and Business Association (TUSIAD) and the Ministry  ... 
doi:10.33828/sei.v32.i2.11 fatcat:o25g7wlpt5bjrnjeufwh7b7bmq

Industry 4.0 Fostering Construction Supply Chain Management: Lessons Learned From Engineer-to-Order Suppliers

Patrick Dallasega
2018 IEEE Engineering Management Review  
Additionally, we present some case studies for some lessons learned from the collaboration with ETO-companies.  ...  Seven action points in various applications of Industry 4.0 in the construction supply chain provide a guide to managers.  ...  LESSONS LEARNED FROM ETO CSC COMPANIES AND OPPORTUNITIES FOR INDUSTRY 4.0 APPLICATIONS Lessons learned from ETO construction supplier companies application of Industry 4.0 technologies are now presented  ... 
doi:10.1109/emr.2018.2861389 fatcat:lkgr7ci4wnfzparhci533bf2cu

Developing global health technology standards: what can other industries teach us?

Hassan Masum, Rebecca Lackman, Karen Bartleson
2013 Globalization and Health  
This Debate article argues that we can better develop standards for global health technologies if we learn lessons from other industries.  ...  Summary: This Debate article aims to convince the reader that standards can benefit global health technologies if we learn lessons from other industries.  ...  This article was funded by a grant from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation through the Grand Challenges in Global Health Initiative, and supported by the Sandra Rotman Centre, an academic center at the  ... 
doi:10.1186/1744-8603-9-49 pmid:24134866 pmcid:PMC3853011 fatcat:gtbz4i7cf5cdvm7q6a2dpxedgq

A Model for Technology Transfer in Practice

Tony Gorschek, Per Garre, Stig Larsson, Claes Wohlin
2006 IEEE Software  
The contribution of this article is to present a technology transfer model that was devised ondemand in collaboration with industry and equally important, to report experiences and lessons-learned from  ...  The collaborative research process itself can be seen as implicit technology transfer under favorable conditions. Long-term in this case applies to the lead-time required.  ... 
doi:10.1109/ms.2006.147 fatcat:ivwvzsy2snatfitxedjbbw2yku

Contents [chapter]

2018 Fintech  
Examples  130 Use Case: Exchanges and Post-trade Settlement  131 Problem Statement  131 Application of Blockchain Technology  131 Implementation Examples  133 Use Case: Parametric Insurance  ...  Technology  126 Implementation Examples  128 Use Case: Tokenization of Investment, Consumption and Physical Assets  128 Problem Statement  128 Application of Blockchain Technology  129 Implementation  ... 
doi:10.1515/9781547400904-toc fatcat:l6pswa4jo5bvpmeglzfclpierm

Teacher collaboration in curriculum design teams: effects, mechanisms, and conditions

Joke M. Voogt, Jules M. Pieters, Adam Handelzalts
2016 Educational Research and Evaluation  
We concluded that professional development, through collaborative design in teams, which is specific and linked to the curriculum, influences teachers' knowledge and practice and impacts implementation  ...  Results showed that effects of curriculum design teams, in terms of learning outcomes for teachers in areas such as (pedagogical) content knowledge and design knowledge and skills, became manifest in the  ...  Technology that is easily available helps teachers to focus on lesson design and not on the technology, and hence results in better integration of technology in their teaching.  ... 
doi:10.1080/13803611.2016.1247725 fatcat:52hczg5qvjgajl7yc3goyupevm

Understanding best practices in control engineering education using the concept of TPACK

Ali E. Jwaid, Steve Clark, Gren Ireson
2014 2014 IEEE Integrated STEM Education Conference  
) framework, and evaluating its impact on student learning.  ...  The research is initially being undertaken at Nottingham Trent University, UK but we will next adapt it to a case study in Libya.  ...  Jwaid with support from his parents and some teaching income from his University. He thanks all those who have helped with his research. 1-4799-3229-0/14 978-  ... 
doi:10.1109/isecon.2014.6891027 fatcat:vgcif763dvg7vfn3mcnycvtb4u

Competitor Collaboration Before a Crisis

Sea Matilda Bez, Henry Chesbrough
2020 Research technology management  
The lessons learned from these three examples can help the Partnership on AI and the AI industry, as well as any industry with a shared sense of fate and with potentially serious risks from technology.  ...  Competitor Collaboration Before a Crisis What the AI Industry Can Learn The Partnership on AI can use the Dynamic Capabilities Framework and lessons from other industries to proactively identify AI risks  ... 
doi:10.1080/08956308.2020.1733889 fatcat:nlzgjxwj7zghdj6dn3u6qfz4zm

Advancing evidence-based digital health through an innovative research environment: an academic-industry collaboration case report

Kelsey L. Ford, Susan L. Moore, Shuo Zhou, M. Odette Gore, Jenny Portz, Xuhong Zhang, Richard Zane, Jennifer Wiler, Sheana Bull
2019 mHealth  
Case assertions discuss the lessons learned and recommendations when implementing such collaboration in practice.  ...  This paper presents a case report involving collaboration between diverse technology industry partners and an academic health center that encompasses a university health system (UCHealth), a university  ...  Ethical Statement: The authors are accountable for all aspects of the work in ensuring that questions related to the accuracy or integrity of any part of the work are appropriately investigated and resolved  ... 
doi:10.21037/mhealth.2019.08.08 pmid:31620464 pmcid:PMC6789303 fatcat:7tdvzzgwezhmpnwnjaob6whisu

Towards A Formal Definition Of Educational Robotics

Julian M. Angel-Fernandez, Markus Vincze
2018 Zenodo  
There is an increasing number of articles, web pages, robotic kits and other materials that are using the term Educational Robotics (ER) to refer to the use of robots in education, however the current  ...  definition of ER is still vague and open to misinterpretation.  ...  The case of industry is particular because they required activities that let them promote their technologies.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.1491729 fatcat:cwhlarxpc5dj3kpj6uuuuoofba

Authentic Learning in African Post-Secondary Education and the Creative Economy

Lawrence Muganga
2015 Cultural and Pedagogical Inquiry  
In African countries, most teachers still use an instructivist, or teacher-centered approach to lesson planning and delivery, forcing students to learn through the memorization of isolated facts.  ...  Authentic learning teaches the required soft skills that students can transfer from one situation to another: collaboration, communication, critical thinking, creativity, innovation, problem solving, and  ...  For example, Atkinson (2011) mentions several technological tools that can assist in the implementation of authentic learning: digital stimulation, collaborative wikis, graphing calculators, virtual  ... 
doi:10.18733/c3dw2h fatcat:2x2g6girrfhhzlwziwjwcw76yu

Using Scrum Together with UML Models: A Collaborative University-Industry R&D Software Project [chapter]

Nuno Santos, João M. Fernandes, M. Sameiro Carvalho, Pedro V. Silva, Fábio A. Fernandes, Márcio P. Rebelo, Diogo Barbosa, Paulo Maia, Marco Couto, Ricardo J. Machado
2016 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
In fact, industrial companies and universities have generally different interests and objectives whenever they collaborate.  ...  This paper presents some lessons learned that result from experience of the authors in adopting some Scrum practices in a R&D project, like short iterations, backlogs, and product increments, and simultaneously  ...  Lessons Learned Defining a hybrid approach (waterfall-based during initialization and Scrum-based during implementation) in a collaborative Industry-University context arose many challenges.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-42089-9_34 fatcat:oljdsqwadvdmdnejxn7kqqtw2y

Development of an RFID-based Traceability System: Experiences and Lessons Learned from an Aircraft Engineering Company

E. W. T. Ngai, T. C. E. Cheng, Kee-hung Lai, P. Y. F. Chai, Y. S. Choi, R. K. Y. Sin
2009 Production and operations management  
We report the system design and implementation, and discuss our experiences and lessons learned.  ...  We also summarize 13 lessons learned, including three lessons concerning RFID implementation at strategic level, six lessons at management level, and four lessons at operational level resulting from carrying  ...  We appreciate the ina Elite Technology Co. Ltd.), for their support.  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1937-5956.2007.tb00280.x fatcat:c2uq4gl5xjhv7pyfupircv7mam

Using push technology for industrial automation: new ways of conceiving Internet / Intranet for industries [chapter]

Andrea Molinari, Luigi Colazzo
1998 Globalization of Manufacturing in the Digital Communications Era of the 21st Century  
This allows new forms of interaction between industrial intelligent devices and remote operators, or among remote operators that must interact in some way.  ...  As an example of this approach, an on-line distance learning environment is presented where a hypermedia can be piloted remotely from a master station, in order to instruct shop-floor personnel on specific  ...  Particular attention will be given to remote training aspects, showing how to implement a distance learning environment in the industrial field.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-0-387-35351-7_53 fatcat:mroc5zciobcnxa7jpuxtlqzzzu

Developing Technology-Enhanced Active Learning for Medical Education: Challenges, Solutions, and Future Directions

Lise McCoy, Robin K. Pettit, Joy H. Lewis, Thomas Bennett, Noel Carrasco, Stanley Brysacz, Inder Raj S. Makin, Ryan Hutman, Frederic N. Schwartz
2015 The Journal of the American Osteopathic Association  
Learners take responsibility for their own learning and self-assessment of learning outcomes. 12 Interactive, technology-based activities allow students to problem solve and engage in collaborative discussion  ...  Lessons learned may be of benefit to medical educators at academic and clinical training sites who wish to implement TEAL-MEd activities.  ...  For example, we incorporated elements of professionalism and social determinants into virtual scenarios and required students to collaborate in teams of 3 to solve the cases.  ... 
doi:10.7556/jaoa.2015.042 pmid:25830576 fatcat:g3rey7y6cfgkvcnig3aqojvy7q
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