Since 2001, the international network Active Learning in Engineering education (ALE) organized a series of international workshops on innovation of engineering education. The papers in this book are selected to reflect the state of the art, based on contributions to the 2005 ALE workshop in Holland. This overview of experiences in research and practice aims to be a source of inspiration for engineering educators.It is worth noting that these deep reasoning questions have right answers, or a truth value. ... investigate alternatives through such questions, and use such questions to navigate in as-yet undefined concept spaces. ... What are the magnets for?
|Title||:||Research and Practice of Active Learning in Engineering Education|
|Author||:||Erik de Graaff, Gillian Saunders-Smits, Michael Nieweg|
|Publisher||:||Amsterdam University Press - 2005|