Download e-book for kindle: Creative Ways of Knowing in Engineering by Diana Bairaktarova, Michele Eodice

By Diana Bairaktarova, Michele Eodice

ISBN-10: 3319493515

ISBN-13: 9783319493510

This publication bargains a platform for engineering educators who're drawn to enforcing a “creative methods of figuring out” method of offering engineering ideas. The case stories during this publication exhibit how scholars examine via inventive engagement that incorporates not just layout and construct actions, but in addition inventive shows of studying, reminiscent of composing songs, writing poems and brief tales, portray and drawing, in addition to designing animations and comics. Any engineering educator will locate universal flooring with the authors, who're all skilled engineering and liberal arts professors, who've taken the step to incorporate inventive actions and retailers for college students studying engineering.

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As Peter Brown and colleagues argued in their book Make It Stick: The Science of Successful Learning, a project could be very useful in that it adds a wild variation to the repertoire of students’ retrieval practice (Brown, Roediger, and McDonald, 2014). Because doing a project like these described here requires an interdisciplinary mind and skill set, it is plausible to think that the knowledge students gain will be better retained. Further, these projects (and also many other similar efforts in education) present another paradigm of a flipped classroom.

By periodically reviewing new learning and development approaches, businesses help ensure their individual employees and organizational structures stay fresh (Manning, Verenikina, & Brown, 2005). , Cooper Union) has employed performing artists to develop leadership, teamwork, and communication skills in engineering students, the business sector has also looked to performing arts ensembles as viable models for organizational restructuring. This is quite a reversal of the usual business–arts relationship where art groups solicit the financial graces of corporations.

To prepare the new renaissance artificers, we must learn from other disciplines, to design learning environments where students are free to observe, explore, collaborate, and discover their own potential. Many engineering subjects are abstract with complex concepts, overloading students with sophisticated knowledge. Students are more eager to learn when they see their classroom projects proving scientific principles rather than simply having to memorize principles found in text books. Students are more encouraged to explore and take risk when they see their teachers are artists themselves rather than as subject experts only—taking risks by implementing creative projects with outcomes not always straightforward to assess.

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