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Educating for a sustainable future

Details: Education for Sustainable Societies of the People’s Sustainability Treaty on Environmental Education: • Education is the right of all; we are all learners and educators. • Environmental education, whether formal, nonformal or informal, should be grounded in critical and innovative-

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World Transactions on Engineering and Technology Education

Details: B. Widera Education of architecture students in the light of the European Green Deal 79 E. Grodzka . Design thinking. in architectural and urban design - space prototyping 85 A. Jasiołek, P. Nowak & M. Brzezicki On -line, face-to-face or hybrid teaching in architectural education? 90

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World Transactions on Engineering and Technology Education

Details: In 2002, an international journal called the World Transactions on Engineering and Technology Education (WTE&TE) was established at the then UNESCO International Centre for Engineering Education (UICEE), which was based at Monash University in Melbourne, Australia.With the closure of the UICEE in December 2008 and the transfer of intellectual property and copyright on to its founding …

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Multi-criterial evaluation in education of environmentally

Details: design higher education programmes, would be a broad introduction of educational horizontal strategy. This methodology, based on the integration of sustainable design elements implicitly in all competenciesand skills that students get [5], would be seen as an attempt toward the establishment of interdisciplinary design approach, with the

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Enhancing students’ achievement and self-assessed learning

Details: Few studies show evidence of collaborative learning in engineering education in the Philippines, although collaboration is an ABET accreditation require of the engineering curriculum. ment[6][8][9]. However, collaborative learning activities are viewed by some educators as impractical in the classroom or as an ABET accreditation requirement that

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A work-based learning model with technopreneurship

Details: vocational education, a strategy-tactic method is needed [5]. Recent research results conclude that the use of work-based learning the in education has a positive approach influence on achievement, motivation and the continuation of education [6]. Research and evaluation studies on

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A coupling mechanism for innovation education for

Details: Education of engineering students inChina has evolved into a comprehensive system over the past 50 years, ing cover teachers, students and research. However, several problems still existThese include. engineering education not reflecting frontier research, difficulty in integrating innovative teaching into the education and a disconnect between

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Virtual simulation in physical education teaching

Details: Virtual simulation in physical education teaching Jihua Yang . Changchun University of Technology . Jinlin, People’s Republic of China . ABSTRACT: Simulation technology is widely used in the field of sports, whereby simulations are made of skills and tactics. It is an important supplement method for ary the teaching of physical education (PE

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Resource-efficient sustainable design as a leading

Details: Global Journal of Engineering Education Resource-efficient sustainable design as a leading interior design guideline Magdalena Celadyn Jan Matejko A cade m y of Fine A rts Krak ów , Poland A B S T R A C T: T he author has investigated the possibility of adjusting existing interior design education to reflect a broad spectr um of sustainability

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Ying Ming Lin† & Farn Shing Chen‡

Details: World Transactions on Engineering and Technology Education 2009 WIETE Vol.7, No.2, 2009 157. INTRODUCTION . At present, there is much research on the causes of stress and the coping behaviour of young people [1-4].

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Accreditation and its limitations for academic institutions

Details: Based on the provisions made in the All India Council for Technical Education Act 1987, NBA was established to the evaluate the standards technical education in the country. of According to the Act, technical education means engineering and technology courses being offered at the diploma level, degree level, postgraduate degree level and

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Total Engineering Education: the Way to Shape our Future

Details: education in the People’s Republic of China. Total Engineering Education (TEE) is proposed as one method to shape the future leadership of the country. TEE encompasses the entire engineering education and profession preparation system, beginning from primary school programmes through to high school graduation, to post-secondary and graduate

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Buildings typology education in the Faculty of

Details: The education in these subjects focuses on a required level of competence gained by students. It is exceptionally important that there is a connection between academic knowledge and reality, to counter the perception that school is detached from

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College and enterprise education for the joint cultivation

Details: Engineering education in colleges focuses on teachers’ qualifications rather than the improvement of young teachers’ engineering literacy. As a result, most teachers pay more attention to improving their academic standing through research rather than by teaching. Besides, there is a lack of practical engineering material, making it

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Technological process skills for technological literacy: a

Details: education, which led to technology as a school subject. The study outlined the keytechnological process skills in the teaching of technology subject and should form part of the development of technology teacher education and training curriculum framework. The results showed that teachers are aware of key technological process skills required in the

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A survey on the present situation of students’ educational

Details: informationalisation, the Ministry of Education promulgated The standards of educational technology ability of teachers in primary and secondary schools in 2004 (hereinafter referred to as the ). This is China's first standards standard about teachers' professional competence, which can provide an important criterion for the definition of

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Graduate Course in Engineering Education (GCEE)

Details: Engineering education is a relatively new discipline that concerns education and training in several sectors, namely secondary, technical and further education, academia, government, commerce, professional organisations and industry.

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Issues and Challenges in Engineering Education and the

Details: new education should be broader in scope, and should integrate knowledge from both the natural sciences and the social sciences and humanities [6]. Further, Boger states that: Clearly the traditional, almost entirely technically based Australian engi-neering degree must change and is changing [6].

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Geometry in structural mechanics education revisited

Details: Geometry education starts in the primary school where originally practical geometry is taught; many of the above mentioned benefits are achieved by practical geometry. Practical geometry might be considered as the first important step for the education of the structural engineerractical geometry. P is the only way (at this level of education) for

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Innovative education in the teaching of physics at university

Details: Education is the main basis of innovation in knowledge, its dissemination and application. It is also the cradle for nurturing innovative spirits and talents [2]. To help with basic education, one of the tasks of higher education reform is to develop students’ innovative ability in each basic course and in specialised fundamental courses [3].

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Integrity in architects’ education

Details: in architects’ education. Integrity is an obvious requirement of education, as well as requiring an holistic approach to the transfer of knowledge shaping the professional skills of future engineers. But at the same time, the progress of

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Pros and cons of the vertical and horizontal design

Details: Global Journal of Engineering Education . 155. INTRODUCTION . The design studio has served for decades as a basic tool to educate architects and other creative professionals at university. The studio offers a place where students simulate real-life practice and solve design problems, with support and advice from professionals and tutors.

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Academic exchange programmes to enhance foreign …

Details: actually moved to universal higher education. European countries have set new high standards for international cooperation in education. In addition, the philosophy of continuous education and training throughout a person’s life (or lifelong learning) has become a dominant paradigm of civilized countries. Today, higher education is a requirement

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Teachers’ hard and soft skills in innovative teaching of

Details: education, as well as the ways to develop them, is the primary task of teachers in integrating cultural and character education to mathematical learning in order to simultaneously develop students’ mathematical competence, mathematical disposition, and cultural and character values.

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Engineering Communication

Details: Society for Engineering Education (ASEE) investigated which academic subjects are the most important to the engineering discipline [1]. The investigation included 4,057 graduate engineers who had several years of engineering employment. The results revealed that communication skills are the front-runners of the 38 academic subjects investigated.

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Urban Design Studios: an Effective Method in the Education

Details: the education of professionals involved in the urban design process has been developed through the Urban Design and Education Programme (UDEP). The design studio is an activity that stimulates creativity and problem solving, and is an effective technique used to resolve difficult urban design and management problems.

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The Internationalisation of Higher Education: a Challenge

Details: education was one of the most dominant features of higher education throughout the last decade of the last century. With the growth of governmental financial aid for studying abroad, the number of students study-ing in foreign countries increased from 400 in 1998 to …

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The New Alliance between Engineering and Humanities …

Details: engineering education, but is a major philosophical, cultural, social, economic and political dilemma in our time. Surely, curriculum change regarding the relation between engineering programmes and the humanities is called for, but it needs to occur within an environ-

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Conceptual framework for the development of 4IR skills for

Details: Education and economy development [44] i. A balance between education and employment. - Coincides with the understanding of the mismatch skills phenomenon between higher learning institutions and employers. Behaviourism [45] i. Priority to observable behaviours without considering logical reasoning. ii. Behaviour is organised and can be controlled.

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Using ASSURE learning design to develop students

Details: have the same education level, i.e. Master of Education, and research assistants as observers were from the pre-service mathematics teachers. The research assistants were assigned to provide learning in the experimental class. The mathematics teacher taught in the control class, while the observer observed and noted various points according to

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Quality of TVET in Rwanda in relation to age, ownership

Details: education and agricultural sectors contributed 60% and 15% of the nation’s skilled human capitalrespectively. Of 75% , of the national skilled work force, 76.9%, 7.7%, 14.2% and 2.2% came out in this report as having its skill base as artisan, technician, professional and managerial cadres, respectively. The ratio of artisans to technicians

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A model for a vocational school-corporate/industry

Details: World Transactions on Engineering and Technology Education 2018 WIETE Vol.16, No.1, 2018. 89. INTRODUCTION . Statistical data from the Central Bureau of Statistics, Indonesiareleased in February 2016 reveal that the , unemployment rate in Indonesia vocational sfor chool graduates was a high 9.05%, followed senior by high school

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Global Journal of Engineering Education (GJEE)

Details: The Global Journal of Engineering Education (GJEE) is included in the Scopus journal citation index, one of the products of Elsevier, the world's leading multinational publisher of science and health information. This represents a step forward in our persistent endeavour to make the Journal available to a wider global community. As widely known by the scholarly international community, the

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The influences of interest in learning and learning hours

Details: education and, subsequently, to bolster the quality of education to accomplish the educational objectives/purposes. Since it takes a teacher and his/her wisdom to carry out a perfectly designed curriculum effectively, teaching staff are crucial to successful execution of a comprehensive curriculum.

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Exploring children’s preferences and perceptions of

Details: expressed interest in were addressed (including education, puzzle, culture, mythology, martial arts, suspense, science fiction, humour, history and horror). Then, the questionnaire results were analysed, with the preferences of the children used in the establishment and implementation of …

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Innovative training for work integrated learning in

Details: education programmes, which adhere to the high standards set forth by the Washington, Sydney and Dublin accords [3]. These new standards have enabled the authors to introduce a 700-hour project into the work integrated learning (WIL) for the National Diploma in Electrical Engineering at UNISA.

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Objectives of GJEE

Details: OBJECTIVES OF THE GJEE. The centrepiece of WIETE’s commission is human resources development within engineering through engineering education, a dual brief in its concern with the two principal facets of education: teachers and students - the instructors and future practitioners of …

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A novel approach to architectural education for

Details: Accordingly, education in a university should produce students who become responsible global citizens, while a specialised school, such as a school of architecture, should nurture a responsible architect of the future. Hence, the green architecture design studio is set to educate architectural students into professionals who are able to

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On the place of the humanities and social sciences in the

Details: general education component that complements the technical content of the curriculum and is consistent with the programme and institution objectives, while also requiring documented student outcomes that demonstrate a . broad education necessary to understand the impact of engineering solutions in a global, economic,

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Technical communication skills among recent electrical and

Details: engineering education perspectives as they can still remember the technical communication courses that they undertook and relate them to their technical communication skills in the workplace. To evaluate these technical communication skills, a questionnaire was developed and distributed via email addresses

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International architectural

Details: of education. Another problem is the short, time-limited duration of the workshop. However, the workshop organisers knew that bringing together people with such different skills and approaches, motivates them to work by participating in . International architectural - urban - landscape design workshops to strengthen

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Performance and authentic assessment in a mechanical

Details: Engineering education at present needs to be enriched with challenging allow students to and authentic activities to collaborate with peers from the same or diverse disciplines. This aims to promote problem-solving and the creation of solutions based on the needs of the economy and society. Society demands that engineering education is

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New university from the merger of two technological

Details: education, which would be called higher technical vocational educationwas particularly evident in Greece in the 1960s, [1]. This started with the diversification of secondary education the institutionalisation of technical and through vocational education, which was intended for students from the working class [2].

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Innovation in architectural education

Details: Architectural education must constantly reflect on the changes in technology, materials, standards and legislation. Information and communication technologies (ICT) represent an extensive information database and enable new avenues of core training modules seminars and workshops. I- CT tools are very useful in the simulation of real

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The flat roof design

Details: selected issues of modern engineering education. Technological progress has resulted in a continual increase in the number of technologies and technical solutions available and implemented in contemporary construction systems. This also concerns new types of flat roof design constituting the standard matter offered in the 3rd semester (the project

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Engineering education in the context of labour market

Details: 2. Decreasing interest in vocational education. This is a consequence of educational trends. The labour market’s search for workers with individual qualifications, knowledge, attitudes, skills and ability to work in teams reveal the need for workers with diploma training but without higher education knowledge and higher education qualifications.

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The influence of problem-solving methods on students

Details: Based on these descriptions, mathematics education through problem-solving is a way to teach certain topics on a regular basis, when the teacher gives mathematics questions that are problems for students, and the students engage in the step-by-step problem …

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