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|Audience/Grade:||College Freshman-Continuing Education|
Engineering Education Research
General Engineering, Engineering Science
Engineering Education Journals
|Learning Resource Type:||
Reference - Educational Research Paper
Organization:Jack Lohmann, Editor, Journal of Engineering Education
|Description:||"The Journal of Engineering Education is a peer-reviewed international journal published quarterly by the American Society for Engineering Education. It serves as an archival record of scholarly research in engineering education.The Journal of Engineering Education is more than a place to publish papers - it also serves to build a vibrant community of scholars and practitioners dedicated to advancing scholarship in engineering education. From this philosophy flows our vision, "to catalyze a global community of scholars and practitioners dedicated to advancing rigorous scholarship in engineering education." Our vision is in turn supported by the journal's mission, "to serve as an archival record of scholarly research in engineering education." Our philosophy, vision, and mission define our values, aspirations, and focus." --Journal|
Student journals in engineering education: Do they work?
Programmed instruction is alive and well in West Virginia.
An experiment in modified self-paced learning
Participation is more than attendance
A hybrid lecture/self-study system for large engineering classes
Experiments with T groups in manager education for engineers
Continuing effectiveness of personalized self-paced instruction in digital systems engineering
A self-paced, computer-assisted instruction program in technical mathematics
Is self-paced instruction really worth it?
Integrated teaching of experimental and communication skills to undergraduate aerospace engineering students
Decentralised sequenced instruction (DSI) at Drexel
Improving the Retention of Engineering Students
Creative teaching and learning in a statics class
How might classroom time be used given WWW- based lectures?
Supplemental instruction integrated into an introductory engineering course
Developing problem solving skills: The McMaster problem solving program
A controlled study of the semi-paced teaching method
The effectiveness of the personalized system of instruction
|Is Component of:||
American Society for Engineering Education - ASEE
|Use of Resource:||
Peer-reviewed engineering education journal.
|Publication Date:||November 2007|
IEEE LOM Record