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Location: Room E (9 - Numancia) Humanities Faculty
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Date: Monday, 15/Nov/2021
12:00pm - 1:30pmWS174: Building Conceptual Models and Engineering Design Thinking in K-12 Students
Location: Room E (9 - Numancia) Humanities Faculty
Session Chair: Dr. Nancy Ruzycki, University of Florida, United States of America
Session Chair: Dr. Krista Marie Dulany, University of Florida, United States of America
Session Chair: Dr. Lorelie Dela Fuente Imperial, University of Florida, United States of America
Session Chair: Dr. Blanca Quintana, UNED, Spain
This 90 minutes workshop will engage participants in understanding how engineering design practices can be brought into core content classes to support conceptual model development in students as part of the model development cycle. Participants will have a chance to map this learning using frameworks developed by the facilitators. The Engaged Quality Instruction Through Professional Development (EQuIPD) is a teacher professional development project funded by the US Department of Education through the Supporting Effective Educator Development (SEED) program. EQuIPD experts will lead this workshop with the aim of supporting teachers as they develop the capacity and build competency in creating and using conceptual models of the core content that they teach. This workshop will engage participants in understanding how engineering design practices can be brought into core content classes to support conceptual model development in students as part of the model development cycle. Participants will have a chance to map this learning using frameworks developed by the facilitators through collaborative, hands-on activities during each stage of the session. They will work through the workshop activities either in a face-to-face or virtual format. After the eliciting and developing stages, participants will go into small groups or breakout rooms to deploy the workshop findings into their own work. Participants will come back together at the end to receive feedback to refine their lessons or outcomes.
 

Building Conceptual Models and Engineering Design Thinking in K-12 Students

Nancy Jean Ruzycki, Lorelie Dela Fuente Imperial, Krista Dulany, Jared Carter, Seleka Naomi Kerr, Christine Angel Danger, Leigh Arnold

University of Florida, Gainesville, FL, United States of America

The Engaged Quality Instruction Through Professional Development (EQuIPD) is a teacher professional development project funded by the US Department of Education through the Supporting Effective Educator Development (SEED) program. EQuIPD experts will lead this workshop with the aim of supporting teachers as they develop the capacity and build competency in creating and using conceptual models of the core content that they teach. This workshop will engage participants in understanding how engineering design practices can be brought into core content classes to support conceptual model development in students as part of the model development cycle. Participants will have a chance to map this learning using frameworks developed by the facilitators through collaborative, hands-on activities during each stage of the session. They will work through the workshop activities either in a face-to-face or virtual format. After the eliciting and developing stages, participants will go into small groups or breakout rooms to deploy the workshop findings into their own work. Participants will come back together at the end to receive feedback to refine their lessons or outcomes.

 
Date: Tuesday, 16/Nov/2021
12:00pm - 1:30pmWS129: Reflecting on your Role Modeling with a Scientific Approach
Location: Room E (9 - Numancia) Humanities Faculty
Session Chair: Virginia Grande, Uppsala University, Sweden
Session Chair: Dr. Anne-Kathrin Peters, Royal Institute of Technology (KTH), Sweden
Session Chair: Prof. Mats Daniels, Uppsala University, Sweden
Session Chair: Dr. Elena Ruiz Larrocha, UNED, Spain
Having a role model can be beneficial, e.g. students may have higher self-esteem, motivation and academic achievement. We are all potential role models in different contexts. What is it that we model? If we consider whether there is intention and awareness of our own role modeling, how does it affect our reflection on what others may copy from us? In this workshop, participants from all backgrounds, including educators in any career stage (teachers, course coordinators, teaching assistants,...) are invited to think about their achievements and aspects of themselves that they can model for their students (or equivalent). The discussion then broadens to include all kinds of role modeling that the participants deem needed in the contexts they belong to and who (other than the participant themselves) can model these. The results of these discussions can be used by each participant individually to reflect on their own practice and to support discussions with other stakeholders, such as program coordinators or managers.
 

Reflecting on Your Role Modeling With a Scientific Approach

Virginia Grande, Mats Daniels, Anne-Kathrin Peters

Uppsala University, Sweden

Having a role model can be beneficial, e.g. for students benefits include higher self-esteem, motivation and academic achievement. Teachers are potential role models for their students. Others are potential role models in different contexts, such as a project leader. What is it that they model? If we consider whether there is intention and awareness of their own role modeling, how does it affect each teacher's reflection on what students may copy from them? In this workshop, participants from all backgrounds, including educators in any career stage (teachers, course coordinators, teaching assistants,...) are invited to think about their achievements and aspects of themselves that they can model for their students (or equivalent). The discussion then broadens to include all kinds of role modeling that the participants deem needed in the contexts they belong to and who (other than the participant themselves) can model these. The results of these discussions can be used by each participant individually to reflect on their own practice and to support discussions with other stakeholders, such as program coordinators or managers.

 
Date: Wednesday, 17/Nov/2021
12:00pm - 1:30pmSS132: COVID-19: Emerging Topics in Engineering Education (CETEE)
Location: Room E (9 - Numancia) Humanities Faculty
Session Chair: Dr. Matthias Gottlieb, Technical University of Munich (TUM), Germany
Session Chair: Prof. Sven Strickroth, LMU Munich, Germany
Session Chair: Prof. Matthias C. Utesch, TU Munich, Germany
Session Chair: Dr. Elena Ruiz Larrocha, UNED, Spain
 

Strengthening University Computing Programs to Meet National Security Needs

Maurice Dawson1, Andreas Vassilakos2, Ahmed Ben Ayed3

1Center for Cyber Security and Forensics Education, Illinois Institute of Technology, United States of America; 2Capitol Technology University, United States of America; 3Départment de technologie de l'information et de la communication Institut Supérieur des études technologiques en Communications de Tunis, Tunis, Tunisia



Consuming Security: Evaluating Podcasts to Promote Online Learning Integrated with Everyday Life

Daniel Pascal Koehler, Sebastian Serth, Christoph Meinel

Hasso-Plattner-Institute, Germany



Overcoming the Gap of Social Presence in Online Learning Communities at University

Gino Messmer2, Kay Berkling1

1Cooperative State University Karlsruhe, Germany; 2medialesson GmbH



Towards leveraging conversational agents for instructors and learners to find and access learning resources

Hendrik Steinbeck, Theresa Elfriede Isa Zobel, Christoph Meinel

Hasso-Plattner-Institute, Germany



GAMIFICATION METHOD TO IMPROVE SPEECH SKILLS AND PROFICIENCY AMONG STUDENTS: METHODOLOGY FOR IMPLEMENTATION

Aida Nurutdinova1, Dilyara Shakirova1, Zulfiia Fazlyeva1, Elena Dmitrieva2, Evgeniya Panfiova3, Dina Sheinina1, Gulnara Galeeva1, Irian Vasallo Baez4

1Kazan Federal University, Kazan, Russia; 2Kazan State Power Engineering University, Kazan, Russia; 3IACLD CPE ANCO, Kazan, Russia; 4Agrarian University of Havana "Fructuoso Rodríguez Pérez", Cuba, Havana;

 
3:30pm - 5:00pmWS06: Electrification, AI and the Future of Engineering Education
Location: Room E (9 - Numancia) Humanities Faculty
Session Chair: Carlos Sanchis, MathWorks, Spain
Session Chair: Dr. Blanca Quintana, UNED, Spain
The electrification megatrend is driving the replacement of less efficient technologies and helping us achieve a more sustainable future. With the switch to power electronics, batteries and electric machines of all sizes, it has become commonplace to deploy more and more embedded devices to control them. At the same time, with more access to data and computing power than ever before, machine learning is providing us with new ways to develop algorithms. When combined with ever more electronic and more programmable machines, we are facing the opportunity and the challenge to build increasingly autonomous systems.
How can engineers architect such complex systems, iterate quickly and validate their designs along the way? For many companies across industries, from renewable energies to mechatronics or transportation, the answer is Model-Based Design. In this presentation, we will look at how they are leveraging MATLAB® and domain-specific tools, with Simulink® as an integration platform to model multi-domain systems, validate their behavior and deploy code for them.
With such convergence of mechanics, electronics and software, how must the skills of future engineers evolve? We will share examples of how leading universities around the world are adapting their curricula to include more active learning with professional tools to help their students gain interdisciplinary skills and systems thinking.
Date: Thursday, 18/Nov/2021
12:00pm - 1:30pmS07: Student-Centered Learning Environments
Location: Room E (9 - Numancia) Humanities Faculty
Session Chair: Dr. Jordi Cuadros, IQS Universitat Ramon Llull, Spain
Session Chair: Alberto Real-Fernández, University of Alicante, Spain
Session Chair: Prof. Elio San Cristóbal, UNED, Spain
 

Enablers and Barriers to Implementing Service-Learning in India – A Case-Study of Two Service-learning Models Integrated into Undergraduate Engineering Curriculum

Surendra Bandi1, Srinivas Mohan Dustker2, Rohit Kandakatla3, William Oakes4, Sanjay Kotabagi5

1Hyderabad Institute of Technology and Management (HITAM), India; 2Purdue University, USA; 3KG Reddy College of Engineering and Technology, India; 4Purdue University, USA; 5KLE Technological University, India



Setting up an authentic learning environment using hybrid approach for transformative learning experience: Experiences from a Field Exercise Course in Higher Sustainability Education

Sadaf Taimur, Motoharu Onuki

University of Tokyo, Japan



Experiential learning methodology adopted for effective delivery of Computer Communication Networks course during Covid-19 pandemic

Vijaya Eligar, Shamshuddin K, Hemantaraj M Kelagadi, Anil M Kabbur, Nalini C Iyer

KLE Technological University, India



Learning Environment - What Matters for the High Ability Computer Science Students?

Oydinoy Zufarova, Victoria Kondratieva, Oksana Zhirosh

Innopolis University, Russian Federation



Transformation in Course Delivery Augmented with Problem-Based Learning and Tutorial

Padmashree Desai, Meena S M, Shantala Giraddi, Shrinivas Desai, Gururaj Hanchinamani

K L E technological University, India



Evaluation of engineering students output during covid-19 pandemic lockdown

Kazeem Aderemi Bello1, Olatunde Ajani Oyelaran1, Bukola Olalekan Bolaji1, Omojola Awogbemi2, Adefemi Omowole Adeodu3, Abayomi Busari1

1Federal University Oye-Ekiti, Nigeria; 2Ekiti State University, Ado Ekiti, Nigeria; 3University of South Africa, Florida, Johannesburg, South Africa

 

 
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