CDIO IMPLEMENTATION USING 24/7 WORKING SPACES

CDIO IMPLEMENTATION USING 24/7 WORKING SPACES

E. Gerlein, J. Hurtado, J. Cruz (2018).  CDIO IMPLEMENTATION USING 24/7 WORKING SPACES. 10.

This document discusses the adaptations, reforms, and challenges faced at the Electronics Lab at Universidad Javeriana, in Bogotá-Colombia to provide adequate logistic support to the implementation of the CDIO model to the undergraduate program in Electronics Engineering. These adaptations involved not only the use of spaces, electronic equipment, computers, and availability 24/7 for students and teachers, but also the contribution to students learning in individual and intragroup responsibility, and self-regulation. The paper highlights how a successful implementation of a CDIO curricula have been achieved through some changes in the furniture, spaces for study and workgroup, as well as greater integration of the students while they conduct their academic work. 

Authors (New): 
Eduardo A. Gerlein
Jairo Alberto Hurtado
Juan Manuel Cruz
Pages: 
10
Affiliations: 
Pontificia Universidad Javeriana, Bogotá, Colombia
Keywords: 
Workspaces
laboratories
Electronic Equipment
CDIO Standard 6
Year: 
2018-01-01 00:00:00
Reference: 
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