Proceedings of the 18th International CDIO Conference

Proceedings of the 18th International CDIO Conference, Reykjavik, Iceland, 13-16 June 2022

Year: 2022

Editors: Maria Sigridur Gudjonsdottir, Haraldur Audunsson, Arkaitz Manterola Donoso, Gudmundur Kristjansson, Ingunn Saemundsdóttir, Joseph Timothy Foley, Marcel Kyas, Angkee Sripakagorn, Janne Roslöf, Jens Bennedsen, Kristina Edström, Natha Kuptasthien, Reidar Lyng

Institution: Reykjavik University

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Advances in CDIO

Continual Improvement in CDIO: Enhancing Faculty Competency in Reflective Practice

       Sin Moh Cheah

       Pages: 3-17

The CDIO Syllabus 3.0 - An Updated Statement of Goals

       Johan Malmqvist, Ulrika Lundqvist, Anders Rosen, Kristina Edström, Rajnish Gupta, Helene Leong, Sin Moh Cheah, Jens Bennedsen, Ron Hugo, Aldert Kamp, Ola Leifler, Svante Gunnarsson, Janne Roslof and Daniel Spooner

       Pages: 18-36

Comparing the CDIO Standards with the Work-Integrated Learning Certification

        Thomas Lundqvist, Annabella Loconsole, Ingrid Tano and Andreas de Blanche

        Pages: 37-47

Does a Master’s Program in Engineering Require a Final Project?

       Haraldur Audunsson, Siegfried Rouvrais, Ralph Rudd, Ragnar Kristjánsson and Olivier Matthieu S. Moschetta

       Pages: 48-58

CDIO Implementation

Enhancing Interaction with External Stakeholders in Program Management

       Svante Gunnarsson, Anna Fahlgren and Per Fagrell

       Pages: 61-71

Sustainable Development in Engineering Education

       Taru Konst, Juha Kontio and Piia Nurmi

       Pages: 72-80

Sustainable Design and Product Death

       Ahmed Tamkin Butt

       Pages: 81-93

Forming ’Ba’ for Enhancing Online Communication Skills by CDIO Approach

       Masaru Kawahara and Yasuhiro Fukuzawa

       Pages: 94-103

CDIO for Education for Sustainable Development Using Common Core Curriculum

       Sin Moh Cheah, Lee Yee Lim and Yunn Chyi Chao

       Pages: 104-115

Developing Students’ Generic Skills Based on Objective Evaluation

       Kuniaki Yajima, Koji Kawasaki, Yoshikatsu Kubota, Akihiro Wakahara, Naohiro Fukumura, Makoto Nanko and Munehiro Kimura

       Pages: 116-126

Implementing Portfolio Education Using Objective Data of Generic Skills

       Koji Kawasaki, Kuniaki Yajima, Yasuhiro Kashiwaba, Hisashi Takeshima, Takashi Shirane and Yoshikatsu Kubota

       Pages: 127-137

Introduction to Next-Generation Engineering: Being Human in the Information Society

       Jenni Virtaluoto, Janne Roslof, Anne Pitkänen-Huhta and Lauri Kettunen

       Pages: 138-146

Improving Teaching of Self-Directed Learning via Teacher Modelling

       Yunyi Wong and Sin Moh Cheah

       Pages: 147-159

Higher Education Thesis Supervision - a New, Hybrid Supervisory Model

       Anders Adlemo

       Pages: 160-173

Local Resilience Strategies for COVID19 – a PBL Engineering Case Study

       Ann-Kristin Winkens and Carmen Leicht-Scholten

       Pages: 174-188

Quality Assurance in Electronics-ICT Engineering Education

       Jo Verhaevert

       Pages: 189-200

A CDIO-Oriented Technology Product Development Course for Electronic Engineering Students

       Liviu Gal, Gabriela Dorfman Furman and Zeev Weissman

       Pages: 201-208

Systems Thinking in a Mechanical Engineering Program

       Björn Oskarsson, Jonas Hallström and Maria Huge-Brodin

       Pages: 209-219

Simulation-Based Math in the Faculty of Engineering and Business

       Heidi M. Niskanen and Marko Kortetmäki

       Pages: 220-227

Challenges and Opportunities When Integrating Videos in Course Design

       Malin Wiger, Henrik Gillström and Uni Sallnäs

       Pages: 228-239

CDIO-Based Syllabus Design in the Context of Teacher Education

       Bang Nguyen, Phu Hoang, Yen Tran, Vinh Nguyen and Duc Hoang

       Pages: 240-250

Just-in-Time Learning Product Design and Development through Gamification

       Marcus Vinicius Pereira Pessoa

       Pages: 251-262

Curriculum Framework for Project Management Competences – Case TUAS

       Mari Ketola and Juha Kontio

       Pages: 263-272

Improvement of Facilitation and Management Skills by Whole Systems Approach

       Hiromasa Ohnishi

       Pages: 273-280

Addressing Challenges of Hybrid Capstone Projects in a Pandemic Environment

       Jerker Bjorkqvist, Anna Sell and Dragos Truscan

       Pages: 281-291

Visualizing the Effectiveness of Cross-Course-Typed PBL on Generic Skills

       Jun Suzuki, Koji Kawasaki, Kuniaki Yajoma, Shinji Chiba, Hisashi Takeshima and Yoshikatsu Kubota

       Pages: 292-301

Work-Based Learning in Computer Science Education - Opportunities and Limitations

       Daniel Einarson, Fredrik Frisk and Kamilla Klonowska

       Pages: 302-312

Evaluation of Immersive Project-Based Learning Experiences

       Tiia Rüütmann, Emlyn D. Q. Witt, Theophilus O. O. Olowa, Taija Puolitaival and Marco Bragadin

       Pages: 313-323

Characterisation of Effective Delivery and Supervision of Capstone Projects

       Tony Topping and Matt Murphy

       Pages: 324-337

Engineering Students’ Interaction with Industry Representatives

       Martina Berglund, Peter Cronemyr, Magdalena Smeds and Promporn Wangwacharakul

       Pages: 338-348

Improving Teamwork with a Rotating Leadership Model

       Sally Ng and Benjamin Tan

       Pages: 349-360

The Design of Software Engineering Courses for Future Remote Work

       Marijana Teljega and Daniel Einarson

       Pages: 361-371

Connecting across Differences to Develop Engineering Solutions to Sustainability Challenges

       Clare Newstead and Yvonne Reinwald

       Pages: 372-382

Collegial Learning During the Pandemic: Realized Activities and Lessons Learnt

       Anna Rosengren, Anders Adlemo, Amjad Zaki Khalil Al-Musaed, Patrick Conway, Åsa Hansen, Leif-Magnus Jensen, Jakob Olofsson, Marisol Rico-Cortéz and Matilda Svensson Duric

       Pages: 385-395

CDIO Applied in the Brazilian Engineering Education Law Implementation

       Andre Luiz Tenorio Rezende, Ricardo Teixeira da Costa Neto and Gustavo Simão Rodrigues

       Pages: 396-407

School-wide Strategies for Assessment of Learning Outcomes During COVID-19 Pandemic

       Ser Khoon Toh, Chow Leong Chia, Safura Anwar, Andy Ngai and Hua Joo Tan

       Pages: 408-424

Passion and Choices in Engineering Education through Multiple Pathways

       Ser Khoon Toh, Chow Leong Chia, Chung Meng Lau and Hua Joo Tan

       Pages: 425-438

A School-wide Ecosystem towards Nurturing Students to Become Self-Directed Learners

       Ser Khoon Toh, Hua Joo Tan, Safura Anwar and Chow Leong Chia

       Pages: 439-452

International Professional Skills: Interdisciplinary Project Work

       Thomas Mejtoft, Helen Cripps and Christopher Blöcker

       Pages: 453-464

Engineering Students’ Engagement in a Hybrid Learning Mode: Comparative Study

       Sami Asaad, Hassan Salti and Mohamad Farhat

       Pages: 465-473

International Accreditation and CDIO Optional Standards Achievement Levels at UCSC

       Claudia Martinez-Araneda, Matilde Basso, Marcia Muñoz and Michelle Bizama

       Pages: 474-484

Surviving and Thriving in First Year - Supporting Student Experience

       Kim Johnston and Robyn Paul

       Pages: 485-495

Implementing Active Learning in First Year Engineering – a Leadership Perspective

       Kim Johnston and Mike Potter

       Pages: 496-503

Solving Real-World Problems in Accounting Industry Using CDIO Framework

       Daryl Aw, Ronnie Hoh, Siew Meng Yew, Germaine Lim and Seow Hui Ho

       Pages: 504-516

Maximising the Performance of Multi-Diverse Design Teams

       Bas Flipsen and Stefan Persaud

       Pages: 517-527

Exploring Advanced Projects as Meeting-Points between Students and Industry

       Fredrik Frisk, Kamilla Klonowska and Daniel Einarson

       Pages: 528-538

Project Based Learning and Reflection in a Manufacturing Environment

       Marijn Zwier, Eric Lutters and Lisa Gommer

       Pages: 539-550

Integration of Learning and Research in a Multi-Perspective Learning Factory

       Eric Lutters, Janneke Massa, Roy Damgrave, Sebastian Thiede and Lisa Gommer

       Pages: 551-562

Enhancing Students’ Competencies by Integrating Multiple Course-Units on Semester Projects

       Paulo Maio, Paulo Sousa, Carlos Ferreira and Elsa Gomes

       Pages: 563-575

Peer Review in a Product Development Course – Implementation and Reception

       Hanna Jonsson, Elsa Täck, Andreas Eriksson and Erik Hulthen

       Pages: 576-587

If You Please, Draw Me a Resilient Curriculum!

       Siegfried Rouvrais, Inggriani Liem, Haraldur Audunsson and Cecile Gerwel Proches

       Pages: 588-598

Applying Active Learning in the Electromagnetism Class: A Five-Year Assessment

       Jairo A. Hurtado, Manuel R. Perez and Juan M. Cruz

       Pages: 599-609

Aligning Stakeholder Needs with Program Requirements Using a Multi-Stakeholder Survey

       Marta Ormazábal, Nicolás Serrano, Carmen C. Blanco, Fernando Carazo, Javier Aldazábal and Samuel Azasu

       Pages: 610-621

Analysis of Students’ Performance in Capstone Projects

       Ramon Bragos, Guido Charosky, Louay Aoun, Sandra Bermejo and Josep Pegueroles

       Pages: 622-633

Academic Development Support for Implementing CDIO

       Kärt Kase, Tiina Kasuk, Tiia Rüütmann, Kaimo Sonk, Raivo Sell and Ivar Annus

       Pages: 634-646

Evaluation of Students’ Performance in CDIO Projects through Blended Learning

       Soumya Kanti Manna, Najah Battikh, Anne Nortcliffe and Joseph Camm

       Pages: 647-658

Nordic Course Development Cooperation in an Emerging Field of Engineering

       Bjorn Karlsson, Nils Johansson, Michael Försth, Lars Schiött Sörensen and Anne Simone Dederichs

       Pages: 659-669

Recycling Programs from Engineering for Students and Their Families

       Jairo A. Hurtado, Flor A. Bravo and Gloria I. Mestre

       Pages: 670-680

Teaching Practical Computer Networking with Limited Resources

       Jacky Mallett, Marcel Kyas and Stephan Schiffel

       Pages: 681-689

Using GitHub Classroom in Teaching Programming

       Jens Bennedsen, Till Böttjer and Daniella Tola

       Pages: 690-702

EDUBOX: A Self-Contained Engineering Learning Environment for Underserved Communities

       Alberto Martinetti, Peter Chemweno, Eva de Wit, Joëlle Steendam and Ayat Nashwan

       Pages: 703-713

University and Continuous Engineering Education - Perspectives on Integrating Students

       Carin Rösiö, Madelene Zetterlind, Stefan Brolin and Patrik Cannmo

        Pages: 714-724

Engineering Education Research

Self-Efficacy and Study Burnout among IT Students: Challenges and Potentials

       Miitta Järvinen, Janne Roslof, Joni Lämsä, Raija Hämäläinen and Lauri Kettunen

       Pages: 727-738

Covid-19 Forced Remote Teaching and University Education after It

       Emiel van Puffelen, Tim Stevens, Seyyed Kazem Banihashem, Harm Biemans, Omid Noorozi, Nienke Raeven and Perry den Brok

       Pages: 739-750

Finding Solutions to Digital Inequality in a Blended Learning Environment

       Laura Leslie, Darren Campbell and Rebecca Broadbent

       Pages: 751-759

Making Good Challenges Great - Engaging External Parties in CBL Activities

       Charlotte, A. Norrman, Cia Lundvall, Karl Eldebo, Simon Boiertz and Frans G. Stel

       Pages: 760-777

Healthy Challenging Design Education for Engineers

       Remon Rooij and Sylvia Mooij

       Pages: 778-792

How to Make Good Teachers Great in Challenge-Based Learning

       Karl Eldebo, Cia Lundvall, Charlotte, A. Norrman and Madeleine Larsson

       Pages: 793-808

Do Engineering Students from Vocational and Academic Backgrounds Think Differently?

       Gareth Thomson and Mark Prince

       Pages: 809-819

Do Academic Recruitment Policies under Represent Teaching and Learning Competencies?

       Gareth Thomson and Klara Kövesi

       Pages: 820-830

Learning Mechatronics Using Digital Live Labs

       Veronica Olesen, Christian Stöhr, Mikael Enelund and Johan Malmqvist 

       Pages: 831-847

Design Process Reporting Tool for Mapping and Performance Optimization

       Geza Fischl and Bengt Erland Erlandsson

       Pages: 848-858

7 Year Iterative Improvements in Laboratory Work – Constructive Alignment

       Ásdís Helgadóttir

       Pages: 859-868

Grading Homework as Formative Assignments – the Solution to Cheating?

       Ásdís Helgadóttir

       Pages: 869-880

Discover Calculus through Original 3D Animated Sitcom “Ratventures”

       Yen Ping Chua, Ling Chen Fu, Eric Goh, Ming Ming Boo and Pei Chin Lim

       Pages: 881-895

Supporting Engineering Students Learning Mathematical Induction with an Online Tutorial

       Mika Gabel, Vladimir Bar Lukianov and Tamar Margalit

       Pages: 896-906

Dual Use of Time: Framework for Understanding Possibilities and Pitfalls

       Guttorm Sindre

       Pages: 907-917

Gender Differences in Attitudes towards Engineering Studies and in Graduates

       Asrun Matthiasdottir and Haraldur Auðunsson

       Pages: 918-928

Closing the Gap between Classroom and Reality through Virtual Bridges

       Priscilla Navarro, Linnea Haag, Promporn Wangwacharakul and Jason Martin

       Pages: 929-940

Development of Professional Capabilities in a Challenge Based Learning Environment

       Renate Klaassen and Birgit J.E. de Bruin

       Pages: 941-955

Teaching Design: From Dueling to ‘Dualing’ Threshold Concepts

       Nancy Nelson and Robert Brennan

       Pages: 956-965

Rethinking Engineering Internships in Times of Disruptions

       Norazrina Muhammad Mustafa, Thijs Willems and Sin Moh Cheah

       Pages: 966-978

Integrating Gender Equality, Diversity and Equal Conditions in Engineering Education

       Marie Magnell, Charlotta Delin, Anders Rosén, Anna Jerbrant, Gunnar Tibert and Carlos Casanueva Perez

       Pages: 979-990

Coaching Practices in Challenge-Based Learning: Characteristics in Students’ Projects

       Sonia M. Gomez Puente, Karolina Doulougeri and Miguel Bruns

       Pages: 991-1002

Debate as a Tool in Engineering and Sustainability Education

       Abed Alaswad and Sarah Junaid

       Pages: 1003-1008

Embracing Failure as an Integral Aspect of Engineering Education

       Markéta Foley, Joseph Timothy Foley and Marcel Kyas

       Pages: 1009-1022


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