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David Roldan-Alvarez; Francisco J. Mesa – IEEE Transactions on Education, 2024
Artificial intelligence (AI) in programming teaching is something that still has to be explored, since in this area assessment tools that allow grading the students work are the most common ones, but there are not many tools aimed toward providing feedback to the students in the process of creating their program. In this work a small sized…
Descriptors: Intelligent Tutoring Systems, Grading, Artificial Intelligence, Feedback (Response)
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Enzo Gaudino Mendes; Tiago F. A. C. Sigahi; Jefferson De Souza Pinto; Dirceu Da Silva; Rosley Anholon; Jose Domingos Adriano – IEEE Transactions on Education, 2024
Contribution: This study contributes to understand the current state of electronics education in Brazil, comparing it with market demand for professionals in the context of Industry 4.0 (I4.0). This study can be used to improve and update education programs and disciplines, as well as to assess whether the graduate's profile is aligned with the…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Electronics, Industry, Science Education
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Fatma Demir; Ellen Roels; Seppe Terryn; Bram Vanderborght – IEEE Transactions on Education, 2024
Contribution: This article presents an engineering outreach activity that aims to teach K-12 students how to develop a tendon-based soft robotic finger. The primary objectives of this STEM activity are to introduce students to the fundamentals of soft robotics, its interdisciplinary nature, and to offer them a hands-on and engaging learning…
Descriptors: Outreach Programs, Engineering, STEM Education, Elementary Secondary Education
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Liqi Lai; Luyao Wang; Rui Huang; Zoe Lin Jiang; Junbo Huang; Wenyue Shi; Bin Zhou; Renzhang Chen; Bin Lei; Junbin Fang – IEEE Transactions on Education, 2024
Contribution: This article proposes a task-driven ADDIE-Twist design model with a double-helix structure, which introduces intelligent teaching tools and lightweight collaboration platforms to design a knowledge-sharing and group collaboration model with two layers of teaching task driven and learning task driven, providing inspiration for the…
Descriptors: Models, Learning Activities, Group Activities, Engineering Education
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Kunye Chen; Raghav Mahalingam; Neal Ormsbee; Rachel Schlossman; Luis Sentis – IEEE Transactions on Education, 2024
University laboratories deliver unique hands-on experimentation opportunities for STEM students, but often lack state-of-the-art equipment and provide limited access to their equipment. The University of Texas Cloud Laboratory (CLAB) provides remote access to cutting-edge series elastic actuators for student experimentation regarding…
Descriptors: STEM Education, Laboratory Experiments, Laboratory Equipment, Robotics
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Tuan-Yung Han; Hong-Ren Chen – IEEE Transactions on Education, 2024
Contribution: This study used a guided reflective thinking mechanism to improve students' acceptance of flipped classrooms while promoting the development of students' will and self-regulated learning strategies to enhance their preclass preparation and participation in classroom activities. Background: Previous research has provided evidence of…
Descriptors: Flipped Classroom, Student Participation, Class Activities, Reflection
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Prateek Shekhar; Heydi Dominguez; Pramod Abichandani; Craig Iaboni – IEEE Transactions on Education, 2024
Purpose: The presented study was conducted to unpack high school students' motivational influences in engineering/computer science project-based learning (PjBL), using the attention, relevance, confidence, and satisfaction (ARCS) model of motivation as a conceptual framework. Methods: A qualitative research approach was used with student focus…
Descriptors: High School Students, Student Projects, Student Motivation, Learning Motivation
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Chetna Gupta; Varun Gupta – IEEE Transactions on Education, 2024
Contribution: This article demonstrates and illustrates the implication of design-based learning (DBL) and plan, do, check, and act (PDCA) methodology to foster creativity, critical thinking, collaborative decision making, and communication skills ("C4") with realistic constraints, theory, and practical implementation in higher…
Descriptors: Engineering Education, Skill Development, Job Skills, Teaching Methods
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Renate G. Klaassen; Hans Hellendoorn; Linette Bossen – IEEE Transactions on Education, 2024
TU Delft education system is transformed on three levels: (1) new courses and projects in existing B.Sc. and M.Sc. programs for multidisciplinary and reflective learning; (2) new M.Sc. programs focusing on multi and interdisciplinarity, personal development, and professional skills; and (3) central Interdisciplinary Projects for Master Students…
Descriptors: Engineering Education, Resilience (Psychology), Foreign Countries, Ecology
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Alejandra J. Magana; Aparajita Jaiswal; Theodora Loyce Amuah; Mariana Zamora Bula; Mohammad Shams Ud Duha; Jennifer C. Richardson – IEEE Transactions on Education, 2024
Contribution: The study characterizes aspects of cognitive and metacognitive dimensions of team cognition of software development teams in educational settings. Background: The software development industry requires software engineers and developers to work in teams; for this, there is substantial research on teamwork in the context of the…
Descriptors: Computer Software, Engineering Education, Undergraduate Students, Teamwork
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Maria Eftychia Angelaki; Fragkiskos Bersimis; Theodoros Karvounidis; Christos Douligeris – IEEE Transactions on Education, 2024
Contributions: This article explores the impact of environmental education interventions about e-waste recycling and management practices as well as about the energy usage of data centers (DCs) into the Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) university curricula. Intended Outcomes: An education program was implemented aiming to raise…
Descriptors: Information Technology, Communications, Conservation Education, Sanitation
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Allison Godwin; Heather Perkins; Linda DeAngelo; Eric McChesney; Kevin Kaufman-Ortiz; Gerard Dorve-Lewis; Beverly Conrique – IEEE Transactions on Education, 2024
Contribution: This study demonstrates the efficacy of an ecological belonging intervention in a first-year engineering programming course to increase belonging for Black, Latinx, and Indigenous (BLI) students and close academic equity gaps. Background: Introductory programming courses are often challenging for students and can shape belonging in…
Descriptors: Students, Engineering Education, Blacks, African Americans
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Alma Pisabarro-Marron; Carlos Vivaracho-Pascual; Esperanza Manso-Martinez; Silvia Arias-Herguedas – IEEE Transactions on Education, 2024
Contribution: A successful activity based on the scavenger hunt (SH) game is presented here. Although "serious game" in education now seems synonymous with videogame, the effectiveness of hands-on traditional games to increase student performance that, besides, they also like is defended and proved. The proposal is not focused, as is…
Descriptors: Educational Games, Higher Education, Learning Processes, Student Motivation
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Wesley Beccaro; Miguel Arjona Ramirez; William Liaw; Heitor Rodrigues Guimaraes – IEEE Transactions on Education, 2024
Contribution: During the lockdown period of the COVID-19 pandemic, online oral exams have become a necessary reality. Considering the possibility of carrying out and recording the oral exam sessions, analyses were conducted to assess how the speaking time ratio and emotional states are affected during the exams. Background: Although many studies…
Descriptors: Oral Language, Emotional Response, Psychological Patterns, Speech Communication
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Jaroslaw Sadowski; Jacek Stefanski – IEEE Transactions on Education, 2024
Contribution: Two toolsets for the remote teaching of radio communication laboratory classes: 1) online simulators for individual work of students and 2) a remote access system to laboratory workstations for group work. Initial assumptions and method of implementation of both tools are presented. Background: The COVID-19 pandemic has forced a…
Descriptors: Blended Learning, Laboratories, Radio, Telecommunications
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