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|Title: ||Beyond the engineering pedagogy: engineering the pedagogy, modelling Kolb’s learning cycle|
|Authors: ||Abdulwahed, Mahmoud|
Nagy, Zoltan K.
Blanchard, Richard E.
|Issue Date: ||2008|
|Publisher: ||Australasian Association for Engineering Education / © Mahmoud Abdulwahed, Zoltan K. Nagy, Richard E. Blanchard|
|Citation: ||ABDULWAHED, M., NAGY, Z.K. and BLANCHARD, R.E., 2008. Beyond the engineering pedagogy: engineering the pedagogy, modelling Kolb’s learning cycle. IN: Proceedings of The Nineteenth Annual Conference of The Australian Association For Engineering Education (AaeE 2008), to Industry and Beyond. Yeppoon, Australia, 7-10 December 2008, pp. M2A3|
|Abstract: ||Experiential Learning is a modern radical approach of conducting education.
Kolb’s four stages experiential learning model have been well received since it was
proposed during mid 1980’s. In this paper, we approach the analysis of Kolb’s Cycle
from an engineering point of view, where we develop a mathematical model of the
learning curve when Kolb’s experiential learning cycle is use. Furthermore, we analyse
the characteristics of the derived model for example, learning stability and learning
robustness. We conclude with set of important characteristics of Kolb’s cycle that we
could clearly explore after utilizing the control engineering tools. The most important
characters are accommodating the uncertainties of the students learning ability. This
paper is one of the few trials traced in the pedagogical literature where control
engineering methods are applied for studying pedagogical process.|
|Description: ||This is a conference paper it was presented at AaeE 2008 and it is also available at: http://www.events.rockhamptoninfo.com.au/author-index|
|Appears in Collections:||Conference Papers and Presentations (Chemical Engineering)|
Conference Papers and Contributions (Mechanical, Electrical and Manufacturing Engineering)
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