11th Active Learning in Engineering Education workshop


Copenhagen, Denmark, 20 – 22 June 2012


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Hands-on Session Wednesday 13.00 - 14.30:


Active learning for a student-based definition and self-assessment of team work and autonomous learning. 

Montse Farreras, Pau Bofill


Hands-on Session Thursday 10.15 - 11.45:


Learning by cases in food technology.

Hanne Løje

Connecting with Community: Empathy, Experience, and Engineering for Elders.

Caitrin Lynch and Lynn Andrea Stein


Hands-on Session Friday 13.45 - 15.15: 


Test your own DNA. An exercise offered by Bioteket to high schools.

Louise Nissen-Schmidt and Lene K. Andersen



Exploring Symposium: Gap between industry and Engineering Education

Wednesday 15.00 - 16.30:


Facilitating Student Motivation in engineering Education through Active Learning Methods. 

Rodrigo Pascual Jiménez, Pernille Hammar Andersson


Exploring Symposium: Active Learning in Engineering Education

Thursday 10.15 - 11.45:


Pair Lecturing to Model Modelling and Encourage Active Learning.

Håkan Burden, Rogardt Heldal and Tom Adawi

Design, implementation and evaluation of an active learning activity in the teaching of Genetic Algorithms. Carlos Andrés Arango Londoño, Tatiana Joya Camargo, Mario Ernesto Mayoral Rosales

Active learning strategy with potential in interdisciplinary engineering education.

Ivete Ana Schmitz Booth, Laurete Zanol Sauer and Isolda Gianni de Lima

Integral student guidance in internationalization with PAL.

Robert Vierendeels, Inge Vervoort and Agnes Dilliën


Exploring Symposium: Gap between High School and Engineering Education

Friday 10.00 - 12.00:


EduForce - High School Teaching by University Students.

Louise Nissen-Schmidt; Lene K. Andersen & Steen Heilmann

The Science and Technology Fair as an Instrument to Bring Together High Schools and Universities. Andréia Michelon Gobbi, Gustavo Rubbo Siqueira, José Arthur Martins, Odilon Giovannini Júnior, Valquíria Villas-Boas



Active Poster Session, Thursday 13.30 - 15.00: 


Critical thinking of engineering students through an active learning experience at primary school.

Federico Davoine, Elisa Rocha, Laura Aspirot, Cecilia Stari

An active learning approach to education in MRI technology for the biomedical engineering curriculum. Lars G. Hanson

Didactic Engineering Applied to Control System Learning: Ball And Beam, Stability and Equilibrium Concepts. Francisco Tamayo, Michael Canu, Mauricio Duque

Developing active and significant activities to assist the interpretation of kinematic graphs.

Véra Lúcia Da Fonseca Mossmann, Giovani Luis Rech and José Arthur Martins

Survey of Active Learning in Brazilian Engineering Schools.

Valquíria Villas-Boas, Octavio Mattasoglio Neto, Luiz Carlos de Campos, Benedito Guimarães Aguiar Neto