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Title International handbook of engineering education research / edited by Aditya Johri.

Publication Info. New York, NY : Routledge, 2023.

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Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Introduction to the international handbook of engineering education research / Aditya Johri -- The historically global forming of engineering education / Aparajith Ramnath, Amy Sue Bix, Christine Wineberg, Aive Pevkur Eddie -- Gaps, resources, and potentials for growth in comparative engineering education research / Xiaofeng Tang, Jennifer Case, Andres Valderrama Pineda -- Decolonization in engineering education / Jillian Seniuk Cicek, Stephanie Masta, Tom Goldfinch, Bruce Kloot -- Developing a global and culturally inclusive vision of engineering ethics education and research / Diana Martin, Alison Gwynne-Evans, Alexandra Kazakova, Qin Zhu -- Disrupting engineering education / Euan Lindsay, Roger Hadgraft, Ron Ulseth, Fiona Boyle -- The role and use of theory in engineering education research / Andrea Goncher, Ashish Hingle, Aditya Johri, Jennifer Case -- Emotions in engineering education / Johanna Lönngren, Inês Direito, Roland Tormey, James Huff -- Advancing an integrative perspective of identity in engineering education / James Huff, Monique Ross -- Critical and cultural analysis of engineering learning / Stephen Secules, Greses Perez, Roy Pea, Aditya Johri -- Critical perspectives on diversity, equity, and inclusion research in engineering education / Joel Mejia, Julie Martin -- Professional learning for pre-college engineering teachers / Adam Carberry, Stacy Klein-Gardner, Pamela Lottero-Perdue, Katherine Shirey -- Engineering graduate education in the United States / Gabriella Coloyan Fleming, Maura Borrego, David Knight -- The overlooked impact of faculty on engineering education / Stephanie Cutler, Alexandra Coso Strong -- Informal learning as opportunity for competency development and broadened engagement in engineering / Madeline Polmear, Shannon Chance, Roger Hadgraft, Corrinne Shaw -- Enabling a skilled and diverse engineering workforce with non-degree credentials / Helen L. Chen, Abisola Kusimo, Isabel Cardenas-Navia -- Institutionalizing social justice in engineering curricula / Diana Chen, Gordon Hoople, Jon Leydens, Cindy Rottmann -- Transforming engineering education through social capital in response to hidden curriculum / Idalis Villanueva Alarcón, Victoria Sellers, Robyn Mae Paul, Buffy Smith -- Collaborative learning in engineering education / Emma Mercier, Molly Hathaway Goldstein, Preethi Baligar, Robin Jephthah Rajarathinam -- Teaching for creativity, entrepreneurship, and leadership in engineering / Sarah Zappe, Aileen Huang-Saad, Nathalie Duval-Couetil, Denise Simmons -- Educating the whole engineer by integrating engineering and the liberal arts / Sarah Hitt, Amy Banzaert, Olga Pierrakos -- Engineering education and online learning / Andrea Gregg, Nada Dabbagh -- The use of extended reality (XR), wearable, and haptic technologies for learning across engineering disciplines / Diana Bairaktarova, Andrew Valentine, Rami Ghannam -- Online laboratories in engineering education research and practice / Dominik May, Gustavo R. Alves, Alexander A. Kist, Susan Zvacek -- Towards a techno-social realist approach in primary and secondary computing education / Aman Yadav, Michael Lachney -- A selective review of computing education research / Lauri Malmi, Aditya Johri -- Delineating anti-Blackness in engineering education research methodology / James Holly Jr, Kelly Cross, Walter Lee -- Broadening dissemination genres to share hidden insight via design cases in engineering education research / Vanessa Svihla, Lizandra C. Godwin, Ardeshir Raihanian Mashhadi, Jennifer R. Brown -- Considerations for engineering education research using quantitative methods / Margret Hjalmarson, Geoffrey Herman, Kerrie Douglas -- Advanced considerations in quantitative methods for new directions in engineering education research / Andrew Katz, Allison Godwin, Cory Brozina -- Contemporary approaches to equitable assessment of complex engineering competencies / Kerrie Douglas, Knut Neumann, Maria Elena Oliveri -- The future of engineering education research / Jeffrey Buckley, Patric Wallin, Esther Matemba, Jason Power, Atasi Mohanty, Gunter Bombaerts.
Summary "This comprehensive handbook offers a broad overview of contemporary research on engineering education and its practical application. Over the past two decades, the field of engineering education research (EER) has become a vibrant and impactful community with new journals, conferences, and doctoral and research programs established across the globe. The increased interest in this area has helped to improve the education and training of the next generation of engineers, as well as supporting growth in the use of technology for teaching and learning, increased attention to broadening participation, diversity and inclusion in the field, and a wide international expansion of the field. Drawing on the work of 100 expert contributors from over 20 countries, this volume covers both emergent and established areas of research within engineering education, giving voice to newcomers to the field as well as perspectives from established experts. Contents include: Sociocognitive and affective perspectives on engineering education; Technology and online learning in engineering education; Cultural and ethical issues including diversity, equity, and inclusion in engineering education; Curriculum design, teaching practices, and teacher education at all levels; Research methods and assessment in engineering education. This book offers an innovative and in-depth overview of engineering education scholarship and practice, which will be of use to researchers in engineering education, engineering educators and faculty, teacher educators in engineering education or STEM education, and other engineering and STEM-related professional organizations"-- Provided by publisher.
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Subject Engineering -- Study and teaching -- Research.
Added Author Johri, Aditya, 1976- editor.
Other Form: Print version: International handbook of engineering education research New York, NY : Routledge, 2023 9781032262765 (DLC) 2022060818
ISBN 9781003287483 (ebook)
1003287484
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9781032262758 (paperback)
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