2019 - Proceedings of the 15th International CDIO Conference

Proceedings of the 15th International CDIO Conference, Aarhus, Denmark, 25-27 June 2019

Year: 2019

Editors: Jens Bennedsen, Aage Birkkjær Lauritsen, Kristina Edström, Natha Kuptasthien, Janne Roslöf and Robert Songer

Institution: Aarhus University

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Table of Contents

Advances in CDIO

Engineering Education: Institutionalization, Internationalization, and Graduate Attributes

       Hassan Salti, Fadi Alkhatib, Sayed Soleimani, Mohammed Abdul-Niby, Isam Zabalawi and Helene Kordahji

       Pages: 20-32

CDIO Thailand: Community of Good Practices for Thai Engineering Education

       Angkee Sripakagorn and Natha Kuptasthien

       Pages: 33-43

Towards CDIO Standards 3.0

       Johan Malmqvist, Maria Knutson Wedel, Ulrika Lundqvist, Kristina Edström, Anders Rosén, Thomas Fruergaard Astrup, Martin Vigild, Peter Munkebo Hussman, Audum Grom, Reidar Lyng, Svante Gunnarsson, Helene Leong and Aldert Kamp

       Pages: 44-56

Mapping the CDIO Syllabus to the UNESCO Key Competencies for Sustainability

       Anders Rosén, Kristina Edström, Audun Grøm, Lena Gumaelius, Peter Munkebo Hussmann, Anna-Karin Högfeldt, Meeri Karvinen, Marko Keskinen, Maria Knutson-Wedel, Ulrika Lundqvist, Reidar Lyng, Johan Malmqvist, Mads Nygård, Martin Vigild and Thomas Fruergaard Astrup

       Pages: 67-85

CDIO Implementation

A Model to Explicitly Teach Self-Directed Learning to Chemical Engineering Students

       Sin Moh Cheah, Y.Y. Wong and Katerina Yang

       Pages: 86-96

Workplace Learning for Faculty Development to Support a Spiral Curriculum

       Sin Moh Cheah and Y.Y. Wong

       Pages: 97-109


Using Course and Program Matrices as Components in a Quality Assurance System

       Svante Gunnarsson, Helena Herbertsson and Håkan Örman

       Pages: 110-119


Teaching Electronics-ICT: From Focus and Structure to Practical Realizations

       Jo Verhaevert and Patrick Van Torre    

       Pages: 120-132

Project-Oriented Training of Bachelor’s Degree Students in Chemistry

       Yuliya Petrova, Ekaterina Sevast’yanova, Valeria Bezuevskaia, Dmitrii Kuzin and Aleksey Drenin    133

       Pages:​ 133-141

Developing Laboratory Projects for a Joint Chinese/NZ Mechanical Engineering Programme

       Avinda Weerakoon and Nathan Dunbar

       Pages:​ 142-154

Systems-Approach Design of an Undergraduate STEM Programs Academic Methodology

       Alberto Sols and Paloma Velasco

       Pages:​ 155-164

Work Integration Social Enterprises: A Testbed for Challenge-Based Learning?

       Marco Bertoni

       Pages: 165-177

Can Design and Analysis be Effectively Taught Together?

       Calvin Rans, Joris Melkert and Gillian Saunders-Smits

       Pages: 178-190

Design and Outcome of a CDIO Syllabus Survey for a Biomedicine Program

       Anna Fahlgren, Max Larsson, Mats Lindahl, Annika Thorsell, Katarina Kågedal and Svante Gunnarsson

       Pages: 191-200

The Collaboration Between Academia and Industry for Enhancing Employability and Faculty Development

       Sanidda Tiewtoy, Weeraphong Krusong and Natha Kuptasthien

       Pages: 201-211

Comparison of Different Types of Active Learning in a Course of Industrial Engineering

       Cleginaldo Pereira de Carvalho, Eduarda Pinto Ferreira, Messias Borges Silva and Beatriz Naomi Aihara

       Pages: 212-220

CDIO Implemented Projects in a Computer Aided Design Course

       Yuelei Yang

       Pages: 221-232

Boosting Foreign-Language Communication Confidence through a Short-Term ICT-Based International Workshop

       Joel Rian, Tsukasa Hokimoto, Simon Thollar, Naohiko Hayata, Yuichi Anada and Natha Kuptasthien

       Pages: 233-247

A Development and Operational Practices of Student-Centered Classrooms

       Angkee Sripakagorn, Thanyarat Singhanart and Kuntinee Maneeratana

       Pages: 248-258

Flipped Learning in a Programming Course: Students’ Attitudes

       Asrun Matthiasdottir and Hrafn Loftsson

       Pages: 259-268

Innovative Engineering Project from Engineering Design to Implementation- Based on CDIO Model

       Chen-Jui Liang, Shaw-Jyh Shin, Vey Wang, Chun Wen Teng and Yao-Chuan Lee

       Pages: 269-283

Knowledge Gained by Working in University-Industry Collaboration Projects

       Marika Säisä, Sanna Määttä and Janne Roslöf

       Pages: 284-293

CDIO Progress: Mechanical Engineering of the Brazilian Military Institute

       Ricardo Teixeira da Costa Neto, Guilherme Cunha Calazans Fiuza, Vitor Leite Gonzalez and Andre Luiz Tenorio Rezende

       Pages: 294-304

The Exploration and Application of "PSPC-CDIO" Mode for Innovation Practice

       Yueneng Yang, Wei Zheng, Peng Wang, Yidi Wang and Hongbo Zhang

       Pages: 305-312

Teaching Engineering Students: From Principles to Practices

       Svetlana Osipova and Olga Shubkina

       Pages: 313-322

Improving Written Communication - Implementation at Industrial Design Engineering

       Peter Törlind

       Pages: 323-332

Moodle Quiz: A Method for Measuring Students' Engagement

       Alaa Al Sebae, Zeina Rihawi and Freeha Azmat

       Pages: 333-344

Project-Based Learning and Service Learning: Towards Helpful Medical Devices

       Andrés Díaz Lantada, Luis Ballesteros-Sánchez, Rocío Rodríguez Rivero, Rafael Ramos Díaz, Miguel Ángel Peláez García, Ana Moreno Romero, Enrique Chacón Tanarro, Rafael Borge García and Jesús Juan Ruíz

       Pages: 344-352

Individual Assessment of Students Working in Project Teams

       Fredrik Backlund and Rickard Garvare

       Pages: 353-365

Design-Implement Courses to Support Change in Engineering Education

       Aderson Campos Passos, Humberto Henriques de Arruda, Marcelo F. Vasconcelos and Felipe Ferrari

       Pages: 366-375

CDIO Curriculum Design for Computing: A Graph-Based Approach

       Jaime Pavlich-Mariscal, Mariela Curiel and German Chavarro

       Pages: 376-385

Effect of First-Year Service Learning Projects in CDIO Skills and Motivation

       Solange Loyer, Marcia Muñoz and Fabiola Saez    386

       Pages: 386-396

Evaluation of Alternatives to Implement a CDIO Program Using GMA

       Alexander Vera-Tasama, Jaiber Cardona and Jorge Ivan Marin-Hurtado

       Pages: 397-406

Vocational Students in a CDIO Programme – a Longitudinal Study

       Gareth Thomson

       Pages: 407-416

Evaluation of the Result and Benefit from International Summer Camp Using CDIO Framework

       Bing-Jean Lee, Ben-Ray Jai, Huey-Nah Chou, Chun Wen Teng, Yao-Chuan Lee and Pei-Yin Dai

       Pages: 417-427

Senior-Year Internships Impact Assessment in Engineering Programs at UCSC

       Marcia Muñoz, Claudia Martinez-Araneda, Matilde Basso, Claudio Oyarzo, Patricio Cea, Michelle Bizama and Helga González

       Pages: 428-437

Refining Engineering MSc Theses with a Focus Enhancing Structure Model

       Antti Hakkala and Seppo Virtanen

       Pages: 438-446

Integrated Education for Mid-Adolescent Engineering Students in Kosen

       Takeo Sekine, Kayoko Morishita and Manabu Ishihara

       Pages: 447-457

How do Engineering Students Design Projects with Social Impact?

       Andrés Esteban Acero López and Maria Catalina Ramírez Cajiao    458

       Pages: 458-469

Creation of an Active Learning Environment and Objective Evaluation of Generic Skills at NIT, Sendai College

       Kuniaki Yajima, Koji Kawasaki, Keishi Okamoto, Yoshikatsu Kubota, Nahomi Fujiki, Akiko Takahashi, Kazuhiro Wako, Yoshihisa Miyazaki, Hiroshi Kobayashi, Kazushi Sato, Kazutaka Baba and Hiroshi Fukumura

       Pages: 470-477

Comparison between NIT Kosen Curriculum and CDIO Standards and Syllabus

       Hideaki Aburatani

       Pages: 478-488

CDIO Faculty Development Course – Built-in Implementation

       Panagiota Papadopoulou, Kanishk Bhadani, Erik Hulthén, Johan Malmqvist and Kristina Edström

       Pages: 489-499

Improving Students´ Project Management Skills in Biomedical Engineering Projects

       Luis Ballesteros-Sánchez, Rocío Rodríguez-Rivero, Andres Diaz Lantada, Jesús Juan Ruíz, Rafael Borge García, Enrique Chacón Tanarro, Miguel Ángel Peláez García, Ana Moreno Romero and Rafael Ramos Díaz

       Pages: 500-511

Development of Innovative Labs for Education in Mining Engineering Programs

       Juan Herrera Herbert

       Pages: 512-522

Design and Development of Virtual Engineering Lab

       Tim Hatchard, Freeha Azmat, Mohammad Al-Amin, Zeina Rihawi and Alaa Alsebae

       Pages: 523-533

The Effects of Industry 4.0 on Teaching and Learning CDIO Project at Duy Tan University

       Truong V. Truong, Binh D. Ha and Bao N. Le

       Pages: 534-548

Active Learning in Quality Control and Standardization in Printing and Packaging

       Uravis Tangkijviwat and Natha Kuptasthien

       Pages: 549-557

A Proposed Closed-Loop CDIO Model to Improve the Startup Ability

       Binh D. Ha, Truong V. Truong and Bao N. Le

       Pages: 558-568

Enhancing Students' Soft Skills by Implementing CDIO-based Integration Teaching Mode

       Nhu-Hang Ha, Duc-Man Nguyen, Anand Nayyar and Chia-An Liu

       Pages: 569-579

Combined Strategies to Promote Active Learning and Retention

       David Tanner, Donal Canty and Jason Power

       Pages: 580-590

Evaluation of Novel Learning Spaces for Mixed On-Campus and Online Students

       Henning Slavensky

       Pages: 591-602

Digital Tools for Self-Study and Examination

       Ksenia Onufrey, Martina Berglund, Dzamila Bienkowska, Thomas Magnusson and Charlotte A. Norrman

       Pages: 603-612

A Model for Research/Education-Interaction at a Danish University College

       Loren Ramsay and Leila Kæmsgaard Pagh Schmidt    613

       Pages: 613-623

A New Adaptive e-Learning Concept for Multidisciplinary Learning Environments

       Richard Loendersloot and Alberto Martinetti

       Pages: 624-635

Project-Based Learning Approach in a Collaboration between Academia and Industry

       Angelo Martins, Alexandre Bragança, Nuno Bettencourt and Paulo Maio

       Pages: 636-646

An IVR Engineering Education Laboratory Accommodating CDIO Standards

       Jörg Schminder, Filip Nilsson, Paulina Lundberg, Nghiem-Anh Nguyen, Christoffer Hag and Hossein Nadali Najafabadi

       Pages: 647-658

Toward Early Intervention: Model of Academic Performance in a CDIO Curriculum

       Alejandra Gonzalez, Diego Patiño, Lizeth Roldán, Johan Peña and David Barrera

       Pages: 659-669

Challenges in the Implementation of a CDIO Curriculum for a Program in Electronics Engineering

       Alejandra Gonzalez, Diego Patiño, Lizeth Roldán and Johan Peña    

       Pages: 671-683

Fostering Design Communication Skills: A CDIO Inspired Innovation Engineering Course

       José Tiberio Hernández and Maria Catalina Ramírez

       Pages: 684-692

A Playground for Novice Engineers and Beyond

       Janneke Sluijs, Morgan Duta and Bjørn Jansen

       Pages: 693-703

Redesigning Thermodynamics Labs with a Design-Implementation Experience

       Shiza Syed, Robyn Paul, Monique Sullivan and Kimberly Johnston

       Pages: 704-715

Using Principles of SCRUM Project Management in an Integrated Design Project

       Robyn Paul and Laleh Behjat

       Pages: 716-729

Young Researcher Programme: An Inquiry-Based Learning to Cultivate Innovation and Research Mindset

       Chuen Kum Lee, Siaw Soon Chee and Leonard Loh

       Pages: 730-741

Gamification Platform for Manufacturing Shopfloor Training - A Case Study

       Zhao Zhiqiang, Toh Da Jun, Ding Xiaoming, Ng Keng Chong, Sin See Choon and Wong Yuen Choe

       Pages: 742-753

Engineering Education Research

Is the CDIO Journey Worth it? - An Analysis of European Intermediate CDIO Members

       Juha Kontio and Jens Bennedsen

       Pages: 754-765

Enhancing Student Engagement in Flipped Classroom Using Autonomy-Supportive Teaching

       Sin Moh Cheah and Dennis Sale

       Pages: 766-778

An Adaptive Algorithm for Learning Computer Programming Course

       Deachrut Jaithavil and Natha Kuptasthien

       Pages: 779-788

Leading and Communicating Change in an Engineering Faculty Merger

       Krista Holopainen, Timo Holopainen, Jaana Kallio-Gerlander, Anne Norström and Janne Roslöf

       Pages: 789-803


Flipped Learning to Nurture Self-Directed Learners at Singapore Polytechnic

       Helene Leong, Mei Yee Chan and Siew Kee Chong

       Pages: 804-815

Bibliographic Data Analysis of CDIO Conference Papers from 2005-2018

       Johan Malmqvist, Tyrone Machado, Alexandra Meikleham and Ron Hugo

       Pages: 816-833

Gender Differences in Student Satisfaction Surveys

       Panagiota Papadopoulou, Erik Hulthén, Mattias Bingerud and Mikael Enelund

       Pages: 834-845

Helping Students Transition from Group Work to Individual Projects

       Laura Leslie, Paul Gorman and Sarah Junaid

       Pages: 846-855

The Influence of Teacher Cues on Self-Directed Learning in Math Education

       Annoesjka Cabo and Renate Klaassen    856

       Pages: 856-866

Theory, Practice and Reflexivity: The Next Challenge for CDIO?

       Thomas Cosgrove and John O’Reilly    867

       Pages: 867-880

Learning and Teaching Engineering Mathematics within an Active Learning Paradigm

       Michael Peters and Mark Prince

       Pages: 881-891

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