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SELFCONFIDENCE & SELFEXPRESSION THROUGH SKETCHING - THE SIGNIFICANCE OF DRAWING IN “PRIMARY EDUCATION” & THE NEXT GENERATION OF ENGINEERING

Wachs, Marina-Elena // 2021
The value of cultural practice in design engineering education begins at the age of kindergarten – a playful cultural education. Sketching means self-expression and self-consciousness, in regards of ...

SOFT SKILLS IN DESIGN EDUCATION, IDENTIFICATION, CLASSIFICATION AND RELATIONS: PROPOSAL OF A CONCEPT MAP

De Freitas, Ana Paula Nazaré (1,2); Almendra, Rita Assoreira (2) // 2021
Soft skills are interpersonal, social and emotional skills. They are transversal to various fields of knowledge and life. There are different labels to refer to these skills: 21-century skills (OECD, ...

SOLUTION REPERTOIRE

Turnhout, Koen; Smits, Aletta // 2021
Research about design cognition acknowledges the importance of knowledge about exiting solutions. Designers tend to employ solution oriented thinking strategies; they generate idea’s starting from ...

STRATEGIC DEVELOPMENT OF PERSONAL AND INTERPERSONAL SKILLS

Törlind, Peter; Eklöf, Lars // 2021
Personal and interpersonal skills are an essential part of design engineers’ knowledge and skills, which students rarely feel they work with in a structured way during their education. To improve ...

STUDENT EXPERIENCE OF PERCEIVED CONNECTEDNESS IN ONLINE DESIGN EDUCATION

Gogu, Christy Vivek; Kumar, Jyoti // 2021
Online courses have been on the rise in the last few decades and recently with the pandemic across the world, many traditional design schools have transitioned to the virtual realm to continue the ...

STUDENTS PERSPECTIVES ON CHALLENGES WITHIN MULTI-DIVERSE DESIGN TEAMS

Flipsen, Bas; Persaud, Stefan; Magyari, Reka // 2021
In the IPD Master in Industrial Design Engineering (TU Delft) we see a growing diversity of students. We see the international student population growing, but also see significant differences in ...

STUDENTS PREPAREDNESS TOWARDS WRITING A BACHELOR THESIS; A SURVEY-BASED INVESTIGATION

Heimdal, Anette (1); Svennevig, Paul (1); Norheim, Thomas (2) // 2021
This paper investigates how the students perceive their preparedness when they start writing their bachelor thesis. Students at the University of Agder (UiA) will, in their first semester, receive ...

Supporting Sustainable Manufacturing Practices Implementation using Design Structure Matrix in the Algerian Economy

Keddari, Nassim; Kherbachi, Sonia; Benkhider, Naima // 2021
Sustainable manufacturing practices are becoming the main goal of developing economies. This study identifies effective industrial, trade, and innovation policies that support strategies toward ...

Synthetic Data Generation for Deep Learning Models

Christoph Petroll, Martin Denk, Jens Holtmannspötter, Kristin Paetzold, Philipp Höfer // 2021
The design freedom and functional integration of additive manufacturing is increasingly being implemented in existing products. One of the biggest challenges are competing optimization goals and ...

Systematische Bewertung von Auswirkungsanalysen des Engineering Change Managements

Iris Gräßler, Dominik Wiechel // 2021
Challenges in decisions on technical changes are the lack of knowledge about the expected impact and change propagation. Currently, no literature study contains a systematic differentiation and ...

Systematische Erfassung von Einflussfaktoren für das Additive Tooling von Spritzgusswerkzeugen

Steffen Schrock, Andreas Proksch, Simon Rapp, Stefan Junk, Albert Albers // 2021
Additive tooling is a quick and cost-effective way of producing injection molded products and high fidelity prototypes using the injection molding process. As part of product development, additive ...

TAKE BACK CONTROL OF YOUR TIME: DESIGN ACTIVITY FOR REFLECTING ON TIME AND TIMEKEEPING PRACTICES

Yildiz, Mert (2); Umulu, Sila (1); Coskun, Aykut (2); Sener, Bahar (1) // 2021
Time is a precious resource, perhaps the most valuable among others. How we plan and spend our time has a direct impact on our wellbeing. Research indicates that top-down time management practices ...

TAKING RISKS-ADOPTING THE AALBORG PROBLEM BASED LEARNING MODEL IN A NEW FIRST YEAR ENGINEERING DESIGN CURRICULUM

Barrie, Jeff (1); Morgan, Thea (2) // 2021
An introduction to design for first year engineering students contains many facets. Students are expected to learn and demonstrate their knowledge of design processes, drawing, and ...

TEACHING DESIGNERS ENTREPRENEURSHIP: MAPPING STUDENT DESIGN PROCESS OF LEAN START-UP AND EFFECTUATION

Tran, Quang; Laursen, Linda Nhu // 2021
Recent studies show entrepreneurs tend to priorities’ either the business or the design side of their startup, as combining design and entrepreneurship may represent a dual focus and tension in the ...

TEACHING DURING A PANDEMIC

Svennevig, Paul Ragnar; Heimdal, Anette // 2021
March 12th, 2020, was the day that the Norwegian Government put Norway in lock down due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The implication of this was that all kindergartens, pre-schools, elementary schools, ...

TEACHING PRACTICES OF COMPUTER-AIDED TECHNICAL DRAWING IN THE TIME OF COVID-19

Oliveira, Geísa Gaiger De; Bernardes, Mauricio Moreira E Silva // 2021
Computer-aided technical drawing is a basic academic discipline in engineering and design undergraduate courses, which is mainly focused on the presentation of local and international norms for use ...

TEACHING PRODUCT DESIGN THROUGH AN ONLINE ILLUSTRATED INTERFACE

Elaver, Richard Anthony // 2021
Designers tend to communicate through sketches. Yet our online teaching environments are typically linear structures, based on databases, with limited visual expression. Is it possible to have an ...

THE CHALLENGE-BASED LEARNING IN HIGHER EDUCATION THROUGH A CREATIVE SENSORIAL BOOTH TO DISCONNECT AND TO BE HERE NOW.

Vázquez Esquivel, Rubén; Castrejón Paniagua, Angélica; Acuña López, Alejandro // 2021
Our senses act as sensors that allow us to receive the information of the reality that we perceive, either in isolation or as a result of their crossing. During the block´s challenge called: ‘Formal ...

THE DESIGN OF A MORE SUSTAINABLE TRAVELLING EXHIBITION

Biedermann, Anna; Santolaya Sáenz, José Luis; Muñoz López, Natalia; López Canellas, Ana // 2021
Design and engineering education requires continuous adaptation to the existing environmental and societal challenges. The design of sustainable and socio-ethical new solutions that involve not only ...

THE DESIGN STUDIO AS A NETWORK – APPLICATION OF CONNECTIVISM IN THE PLANNING OF AN ONLINE LEARNING SPACE

Petrova, Miroslava Nadkova // 2021
The design studio is the core element in the design curriculum where students gain key knowledge and skills. When the traditional classroom course had to be transferred to an online modality enforced ...

THE GATEWAY TO STUDENT LIFE EXPERIENCE A PRODUCT-SERVICE DESIGN APPROACH

Vanderlooven, Ellen (1); Dewit, Ivo (1); Vaes, Kristof (1); Keignaert, Koenraad (2) // 2021
When thinking of attending a university or college, a whole new experience comes to mind. Finding lodging, eating at the student restaurant, getting support during times where it gets difficult, ...

THE GIFT OF UNCERTAINTY - HOW CAN DESIGN EDUCATION BRING COMPLEXITY AND UNPREDICTABILITY INTO A POSITIVE FRAMEWORK FOR DESIGNERS?

Wigum, Kristin Storen (1); Gulden, Tore (2) // 2021
In this article we discuss the pain of letting go of the existing illusion of the designers’ ability to predict the future. The illusion is typically existent when it is considered a skill to survive ...

THE HALO EFFECT IN DESIGN TEACHING

Morgan, David // 2021
This is a visual abstract. Not ...

THE ONLINE PBL (PROJECT-BASED LEARNING) EDUCATION SYSTEM USING AI (ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE)

Ito, Takao (1); Tanaka, Mikiko Sode (2); Shin, Masako (1); Miyazaki, Keisuke (1) // 2021
The importance of problem-based learning and project-based learning (both abbreviated to PBL) is perceived in engineering education and in addressing the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). PBL ...

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