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Maryam Mohammad Zadeh; Luke J. Prendergast; Jonathan D. Tew; Daniel Beneroso-Vallejo – European Journal of Engineering Education, 2024
Students' perceptions towards synchronous and asynchronous online delivery modes of three engineering courses, in a large UK university is conceptualised, inspired by the Community of Inquiry theoretical framework. Using a qualitative methodology, 76 written student narratives were analysed. An overwhelming focus on the elements that helped them…
Descriptors: Engineering Education, Synchronous Communication, Asynchronous Communication, Electronic Learning
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Natalia Barbour; Daphne van Meggelen – European Journal of Engineering Education, 2024
Even before the COVID-19 pandemic, student well-being was highlighted as an important public health issue. The study aims to gain insights into the exact factors that bachelor and master students from engineering fields at Delft University of Technology are impacted by. Multiple interviews were performed to identify the key areas of impact and…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, College Students, Well Being, Influences
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C. M. Rathnayaka; J. Ganapathi; S. Kickbusch; L. Dawes; R. Brown – European Journal of Engineering Education, 2024
Laboratory learning forms a significant and integral part of engineering education, wherein students develop technical, collaborative, enquiry, and observation skills that go beyond theoretical studies. Engineering is inherently a practice-based profession, and consequently, laboratory work has been inseparable for engineering curricula. However,…
Descriptors: Educational Resources, Laboratories, Electronic Learning, Engineering Education
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Siqing Wei; Li Tan; Yiyao Zhang; Matthew Ohland – European Journal of Engineering Education, 2024
In spite of the sudden onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, many instructors who used team-based pedagogies shifted them online rather than suspending them entirely, but with limited time and resources. To examine the difference in team dynamics and outcomes for courses in Spring 2019 and Spring 2020 of over 1500 first-year engineering students per…
Descriptors: Educational Technology, Electronic Learning, Teamwork, Group Dynamics
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J. E. Tait; L. A. Alexander; E. I. Hancock; J. Bisset – European Journal of Engineering Education, 2024
Engineering students enter a challenging sector in higher education and are potentially at risk of poor mental health and or mental wellbeing and less likely to seek help when experiencing poor mental health or wellbeing. We carried out a scoping review using Joanna Briggs Institute scoping review methodology. Ten databases were searched over a…
Descriptors: Engineering Education, College Students, At Risk Students, Mental Health
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Virginia Grande; Thomas Taro Lennerfors; Anne-Kathrin Peters; Kristina von Hausswolff – European Journal of Engineering Education, 2024
In this paper, we discuss the ethical responsibilities of being a role model as an engineering teacher in higher education. We draw on virtue ethics, care ethics, ethics of freedom and role modeling theory, using Grande's framework for engineering education. We argue that the three ethical theories give different views on the ethics of role…
Descriptors: Role Models, Engineering Education, Ethics, Caring
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Faridaddin Vahdatikhaki; Ilona Friso-van den Bos; Sajad Mowlaei; Bas Kollöffel – European Journal of Engineering Education, 2024
Practical laboratory sessions are essential for engineering education, demanding efficient use of limited time. In recent years, Virtual Reality (VR) technologies have introduced Virtual Laboratories (VLs), offering the potential to enhance students' educational experience. Despite their potential, VLs are rarely utilised in civil engineering…
Descriptors: Laboratories, Virtual Classrooms, Gamification, Computer Simulation
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Amy Young; Les Dawes; Bouchra Senadji – European Journal of Engineering Education, 2024
Engineering identity has been repeatedly linked to the retention and success of engineering students, however, the current methods for understanding identity may not capture the holistic engineering identity journey. This study reviewed the method of utilising journey maps as a new approach to capture student engineering identity experiences.…
Descriptors: Engineering Education, Self Concept, Academic Persistence, Holistic Approach
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Lena Gumaelius; Inga-Britt Skogh; Ásrún Matthíasdóttir; Panagiotis Pantzos – European Journal of Engineering Education, 2024
This study investigates the question of how Engineering education in the Nordic region responds to the challenge of educating future engineers who are ready for professional practice in a digital world. Particular interest is put on identifying who is responsible for the implementation of digital knowledge and what and how subject content is…
Descriptors: Engineering Education, Educational Change, Teaching Methods, Technological Advancement
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Beagon, Una; Kövesi, Klara; Tabas, Brad; Nørgaard, Bente; Lehtinen, Riitta; Bowe, Brian; Gillet, Christiane; Spliid, Claus Monrad – European Journal of Engineering Education, 2023
Despite the emerging discussions about the growing role of engineers in achieving the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), there is a lack of agreement on which competences should be prioritised to prepare engineering students to resolve future sustainability challenges. This study examined and compared the views of key stakeholders of…
Descriptors: Engineering Education, Barriers, Sustainable Development, Objectives
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Orozco, Mariana; Boon, Mieke; Susarrey Arce, Arturo – European Journal of Engineering Education, 2023
This paper reports on the design of an innovative Electrochemistry course, part of a Chemical Science Engineering programme. Teachers have observed that their students' understanding of electrochemical concepts and phenomena is insufficient to attempt connections to further concepts, and to generate new knowledge in scientific problem-solving. A…
Descriptors: Engineering Education, Chemistry, Science Instruction, Teaching Methods
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Wint, Natalie – European Journal of Engineering Education, 2023
In recent years there have been calls to increase both the number and diversity of engineering graduates within the UK. In addition to this, technological advancement and the need to solve complex socio-economic problems, have contributed toward a shift in the skills and abilities that practicing engineers require. Such changes have led to an…
Descriptors: Engineering Education, Career Choice, Undergraduate Students, Foreign Countries
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Seppanen, Marita – European Journal of Engineering Education, 2023
Argumentation and metacognitive reflection are required for effective thinking and convincing argumentation in engineering co-design. This study investigated engineering students' argumentation and metacognitive reflection in their final group reports and their correlation with the quality of their work in co-design. The groups practiced and…
Descriptors: Metacognition, Engineering Education, Design, Persuasive Discourse
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van den Beemt, Antoine; van de Watering, Gerard; Bots, Michael – European Journal of Engineering Education, 2023
Increasingly higher education programs are made learner centred and flexible to face societal changes. Challenge-based learning (CBL) is an educational concept shaping these open and flexible programs. This article aims to articulate a framework for analysing CBL characteristics within and between study components in academic curricula. It…
Descriptors: Problem Based Learning, Higher Education, Student Centered Learning, Curriculum Implementation
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Bergman, Becky; Negretti, Raffaella; Apelgren, Britt-Marie – European Journal of Engineering Education, 2023
Intercultural group work (IGW), where students from different nationalities work together, is one important way to develop intercultural competence, a key skill for engineering students. This longitudinal, qualitative study of five master's engineering students follows their individual experiences in IGW and the affordances and challenges this way…
Descriptors: Intergroup Relations, Intercultural Communication, Group Activities, Engineering Education
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