A new model for engineering education has been developed and funded. The model is 100% project based learning (PBL) where the students develop their own learning objectives. The projects are authentic needs contributed by collaborating industries. Students monitor the acquisition of 32 technical competencies and all of the design and professionalism competencies required of new practicing engineers. The reasons for the new model, description of the model, research supporting the model, methods for evaluating the model and its transportability are discussed.
Annual Conference of American Society of Engineering Education
Ulseth, R. R., Froyd, J. E., Litzinger, T. A., Ewert, D., & Johnson, B. M. (2011, June). A New Model of Project-Based Learning in Engineering Education. Paper presented at 2011 Annual Conference & Exposition, Vancouver, BC. https://peer.asee.org/17360
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