Parallel sessions Tuesday

Parallel sessions Tuesday

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Parallel sessions 0

Parallel sessions 0


Paper: 2
Salim Mohamed Salim
Challenge-based Learning: A Case Study in Computer Aided Engineering

Paper: 20
Linda Steuer-Dankert
Training Future Skills -  Sustainability, Interculturality & Innovation in a Digital Design Thinking Format

Paper: 36
Amin Majd, Juha Kalliovaara, Tero Jokela and Jarkko Paavola
Designing and Implementing Components for an Autonomous Research Vessel in RDI Course

Paper: 68
Ho Yenn Giin and Leong Yiat Yam
A CDIO Approach to Teach Sustainability in Architecture

Paper: 84
Tony Topping, Matt Murphy and Samuel Saunders
Evaluating the Use of ITP Metrics in Supporting Teamwork

Paper: 85
Tony Topping, Matt Murphy and Samuel Saunders
Enhanced Assessment and Learning through Adaptive Comparative Judgement

Paper: 110
Mari Ketola, Anne Norström and Piia Nurmi
Learning Environments Supporting the Development of Resilient and Innovative Problem Solvers

Paper: 113
Tomoharu Kaeriyama, Jun Sato and Satoru Yamada
Design and Evaluation of Basic Exercise Environment for Virtual Laboratory

Paper: 133
Hang T.N. Ha, Anh Duc Bui, Tan Tran and Van Thu Van
Perception of Students and Instructors on Virtual Learning: A Case of DTU

Paper: 141
Achyut Sapkota, Natsu Kitagawa, Hiromasa Ogawa and Kanae Tsuchiya
On the Realization of Restrictions-free Active Classrooms in the Post-Covid Era

Paper: 144
Qi Dong, Xiang Li, Mingbao Zhang, Dongyang Chu, Tingting Zhao and Dongyang Li
Microwave Intervention Simulation Teaching Reform Based on CDIO Engineering Education Model

Paper: 154
Mingbao Zhang, QingHui Wang, Xiang Li, Rui Zhang and Yirunhan Pan
Virtual Simulation Teaching Exploration of Endotracheal Intubation Led by CDIO Concept

Paper: 162
Krys Bangert, Edward Browncross, Matteo Di Benedetti, Harry Day and Andrew Garrard
Comparing XR and Digital Flipped Methods to Meet Learning Objectives

Paper: 166
Hsin-Yi Kung, Yuan-Hsiu Lin, Chun-Chieh Sun and Ching-Yi Lee
Embedding CDIO Framework in Educational Statistics Courses with Serious Games

Paper: 167
Ching-Yi Lee, Yuan-Hsiu Lin, Chun-Chieh Sun and Hsin-Yi Kung
An Interdisciplinary Mathematics Project on CDIO Framework for Vocational High School Students

Paper: 180
Shandris Tuyaerts, Tinne De Laet, Lynn Van den Broeck and Greet Langie
Engineering Technology Students' Self-Regulation: A Baseline

Paper: 202
Jorgen Forss, Neil Cooke, Sarah Chung and Jesper Andersson
Maximising Academic and Social Outcomes

Room R2

Introduction to CDIO, Part 1
Kristina Edström, Anders Rosén

Parallel sessions 1

Parallel sessions 1

Tuesday 1300–1430 (30–20–20–20)

Room R1
Session chair: Daniel Spooner

Paper: 11
Networking Change Leader – New Role for a Program Director in Engineering Education
Magnus Andersson

Paper: 67
Case Study on Integrated Curriculum Using Spiral Curriculum Model for Chemical Engineering
Katerina Yang, Ai Ye Oh, Siew Teng Phua and Yunyi Wong

Paper: 138
Framework for the Evaluation of Cybersecurity Curriculum Educational Content
Antti Hakkala, Anne-Maarit Majanoja, Ville Leppänen and Seppo Virtanen

Paper: 94
Engineering Minor in Architecture, a Model for Interdisciplinary Specialization and Contextual Learning
Reidar Lyng, Anders Ronnquist, Bendik Manum and Simen Dalen Taraldsen

Room R5
Session chair: Karina Mathisen

Paper: 214
Relation between Perception of Course Elements and Overall Impression: Evidence from 4015 Surveys
Alena Khaslavskaya and Ivan D. Sanchez-Diaz

Paper: 37
Blended Laboratories for Joining Technology
Shahram Sheikhi, Konstantin Bronstein, Eduard Mayer, Robert Langer, Azadeh Reise and Christian Stöhr

Paper: 42
Development of Simulation Tools to Enhance the Real-world Connections for Active Learner
Hiromasa Ohnishi

Paper: 54
Experiences on the Creation of a Multi-disciplinary Course in a Metaverse Environment
Elina Kontio, Werner Ravyse, Teppo Saarenpää, Emiliana Pizarro-Lucas, Ignacio Dorado-Diaz, Pedro L. Sanchez, Timo Haavisto and Mika Luimula

Room R7
Session chair: 

Paper: 74
Student Reflective Practice as Part of Engineering Programmes
Gareth Thomson and Klara Kovesi

Paper: 127
Bringing Reflective Writing to the Engineering Classroom
Marcel Kyas, Joseph Timothy Foley and Markéta Foley

Paper: 43
The KTH Guide to Scientific Writing: Sparking a Conversation about Writing
Jane Bottomley, Jamie Rinder and Susanna Zeitler Lyne

Paper: 5
Reflections about Reflections
Svante Gunnarsson, Urban Forsberg and Daniel Axehill

Room R2

Preparing Engineering Students for Impactful Careers in Industry
Rohit Agrawal 

In this session, hear about the challenges that deans, department heads and educators face as they evolve their curricula to meet the ever-changing needs of industry and students. See how MathWorks aligns as a university partner by developing teaching tools and resources that help prepare students to fit industry and research workflows. This talk integrates MathWorks resources such as assignment autograding, online training courses, courseware, integrations with open source software (OSS), student programs, and capstone projects in a conversation about enabling educators to teach complex engineering concepts in an effective and engaging manner.

Room R22

Paper: 152
Developing Introductory Courses Integrating Sustainability for Program Progression
Chirag Trevedi, Reidar Lyng and Geir Asle Owren

Room D1-185

Paper: 66
Creating Authentic, Interdisciplinary, Engaging Undergraduate Laboratories
Joanne Tanner

Room R23

Paper: 199
Develop an Interdisciplinary Course Using the Interdisciplinarity Toolbox
Coralie Johnson, Miles MacLeod, Klaasjan Visscher and Jan van der Veen

Parallel sessions 2

Parallel sessions 2

1500–1630 (30–30–15–15 / 30–30–30)

Room R1
Session chair: Anders Rosén

Paper: 155
Evaluating and Enhancing the Status of Sustainability in Engineering Programs
Anders Rosén, Eva Liedholm Johnson and Joakim Jalden

Paper: 209
Integrating Sustainable Development in a Computer Science Program: A Review
Marcia Muñoz, Claudia Martinez-Araneda and Matilde Basso

Paper: 207
Engineering Learning of Sustainable Product Lifecycle through CDIO
Adil Imam, Nicola Joyce and Anne Nortcliffe

Paper: 69
Integrating Interdisciplinary Education in Artificial Intelligence and Engineering Systems Curriculum
Sonia M. Gomez Puente and Karolina Doulougeri

Room R5
Session chair: Gabrielle Hansen

Paper: 19
Skills Assessment in Innovation and Entrepreneurship Education Initiatives
Alessandra Scroccaro, Jeanette Engzell, Charlotte, A. Norrman, Milena Bigatto and Cia Lundvall

Paper: 182
Assessment and Feedback across Various Outcomes in Project Courses: A Department-wide Study
Gabrielle Hansen and Guttorm Sindre

Paper: 103
Scaffolding Learning to Foster Students' Sustainability Competencies and Attitudes through Projects
Chew Lin Chia, Joo Ghee Lim, Kwee Teck Tan and Ser Khoon Toh

Paper: 16
Blended POGIL and Developer Blog Learning for Senior Project Implementation
Masoodhu Banu N.M, Deepa Beeta Thiyam and Padmanabha Sarma A

Room R7
Session chair: Per Fagrell

Paper: 88
Entrepreneurship in Engineering Programs: A Methodology for Systematic Literature Review
Saul Garcia Huertes and Ramon Bragos

Paper: 122
Visualizing Extracurricular Student Teams Learning at TU/e Innovation Space with CDIO Syllabus
Eugenio Bravo Cordova, Ana M. Valencia, Isabelle Reymen and Jan van der Veen

Paper: 108
Embodying Ideas in Teams Education
Shota Matsuhashi, Takurou Itoh, Takashi Morinaga, Hiromasa Ohnishi, Sou Takahashi, Hiroyuki Arafune and Ryo Satoh

Paper: 18
Creating Creative Engineers: Embedding Project Based Learning Throughout an Engineering Curriculum
Ahmed Tamkin Butt, Arooj Siddiqui and Edward William Causton

Room R9
Session chair: Lena Petersson

Paper: 12
From University to Work: Alumni Viewpoints
Helena Kovacs, Iris Capdevila, Isabelle Lermigeaux-Sarrade and Patrick Jermann

Paper: 175
Engineering or Computer Science, What Is the Deal?
Asrun Matthiasdottir



Room R2
Session chair: Birgit Krogstie

Paper: 213
Engaging Students Oriented towards Usefulness in a Bildung-oriented Engineering Education
Ronny Kjelsberg and Magnus Kahrs

Paper: 75
Who am I Learning to Become? Integrating Personal Development in Curriculum Design
Nina Bohm, MaartenJan Hoekstra, Leo PJ van den Burg and Milou Reincke

Paper: 38
Educating for Integrity: Blending the Liberal Arts and Humanitarian Engineering
Jeff Frank, Nikola Petrova, Peter Chemweno and Alberto Martinetti

Room R73

1500–1600: Workshop 60 min
Paper: 188
Make It Awkward – Equipping Students to Address Microaggressions
Siara Isaac and Vivek Ramachandran

Room R22

Paper: 79
The CDIO Standards' Agility
Suzanne Brink, Elizabeth Keller, Reidar Lyng and Sonia M. Gomez Puente

Room R23

Paper: 50
Handbook to Guide Members on Organizing Key CDIO Activities
Mark Singh, Sin Moh Cheah, Helene Leong, Janne Roslöf and Juha Kontio

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