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B-Learning and Technology: Enablers for University Education Resilience. An Experience Case under COVID-19 in Spain

Luis M. Sánchez Ruiz, Santiago Moll-López, Jose Antonio Moraño-Fernández, Nuria Llobregat-Gómez
2021 Sustainability  
A questionnaire-based study is presented, in which the data came from Aerospace Engineering students following a Mathematics subject in a Technological University in Spain.  ...  Innovative teaching methodologies begat blended learning, which seems to facilitate engineering students' achievement of competencies required for the 21st century and has proven to be essential to keep  ...  Acknowledgments: Research developed within the GRoup of Innovative Methodologies and assessment For engineering Education GRIM4E, Universitat Politècnica de València (Valencia, Spain).  ... 
doi:10.3390/su13063532 fatcat:jqpeq5cfxnbi3htxbivrqcxyam

Introducing and Evaluating the Effective Inclusion of Gender Dimension in STEM Higher Education

Marta Peña, Noelia Olmedo-Torre, Elisabet Mas de les Valls, Amaia Lusa
2021 Sustainability  
The need to incorporate the gender dimension in higher education is a central element of gender equality policies within the European Union (EU).  ...  As a preliminary step to the development of the guide of recommendations, a teacher's self-assessment tool and a questionnaire for students to analyze the perception of the gender dimension were developed  ...  Although several countries have achieved gender balance in university studies, women only represent between 20 and 30% of the student body in engineering studies [24] .  ... 
doi:10.3390/su13094994 fatcat:mjzujwiyo5dhjptt32xrulblaa

Usefulness of Digital Serious Games in Engineering for Diverse Undergraduate Students

Kimberly Cook-Chennault, Idalis Villanueva Alarcón, Gabrielle Jacob
2022 Education Sciences  
Several students thought that the ability to design their own structures and observe structure failure in real-time was a valuable asset in understanding how truss structures responded to physical loading  ...  Though these types of instructional games have been employed in the majority of STEM disciplines, less is known about how diverse populations of students interpret and define the value of these games towards  ...  It was found that students differed in competence beliefs and values as a function of gender and age, where boys were more positive about sports and math, while girls were more positive about reading and  ... 
doi:10.3390/educsci12010027 fatcat:bhzv3j34tjdz3eey3ohfdfw4z4

Applying e-learning system for engineering education – challenges and obstacles

El-Shaimaa Talaat Abumandour
2021 Journal of Research in Innovative Teaching & Learning  
Hence, a number of recommendations are provided to build a bridge linking e-learning and engineering education.Originality/valueThis paper is a complementary work to a previously published study.  ...  In this paper, the author sheds light on the link between the e-learning system and the engineering education provided by the educational organizations and hosted by public libraries.  ...  Researchers' program is advanced courseware that consists of different modules; each module covers a number of topics that build learners' competencies.  ... 
doi:10.1108/jrit-06-2021-0048 fatcat:b3c5prfb7fgvfjei3zic5bvxau

ENGIE D 1.4 International best practice report on teaching STEM

Silvia Giuliani
2020 Zenodo  
This report presents the results of the review aimed at identifying best practices and success stories relative to STEM teaching in Europe and worldwide, in the framework of WP1 "Programming", tasks 1.3  ...  Also, there is no "mining engineer" among the possible career choices.  ...  school year, approximately 6 months later to identify factors that support and motivate students to learn and achieve in math (León et al., 2015) .  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.4032425 fatcat:tbgtlvw26zhidluwlcwuw6tlrq

Teaching the Next Generation of Researchers: An Inquiry into Aviation Research Education

David C. Ison
2018 Journal of Aviation Technology and Engineering  
Even in its infancy, online education stemming from the rapid advancement in technology is impacting education in astonishing ways, demanding a more flexible, innovative curriculum.  ...  These two gentlemen set the standard for excellence in teaching at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University Worldwide. By a unanimous vote of the faculty, this symposium is named in their honor.  ...  Researchers in Spain hypothesized that math anxiety influenced students when selecting majors, suggesting those with higher math anxiety chose less technical majors compared to their technical major counterparts  ... 
doi:10.7771/2159-6670.1174 fatcat:qt7h77hctvhsjawyycnate5hti

Transversal and transferable skills training for engineering PhD/doctoral candidates

Jose Coelho Rodrigues, Ana Freitas, Paulo Garcia, Catarina Maia, Marie Pierre-Favre
2018 2018 3rd International Conference of the Portuguese Society for Engineering Education (CISPEE)  
ACKNOWLEDGMENTS The authors acknowledge Fundação para a Ciência e Tecnologia (FCT) for Post-Doctoral financial support (SFRH/BPD/79469/2011).  ...  been collaborating within the project as well as in the survey responses.  ...  There were more significant differences between groups which used this tool and which not.  ... 
doi:10.1109/cispee.2018.8593472 fatcat:3b4wecyuave3jliwuhuwypwxsq

Trade [chapter]

2011 The Space Economy at a Glance 2011  
What is a space engineer? There are many conflicting definitions of the engineering profession.  ...  In the aerospace sector as a whole, there has been much progress in terms of automating certain research processes, thanks to a growing proficiency with powerful PC workstations and the use of Math Libraries  ...  Industry Annual economic activity (USD thousands) ORGANISATION FOR ECONOMIC CO-OPERATION AND DEVELOPMENT The OECD is a unique forum where governments work together to address the economic, social and  ... 
doi:10.1787/9789264113565-32-en fatcat:vpn3xm5dz5etjbwnytnr6lsg7i

A Systematic Literature Review of Student' Performance Prediction Using Machine Learning Techniques

Balqis Albreiki, Nazar Zaki, Hany Alashwal
2021 Education Sciences  
In this systematic review, the relevant EDM literature related to identifying student dropouts and students at risk from 2009 to 2021 is reviewed.  ...  Modern academic institutions operate in a highly competitive and complex environment.  ...  The dataset consisted of 1169 students record enrolled in the Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering departments of UCLA.  ... 
doi:10.3390/educsci11090552 fatcat:cns4vfx5azgjxnvmckzubdsavi

State of the Art Analysis: mapping the awarding certification landscape in Higher Education and Research

Giulia Nason, Maria Sangiuliano
2020 Zenodo  
Finally, it highlights the best and most widespread good practices at the international level, and it reflects on their potential uptake for a possible European-level certification on Gender Equality in  ...  The main objective of this deliverable is to provide a comprehensive overview of the certification and awarding landscape, providing information on the certification and awards' methodologies, organisers  ...  All the issue, challenges and concerns mentioned above show that gender equity is still a thorny problem in workplaces, in particular, and in Australian society, in general.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.4121872 fatcat:26pmtdqz4jae7bi2tdrqpym2tq

Language as a soft power resource

Gulshan Pashayeva
2018 Language Problems and Language Planning  
Against this background, this article examines the impact of language as a soft power resource in the case of the Republic of Azerbaijan, which is a multi-ethnic state located at the crossroads of Europe  ...  It is apparent that in today's globalized world, the role of international languages as global means of communication has increased considerably.  ...  in English skills over the past year:The EF EPI score change is the difference between a country's EF EPI fifth edition and sixth edition scores.  ... 
doi:10.1075/lplp.00016.pas fatcat:4rcu3bhxo5birp57dscxi7qbye

The Globalization of Health Research: Harnessing the Scientific Diaspora

Nalini P. Anand, Karen J. Hofman, Roger I. Glass
2009 Academic Medicine  
R ® is a registered trademark.  ...  Editors Prepared for the Office of the Secretary of Defense Approved for public release; distribution unlimited The RAND Corporation is a nonprofit research organization providing objective analysis and  ...  Student knowledge of substantial differences in grading curves between science/math versus other fields, such that ambitious high achievers who are unsure about future career plans might differentially  ... 
doi:10.1097/acm.0b013e31819b204d pmid:19318794 fatcat:zo34nch7rve23fbdy5laucz5ye

D2.4 – Dissemination results 2

Baltasar Fernandez-Manjon, Cristina Alonso-Fernandez, Ivan Jose Perez-Colado, Manuel Freire, Ivan Martinez-Ortiz, Antoniu Stefan
2019 Zenodo  
different stakeholders (teachers, students, business developers, managers, educational authorities) to prove impact of the project in a variety of settings.  ...  Additionally, we have identified a set of success cases (described in full detail in Appendix 1) in 7 different countries and contexts (schools, colleges, education fairs and labs, conferences), and covering  ...  user case is a good example to replicate in other country with students between 8 to 12year-old.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.2667947 fatcat:fsg43c4yrnafljy73ucqnq5yma

Impact-Ev. Report 1. State Of The Art In The Scientific, Policy And Social Impact Of Ssh Research And Its Evaluation

Emanuela Reale, Emilia Primeri, Ramón Flecha, Marta Soler, Esther Oliver, Lídia Puigvert, Teresa Sordé, Andràs Schubert, Sàndor Soòs, Judith Mosoni-Fried, Kubra Canhilal, Benedetto Lepori (+8 others)
2015 Zenodo  
This is a starting point for further developments and will be complemented by a comparative analysis of a number of selected SSH evaluation systems and an impact assessment of SSH European projects.  ...  Beyond that, the project will explore in depth the scientific, social, and political impacts, and the contributions of SSH research to the European Research Area (ERA), in several identified examples.  ...  the achievement gap between minority university students and non-minority students.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.1041947 fatcat:zotwhsom5jg3pcoectlxhyhygu

The Secondary-Tertiary Transition in Mathematics. Successful Students in Crisis

Francesca Gregorio, Pietro Di Martino, Paola Iannone
2019 EMS Newsletter  
mathematicians t ± 12 researchers invited every year t 2 to 3-month-stays in Paris t Local and travel expenses covered  ...  DIM MathInnov -PhD 2 t ± 20 laureates / year t 3-year allowances t Net salary: 1 450 € (min) / month plus health insurance Paris Graduate School of Mathematical Sciences High level training for master students  ...  Well, I don't know about the Greeks, but certainly there was actually no difference between maths and physics with for example Isaac Newton.  ... 
doi:10.4171/news/113/10 fatcat:6dpvl6b3pvblrfbihn2lc7cbra
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