An Approach To Teaching Lifelong Learning

Tim Healy
2004 Annual Conference Proceedings   unpublished
Observation and recall of data, concepts, equations, laws of physics. Knowledge of engineering practice, degrees of accuracy, standards. Knowledge of test procedures and statistical data analysis. Knowledge of computer analysis techniques. Use information and concepts to solve simple engineering problems. Analyze experimental data statistically. Apply abstract ideas to particular concrete situations. Present engineering data or information in an effective way. Analysis Break a complex problem
more » ... wn into a set of simple problems. Determine how parts of a problem or a device are interrelated. Troubleshoot a piece of equipment through logical deduction. Analyze an engineering system to see how it works. Synthesis Combine elements in a new way to create a new product. Combine ideas to create a new idea or concept. Devise a new experiment to obtain information. Relate knowledge from different areas. Evaluation Select the best design solution. Critique evidence or data obtained in experiments or other sources. Make decisions based on reasoned arguments. Assess importance of various ideas in preparing for a test or for a profession.
doi:10.18260/1-2--12864 fatcat:hpjdiyhd3vfhzh4qhlfb4d2phy