A contribution for the analysis of pedagogical training for teaching in electrical engineering Online publication date: Mon, 12-Dec-2016
by Marinez Cargnin-Stieler; Marcelo C.M. Teixeira; Rui M. Lima; Diana Mesquita; Edvaldo Assunção
International Journal of Continuing Engineering Education and Life-Long Learning (IJCEELL), Vol. 26, No. 4, 2016
Abstract: This paper contributes to the discussion of pedagogical training of engineering teachers based on a case study carried out in higher education institutions in Brazil, namely in Electrical Engineering. For this purpose, the authors chose to articulate two research methods: document analysis of the courses offered in the postgraduate programs (Master and PhD) in Electrical Engineering and a survey conducted with students and teachers from 58 of these postgraduate electrical engineering programs. The data analysis indicated that most of the teachers agreed that pedagogical training should be offered to engineering students. Postgraduate students also showed interest in enrolling courses with pedagogic focus. With this analysis we can state that there is a need to rethink engineering education, in order to create conditions for the development of competences related with teaching and learning innovation. This study shows the needs and presents some recommendations to deal with these issues in this field.
Online publication date: Mon, 12-Dec-2016
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