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Auer, Michael E.

Interactive Collaborative Learning

Auer, Michael E. - Interactive Collaborative Learning, ebook

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Table of contents

1. Continuous Research and Development Partnership in Engineering Education
Andreas Probst, Detlef Gerhard, Sébastien Bougain, Christian Nigischer

2. Digital Educational Mind Maps: A Computer Supported Collaborative Learning Practice on Marketing Master Program
Iuliia Papushina, Olga Maksimenkova, Andrei Kolomiets

3. Applying a Collaborative Learning Technique in PhD Student Groups with Multinational Structure During Foreign Language Studying in Technical University
Xenia S. Arsentyeva, Elena B. Gulk, Pavel M. Kasyanik

4. Problem-Based Learning Approach to Teach Printed Circuit Boards Test
Beatrice Pradarelli, Pascal Nouet, Laurent Latorre

5. Fostering Math Competencies Through Online Collaborative Editing Tools
Alejandro Adorjan

6. Developing Electrical Engineering Course in an Active Cooperative Learning (ACL) Platform
Maan A. Kousa, Ali H. Muqaibel, Douglas B. Williams, Mohammad T. Alkhodary, Qadri Mayyala

7. Faculty Perceptions on Publishing Research
Diane Rasmussen Pennington, Andree Swanson, Efiong Akwaowo, Paula Zobisch

8. Criteria for Selection of a Web 2.0 Tool for Process Modeling Education
Martina Holenko Dlab, Sanja Candrlic, Sandra Sabranovic

9. Collaboration Tools for Virtual Teams in Terms of the SECI Model
Monika Dávideková, Jozef Hvorecký

10. Team-Based Projects and Peer Assessment. IT Works!
Veronika Dropčová, Zuzana Kubincová

11. Role of the Online Tutor in Establishing Social Presence in Asynchronous Text-Based Collaborative Learning Environments
Aleksandra Lazareva

12. 3D Real-Time Collaborative Environment to Learn Teamwork and Non-technical Skills in the Operating Room
Catherine Pons Lelardeux, David Panzoli, Michel Galaup, Vincent Minville, Vincent Lubrano, Pierre Lagarrigue, Jean-Pierre Jessel

13. Students’ Motivations and Motivating Students in Study Islands
Nadine Marth, Klaus Lehmann, Jürgen Apfelbeck

14. Using the System Usability Scale in a Classification Learning Environment
Alekya Peruri, Otto Borchert, Katy Cox, Guy Hokanson, Brian M. Slator

15. Student’s Behavior in Virtual Environment
Peter Kuna, Martin Vozar

16. Learning Groups for MOOCs Lessons for Online Learning in Higher Education
Godfrey Mayende, Andreas Prinz, Ghislain Maurice Norbert Isabwe, Paul Birevu Muyinda

17. An Inclusive Musical Mechatronics Course
Dale A. Carnegie, Craig A. Watterson, Jim Murphy, Mohammad Zareei

18. An Integrated Project for Freshmen Students in a Software Engineering Education
Zied Alaya, Anouar Chemek, Ghazi Khodjet El Khil, Meriem Ben Aissa, Ahlem Marzouk

19. Motivating Students with Bio-Fuel Student Engineering Competition Projects
Gregory W. Davis

20. Artistic Robot – An EPS@ISEP 2016 Project
Adam Dziomdziora, Daniel Nicolae Sin, Fraser Robertson, Mikko Mänysalo, Nona Pattiselano, Abel Duarte, Benedita Malheiro, Cristina Ribeiro, Fernando Ferreira, Manuel F. Silva, Paulo Ferreira, Pedro Guedes

21. Didactic Robotic Fish – An EPS@ISEP 2016 Project
Achim Reinhardt, Alvaro Chousa Esteban, Justyna Urbanska, Martin McPhee, Terry Greene, Abel Duarte, Benedita Malheiro, Cristina Ribeiro, Fernando Ferreira, Manuel F. Silva, Paulo Ferreira, Pedro Guedes

22. Development of an Innovative Learning Environment for Engineering Education
Nele Rumler, Susanne Staude, Nina Friese

23. Active Pedagogy Project to Increase Bio-Industrial Process Skills
Abdellatif Elm’selmi, Guilhem Boeuf, Ahmed Elmarjou, Rabah Azouani

24. Entrepreneurship Certification Concept for Higher Technical Colleges in Austria
Jürgen Jantschgi, Johann Persoglia, Wolfgang Pachatz

25. Role of Project Based Learning in Education
Carol H. Fitzsimons

26. Academic Readiness of Mature-Age Students
Dana Dobrovska

27. Who Owns the Teaching and Learning Environment?
Craig Watterson, Bernadette Knewstubb, Dale Carnegie, Marc Wilson

28. Application of the “Fishbone” Technology in the Organization of Independent Work of Students in Higher Mathematics
Irina G. Ustinova, Elena I. Podberezina, Elizaveta O. Shefer

29. The Importance of Writing in Software Engineering Education
Magdalena Beslmeisl, Rebecca Reuter, Jürgen Mottok

30. A Systematic Literature Review of the Application of the Jigsaw Technique in Engineering and Computing
José Antonio Pow-Sang, Patricia Escobar-Cáceres

31. Designing a Competency Framework for Graduate Levels in Computing Sciences: The Middle-East Context
Laurent Veillard, Stéphanie Tralongo, Abdelaziz Bouras, Michel Nir, Catherine Galli

32. Analyzing Students’ Knowledge Building Skills by Comparing Their Written Production to Syllabus
Erick Velazquez, Sylvie Ratté, Frank Jong

33. Advanced Training of Engineers in Research University: Traditions and Innovations
Ivanov Vasily, Barabanova Svetlana, Galikhanov Mansur, Lefterova Olga

34. Quality of Study Programmes or Quality of Education
Alexander Solovyev, Larisa Petrova, Viacheslav Prikhodko, Ekaterina Makarenko

35. Socio-Psychological Readiness for Academic Mobility of Engineering Students
Farida T. Shageeva, Dilyara R. Erova, Inna M. Gorodetskaya, Liliya V. Prikhodko

36. Educational Process at the Technical University Through the Eyes of Its Participants
Pavel M. Kasyanik, Elena B. Gulk, Marina V. Olennikova, Konstantin P. Zakharov, Viktor N. Kruglikov

37. Learning Engineering Through Teams
José Figueiredo

38. Entrepreneurship in Engineering Education
Peter Binder, Josef Knauder

39. Analysis of STEM Teaching – Most Common Strategies and Methods Enabling Deep Understanding and Interactive Learning Applied by Graduates of Technical Teacher Initial and Continuing Education Programs in Estonia
Tiia Rüütmann

40. A Self-Reflection on the Importance of Project Activities in Engineering Education
Rafael Tavares

41. Model for Improving the Quality of Graduates and Job Applicants in European Labour Market
Roman Hrmo, Juraj Miština, Lucia Krištofiaková

42. Ciberlandia: An Educational Robotics Program to Promote STEM Careers in Primary and Secondary Schools
Jose Carlos Rodríguez Rodríguez, Eduardo Martín-Pulido, Vanesa Jorge Padrón, Jonathan Alemán Alemán, Carmelo R. García, Alexis Quesada-Arencibia

43. Creating New Learning Environment to Foster Enrollment in Engineering Programs
Claudio Rocha Brito, Melany M. Ciampi, Luis Amaral, Rosa Vasconcelos, Victor F. A. Barros

44. T-Learning: Proposal of an Innovative Pedagogical Approach on the Basis of Theatrical Techniques and Competition Spirit for Technical Modules Teaching
Salah Bousbia, Emna Miladi, Zeineb Kooli, Asma Chouki, Wafa Boumaiza

45. Can MOOCs Support Secondary Education in Computer Science?
Catrina Tamara Grella, Thomas Staubitz, Ralf Teusner, Christoph Meinel

46. Professional and General Education – Curricular Bridges Building
Martin Bilek, Ivana Simonova, Veronika Machkova, Michal Musilek, Martina Manenova

47. The Effect of Switching the Order of Experimental Teaching in the Study of Simple Gravity Pendulum - A Study with Junior High-School Learners
Charilaos Tsihouridis, Dennis Vavougios, George Ioannidis

48. Model of Network Interaction for Involvement of Children and Youth into Scientific and Engineering Creativity (Through the Example of Tomsk Regional Children Non-Governmental Organization “Hobbycenter” Practice)
Polina Mozgaleva, Oxana Zamyatina, Daria Starodubtseva, Alena Mozgaleva

49. Technical Student Electronic Cheating on Examination
Dana Dobrovska

50. Work in Progress: A Culturally Specific System to Improve Student Academic Integrity
Leigh Powell, Dale A. Carnegie

51. International Comparison of Media Usage Among University Students
Luiz Fernando Capretz, Gerd Gidion

52. Collaboration Among Educational Institutes, Industries and Citizens in a Local Community for Realizing Enhanced Science Literacy Through Successful Science Events
Makoto Hasegawa

53. Public Investment on Education in Sardinia - The “Tutti a Iscol@” Project
Carole Salis, Marie Florence Wilson, Fabrizio Murgia, Stefano Monni, Franco Atzori

54. Structural Development of Substance in Engineering Education: Method of Cornerstones
Aki Korpela, Timo Tarhasaari, Lauri Kettunen, Risto Mikkonen, Hanna Kinnari-Korpela

55. SLA as a Vital Part of Continuous Professional Development Among Academics
Zhanna Anikina, Liubov Sobinova, Julia Isaeva

56. Innovations in Enterprise Informatics Subjects
Ivana Simonova, Petra Poulova

57. Contribution Studies of Engineering Alumni on the Quality of the End of Project Studies of the Following Promotions
Wafa Boumaiza, Zeineb Kooli, Asma Chouki, Emna Miladi, Salah Bousbia

58. Participatory Development of a Bachelor’s Degree Program in Industrial Engineering for Non-traditional Students
Konrad Mußenbrock, Markus Stroß, Alina Schibelbein, Cornelia Böhmer, Nina Feldmann, David Hojas, Eva-Maria Beck-Meuth

59. The Impact of Academic Staff Development on the University Internationalization
Gleb Benson, Inga Slesarenko, Polina Shamritskaya

Keywords: Engineering, Computational Intelligence, Artificial Intelligence (incl. Robotics)

Editor
 
 
Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2017
Language
en
Edition
1
Series
Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing
Category
Technology, Energy, Traffic
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9783319503370
Printed ISBN
978-3-319-50336-3

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