Universidad de los Andes is pleased to invite you to the 2017 Research in Engineering Education Symposium. REES2017 will be held in Bogotá, Colombia from July 6 to July 8 2017. This symposium follows on from the success of ICREE 2007 in Hawaii, USA; REES 2008 in Davos, Switzerland; REES 2009 in Palm Cove, Queensland, Australia; REES 2011 in Madrid, Spain; REES 2013 in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia and REES 2015 in Dublin, Ireland.
The key theme for REES2017 is Research in Engineering Education.
This symposium is held in collaboration with the Research in Engineering Education Network (REEN). REEN is an international forum for scholars interested in discussing and advancing research in engineering education. It aims to bring together the growing international community of engineering education researchers. This vibrant and welcoming community nurtures developing researchers through collaboration and sound methodological approaches to address the challenges within Engineering Education.
More information on REEN can be found on the website: www.reen.co
We are proud to be part of the Engineering Education Week Colombia 2017 (EEWC2017). REES and IRSPBL hosts join forces to coordinate a great event from Monday 3rd July to Saturday 8th July 2017. The key theme for EEWC2017 is: Society challenges for engineering education in the 21st century. Colombia will be the epicenter for the latest research and developments in education.
More information on EEWC can be found on the website: www.eewc2017.org
|Abstract submission Open||Apr 1,2016|
|Abstract submission Closed||Nov 21, 2016|
|Abstract Decision||Dec 20, 2016|
|Deadline for full paper submission||Mar 1, 2017|
|Notification of acceptance from Review Process||Apr 12, 2017|
|Deadline for Final Paper Submission||May 24, 2017|
|Symposium||July 6, 7 & 8 2017|
Review criteria and guidelines for 7th Research in Engineering Education Symposium can be found here
Please do not forget to download the Template for Abstract submission to the 7th Research in Engineering Education Symposium here!
Please submit your abstract in the following EasyChair link before the 21th November 2016.
Please do not forget to download the Template for Paper submission to the 7th Research in Engineering Education Symposium here!
Please submit your paper in the following EasyChair link before the 1st March 2017.
The sessions format and instructions for presenters can be found here
More details coming soon.
Kristina Edström is Associate Professor in Engineering Education Development at KTH Royal Institute of Technology. Her current research takes a critical approach to the “why”, “what” and “how” of engineering education reform. Since 1997 she leads and participates in educational development activities and faculty development at KTH, in Sweden and internationally. She has been active in developing and disseminating the CDIO approach since 2001, and is an elected member of the international CDIO Council. She was also Director of Educational Development at Skolkovo Institute of Science and Technology, Moscow, 2012-2013. Kristina was awarded the KTH Prize for Outstanding Achievements in Education in 2004 and elected lifetime honorary member of the KTH Student Union in 2009. Kristina has a M.Sc. in Engineering from Chalmers, Gothenburg, Sweden.
Dr. Mark Somerville joined Olin College from Vassar College, where he had been an Assistant Professor of Physics since 1998. He holds M.S. and Ph.D. degrees in electrical engineering from MIT, as well as an M.A. (first class honors) in physics from Oxford University .He has also worked closely with other Olin faculty members to develop Olin's I2E2 Summer Institute, which draws engineering educators from around the world. Additionally, he is co-author of the book “The making of a whole new engineer: Four unexpected lessons for engineering educators and education researchers.” They found out together changes the course of education transformation forever: How trust is key to unleashing young, courageous engineers. How engineers need to move from a narrow technical education to one that actively engages six minds. How emotion and culture–not content, curriculum & pedagogy–are the crucial elements of change. How all stakeholders can collaborate to disrupt the status quo.
Dr. Nicki Sochacka is a co–director of the engineering education research CLUSTER at the University of Georgia. Her current research and prior experiences as an environmental consultant have exposed her to engineering education and professional practice across the globe, most notably in Australia, Sweden, the United States, Germany, and Brazil. A genuine appreciation for different worldviews underpins Nicki’s highly interdisciplinary research program, in which she works closely with colleagues from the arts, social work, and education on projects related to STEAM (STEM + Art) education, empathy, diversity, and reflection. Nicki’s internationally recognized expertise in interpretive research methods informs her efforts to build social capital and capacity around interpretive methods in engineering education.
Dr. Maria Araceli Ruiz Primo is the Director of SEHD Research Center, Laboratory of Educational Assessment, Research, and Innovation (LEARN) and Professor of Educational Psychology at University of Colorado Denver. Her work examines teachers’ assessment practices and the assessment of student learning both in the classroom and in large-scale assessment programs. Her publications address the development and evaluation of multiple learning assessment strategies and the study of teachers’ informal and formal formative assessment practices. Her recent work focuses on the development and evaluation of assessments that are instructionally sensitive and instruments intended to measure teachers’ formative assessment practices.
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The EIEI ACOFI 2016, is the most important stage of education in engineering in Colombia, where the socialization of proposals and experiences of the process teaching and learning, research in engineering education , social responsibility in the training of engineers, among other important issues, provide elements and opportunities for improvement in our faculties of engineering.
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