IJEDST 2017 Volume 5 Issue 1

International Journal of Education, Development, Society and Technology (IJEDST) ISSN: 2321 – 7537

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New Efficient Method for Engineering Education Analysis and Implementation. E. M. Barhoumi, I. Ben Belgacem, Y. Berouche, A. Galal, A. Al Muhaisen. IJEDST (2017), 5(1):1-6

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Title:
New Efficient Method for Engineering Education Analysis and Implementation


Authors & Affiliation:
E. M. Barhoumi1, I. Ben Belgacem2, Y. Berouche3, A. Galal4, A. Al Muhaisen5
1 Assistant Professor Department of Electrical Engineering College of Engineering, Majmaah University KSA
1 Université de Tunis El Manar, Ecole Nationale d'Ingénieurs de Tunis, Laboratoire ACS-ENIT (LR11ES20) TUNISIA
2 PhD College of Engineering, Mechanical Engineering Department, Monastir University TUNISIA
3 PhD Mondvert Inc, R&D section, 225 Churchill Ave, J4V2M5, Greenfield Park, Qc, CANADA
4 Assistant Professor Department of Electrical Engineering, Assiut University, Egypt, on leave for Almajmaah University, KSA
5 Assistant Professor Department of Electrical Engineering College of Engineering, Majmaah University KSA
e.barhoumi@mu.edu.sa, IkramBenBelgacem@hotmail.com, yberrouche@gmail.com, a.abokhalil@mu.edu.sa, a.almuhaisen@mu.edu.sa




Abstract:
New efficient methods for teaching engineering have attracted the attention of most faculty members in engineering education. The aim of this paper is to address the research question: Does the current methods used for teaching engineering enable learners to develop desirable professional engineering skills? To find an answer for this question we need to discuss the knowledge and skills achieved with classical methods. Nowadays, the results show some drawbacks in engineering education systems. This paper proposes a new teaching method to improve required knowledge and skills of graduated students. The proposed method is discussed in details to show its effectiveness on the performances of students.
Key words: Engineering education, Active methods, teaching in laboratory, high thinking skills.
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Prof. Dr. Prabhu Britto Albert,
Mar 2, 2017, 10:40 PM
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Prof. Dr. Prabhu Britto Albert,
Mar 2, 2017, 10:40 PM