Expert in Teams Course Demands Work on Real Problems

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Resumé

This paper presents an analysis and a discussion of the didactics of an Expert in Teams course offered at the University of Southern Denmark. In this course, engineering students shall develop their cooperation skills by participating in group work and by studying 1) idea generation/innovation, 2) developing collaboration and 3) development and refinement of a business plan. This study identifies that students often have to “unlearn” attitudes from their earlier studies. This shift in focus seems to generate some resistance to learning and can, to some extent, be demotivational and may hamper transfer of learning from the Expert in Teams course to other settings. To improve students’ English skills, this study also finds that a need exists for more courses in English at earlier semesters.
Supported by literature of acquisition of learning on both the individual level and the group/organizational level, this study identifies that working on real problems forms a solid foundation on which to develop the essential engineering competencies of cooperation.
OriginalsprogEngelsk
TitelExploring Teaching for Active Learning in Engineering Education : Book of Abstracts
Antal sider6
ForlagSDU Cortex Lab
Publikationsdato23. maj 2017
Sider81-86
StatusUdgivet - 23. maj 2017
Begivenhed2nd Exploring Teaching for Active Learning in Engineering Education - Cortex Park, Odense, Danmark
Varighed: 23. maj 201724. maj 2017
Konferencens nummer: 2

Konference

Konference2nd Exploring Teaching for Active Learning in Engineering Education
Nummer2
LokationCortex Park
LandDanmark
ByOdense
Periode23/05/201724/05/2017

Fingeraftryk

expert
engineering
learning
student
group work
didactics
Denmark
semester
innovation
Group
literature

Citer dette

Madsen, E. S. (2017). Expert in Teams Course Demands Work on Real Problems. I Exploring Teaching for Active Learning in Engineering Education : Book of Abstracts (s. 81-86). SDU Cortex Lab.
Madsen, Erik Skov. / Expert in Teams Course Demands Work on Real Problems. Exploring Teaching for Active Learning in Engineering Education : Book of Abstracts. SDU Cortex Lab, 2017. s. 81-86
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Madsen, ES 2017, Expert in Teams Course Demands Work on Real Problems. i Exploring Teaching for Active Learning in Engineering Education : Book of Abstracts. SDU Cortex Lab, s. 81-86, 2nd Exploring Teaching for Active Learning in Engineering Education, Odense, Danmark, 23/05/2017.

Expert in Teams Course Demands Work on Real Problems. / Madsen, Erik Skov.

Exploring Teaching for Active Learning in Engineering Education : Book of Abstracts. SDU Cortex Lab, 2017. s. 81-86.

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