Distributed Constructionism in Engineering Tutorials: Requirements Engineering
Constructionism - a process where knowledge is constructed through manipulation of realworld things - is a natural pedagogical approach for the engineering discipline, where 'making' is a fundamental aspect of professional practice. Yet, the pedagogy behind constructionism (see Papert 1980; Martinez & Stager 2012) is often overlooked when designing practical sessions, where the is a clear, convergent and often assessed outcome for any particular session. Distributed constructionism (a...[Show more]
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|Source:||Proceedings of the 26th Annual Conference of the Australasian Association for EngineeringEducation: AAEE2015|
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