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Whalley, Brian; France, Derek; Park, Julian; Mauchline, Alice; Welsh, Katharine – Higher Education Pedagogies, 2021
The concept of the Fourth Industrial Revolution is related to a ubiquitously connected, pervasively proximate (UCaPP) world and its response to COVID-19. Pedagogies need to be aligned with institutional 'quality education' and changes in the nature of the undergraduate student intake to formulate a 'Future Educational System'. Considerations…
Descriptors: Individualized Instruction, Active Learning, COVID-19, Pandemics
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Doss, T. P.; Allett, N. F.; Woods, G. J.; Poursharif, G.; Knight, G. L. – Higher Education Pedagogies, 2021
Since 2004, Aston University has been delivering work-based learning (WBL) engineering degrees to key UK Energy sector employers, such as National Grid. National measures for widening participation in HE, such as the Degree Apprenticeship Levy, have led to significant changes in learning background diversity of WBL cohorts, consequently increasing…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Universities, College Students, Engineering Education
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Mgaiwa, Samson; Kapinga, Orestes – Higher Education Pedagogies, 2021
Mentoring has been pointed out as one of the strategies for early career academics (ECAs) preparation and support for smooth transition into academia. Although ECAs mentoring has been widely studied, and the findings have indeed been informative and illuminating, the issues facing ECAs have yet to be adequately addressed, particularly in Tanzania.…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Mentors, Beginning Teachers, College Faculty
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Geertshuis, Susan; Liu, Qian; Rix, Ngaire; Murdoch, Odette; McConnell, Mark – Higher Education Pedagogies, 2021
The Fourth Industrial Age (4IA) is likely to be accompanied simultaneously by an increase in technology-mediated learning and an urgent need for people to learn rapidly, effectively and collaboratively. This study investigates the potential of vicarious learning from videoed tutorials as a pedagogical tool suitable for the challenges of 4IA.…
Descriptors: Video Technology, Undergraduate Students, Business Administration Education, Teaching Methods
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Knight, Gillian L. – Higher Education Pedagogies, 2021
As universities embrace widening participation, we are starting to observe sector-wide awarding gaps, and with student continuation within Engineering & Technology as one of the lowest in Higher Education (HE), it would appear that our current curricular is not always effective for the attainment of a diverse student body. This paper…
Descriptors: Outcomes of Education, STEM Education, College Students, Student Diversity
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Udeozor, Chioma; Toyoda, Ryo; Russo Abegão, Fernando; Glassey, Jarka – Higher Education Pedagogies, 2021
Virtual Reality (VR) games and simulations are increasingly being used to provide highly interactive, engaging and contextual learning experiences for learners in otherwise risk-prone environments, such as those obtained in chemical engineering and industrial domains. Understanding the intention of users towards this technology for education and…
Descriptors: Computer Simulation, Game Based Learning, Chemical Engineering, Engineering Education
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Gillaspy, Emma; Vasilica, Cristina – Higher Education Pedagogies, 2021
This empirical qualitative study investigates whether the introduction of heutagogy in contemporary nursing education can foster the development of the digital self-determined learner, who is prepared to work and live in the fourth industrial age and beyond. The impact of heutagogical design on learner process and outcomes is explored through…
Descriptors: Technological Literacy, Self Determination, Nursing Education, Independent Study
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Hubbard, Katharine – Higher Education Pedagogies, 2021
There have been calls for Science Technology Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) education to become more interdisciplinary, reflecting the reality of contemporary research. However, communicating across disciplines is challenging. In this article, I explore what and how students read in the STEM disciplines. I provide an overview of key topics in…
Descriptors: STEM Education, Content Area Reading, Undergraduate Students, Reading Materials
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Martinez-Vazquez, P. – Higher Education Pedagogies, 2021
This paper proposes a model to re-balance assessment schedules through the quantification of students' workload. The initiative derives from the migration of a term-based to a semester-based calendar in a HE institution. The change required scrutiny of former and new assessment calendars which highlighted deficiencies in the administration of…
Descriptors: Semester System, Higher Education, Educational Change, Engineering Education
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Treve, Mark – Higher Education Pedagogies, 2021
The effect of the latest novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) on higher education, specifically the transition from face-to-face sessions to online and interactive learning systems, is investigated in this study. The paper discusses the difficulties that higher education institutions face in transitioning to 'online pedagogy,' including mobility issues,…
Descriptors: COVID-19, Pandemics, Barriers, Higher Education
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Altuna, Jon; Pascual-Sagastizabal, Eider; Cruz-Iglesias, Esther; Aierbe, Ana; Madinabeitia, Alba; Marko, Inazio; Diez-Guiral, Uxue – Higher Education Pedagogies, 2021
The aim of this article is to analyze the extent to which students and teachers in the Degree in Pedagogy perceive the training they receive is consistent with employment opportunities in specific professional areas. To do so, we have examined the relationship between students' and teachers' perceptions on the training they receive and its…
Descriptors: Curriculum Evaluation, Employment Opportunities, Outcomes of Education, College Graduates
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Regmi, Krishna; Jones, Linda – Higher Education Pedagogies, 2021
E-learning has been widely used in higher education as it provides better access to learning resources online, utilising technology to enhance learning. Despite growing evidence claiming that e-learning is as effective as traditional means of learning, the evidence is still very limited. This protocol aims to measure the impact of e-learning as…
Descriptors: Electronic Learning, Instructional Effectiveness, Health Sciences, Science Education
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Matthews, Adam; McLinden, Mike; Greenway, Celia – Higher Education Pedagogies, 2021
A challenge for higher education, in the context of the 'Fourth Industrial Age', is to prepare students for uncertain futures. Proposed is a model of integrated scholarship drawing on, and developing, Boyer's scholarship (discovery, teaching, integration and application). We argue that such a model provides a connecting thread between the idea of…
Descriptors: Universities, Foreign Countries, Higher Education, Role of Education
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Chanifah, Nur; Hanafi, Yusuf; Mahfud, Choirul; Samsudin, Abu – Higher Education Pedagogies, 2021
This paper reports on a qualitative study into developing a spirituality-based Islamic education framework for university students. In Indonesia, developing a spirituality-based Islamic education framework in the schooling sector has been extensively carried out. However, such a notion seems sparse in the Indonesian higher education levels. This…
Descriptors: Muslims, Spiritual Development, Islam, Higher Education
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Selwyn, Rebecca; Renaud-Assemat, Irene – Higher Education Pedagogies, 2020
Technical writing skills are vital to professional engineers, but many engineering students find them difficult to master. This paper presents a case study carried out among ~300 first and second year engineering students who had little previous experience in technical writing. The aim was to support them to write better technical reports.…
Descriptors: Technical Writing, Research Reports, Writing Skills, Undergraduate Students
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