Work in progress - SAGES: Podcast, wikis and emerging technologies in the engineering classroom
|Work in progress - SAGES: Podcast, wikis and emerging technologies in the engineering classroom|
|Author(s)||Liu L., Huguet M.-P., Haley T.|
|Published in||Proceedings - Frontiers in Education Conference, FIE|
|Keyword(s)||Engineering education, Integrated learning, Podcasts, Wikis (Extra: Best practices, Educational tools, Emerging technologies, Engineering classrooms, Engineering instructions, Higher orders, Integrated learning, Learning environments, Podcasts, Thinking skills, Wikis, Work in progress, Engineering, Engineering education, School buildings, Semiconductor quantum dots, Technology)|
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Work in progress - SAGES: Podcast, wikis and emerging technologies in the engineering classroom is a 2008 conference paper written in English by Liu L., Huguet M.-P., Haley T. and published in Proceedings - Frontiers in Education Conference, FIE.
Technology in education is seen as a powerful educational instrument and its integration, as a significant force driving change. An increasing number of research is linking technology-enriched learning environments to improved higher-order thinking skill and showing that, by using technology as an educational tool, students are better prepared for "real work" skills and future success in this new technological society. In this report, we propose to address some of these issues by sharing our work in progress: the integration of podcasts, wikis, and emerging technologies in engineering instruction. We will first outline our selection of the various tools as well as the process we followed to select the technologies. We will then describe the SAGES project itself, using examples and best practices from its various stages. This will enable the participants to get a holistic understanding of how they too can effectively integrate established or emerging technologies in their own engineering classroom.
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