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Increasing System Understanding and Motivation in Students Using Novel Interactive Learning Methods

Mattmann, Ilyas :
Increasing System Understanding and Motivation in Students Using Novel Interactive Learning Methods.
[Online-Edition: http://design.utoronto.ca/ceea2017/14.pdf]
In: CEEA 2017 Conference, 3.-7. Juni 2017, Toronto, Canada. Proceedings of the CEEA 2017 8th Annual Conference Toronto, Canada
[Conference or Workshop Item] , (2017)

Official URL: http://design.utoronto.ca/ceea2017/14.pdf

Abstract

Undergraduate engineering design students face the challenge of proving the durability of complex mechanical systems. Students are burdened with an excess of existing information. The key challenge lies in making a dry subject interesting to undergraduate students to increase fundamental skills and motivate students towards self-determined learning.

This paper presents a newly developed didactic approach that uses interactive learning methods for courses with large student numbers to increase learning success. The novel learning concept focuses on improving student motivation using interactive learning methods to achieve the intended learning outcomes and promote self-determined learning. Learning methods within the interactive learning concept are applied to prove the durability of welded joints. The paper highlights experiences from teaching practice gained while using these novel interactive learning methods in large engineering courses.

Item Type: Conference or Workshop Item
Erschienen: 2017
Creators: Mattmann, Ilyas
Title: Increasing System Understanding and Motivation in Students Using Novel Interactive Learning Methods
Language: English
Abstract:

Undergraduate engineering design students face the challenge of proving the durability of complex mechanical systems. Students are burdened with an excess of existing information. The key challenge lies in making a dry subject interesting to undergraduate students to increase fundamental skills and motivate students towards self-determined learning.

This paper presents a newly developed didactic approach that uses interactive learning methods for courses with large student numbers to increase learning success. The novel learning concept focuses on improving student motivation using interactive learning methods to achieve the intended learning outcomes and promote self-determined learning. Learning methods within the interactive learning concept are applied to prove the durability of welded joints. The paper highlights experiences from teaching practice gained while using these novel interactive learning methods in large engineering courses.

Title of Book: Proceedings of the CEEA 2017 8th Annual Conference
Place of Publication: Toronto, Canada
Uncontrolled Keywords: interactive learning methods, courses with large student numbers, increasing motivation, open source online systems, novel teaching concept
Divisions: 16 Department of Mechanical Engineering > Institute for Product Development and Machine Elements (pmd)
16 Department of Mechanical Engineering
Event Title: CEEA 2017 Conference
Event Location: Toronto, Canada
Event Dates: 3.-7. Juni 2017
Date Deposited: 28 Jun 2017 05:43
Official URL: http://design.utoronto.ca/ceea2017/14.pdf
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