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Conference Programme

Wednesday 11th January

18:00 Welcome Reception

Thursday 12th January

08:30 Registration Opens & Coffee
09:30 Conference Opening
09:45 Keynote 1: Ade Mabogunje, Stanford University
“Instrumenting the Design Process and Nucleating Regional Ecosystems to Accelerate Innovation.”
10:30 Keynote 2: Kathryn Jablokow, Pennsylvania State University
“The Paradox of the Box: Rethinking the Metaphor for Design Creativity”
11:15 Coffee
11:45 Parallel Session 1
Introduction to CDIO 1
An introduction to CDIO principles and practice, this will be a hands-on workshop for those new to CDIO
Paul Hermon & Charlie McCartan, Queens University Belfast
Research-Teaching Nexus
The teaching-research nexus and how links to disciplinary based research are included in engineering curricula
Marie Magnell, KTH Royal Institute of Technology
13:00 Lunch
14:00 Panel Discussion:"Engineering Technologists for a Resource Constrained Future"
Patrick Prendergast, Ade Mabogunje, Kathryn Jablokow, Aldert Kamp, Kristina Edström
15:00 Parallel Session 2
Introduction to CDIO 2
Part II of the workshop
Paul Hermon & Charlie McCartan, Queens University Belfast
Change Management in Engineering Programmes
Drawing upon experience in the 4TU project, the presenters will demonstrate the process of introducing large scale change in engineering education programmes
Maartje van den Bogaard, Leiden University & Aldert Kamp, TU-Delft
16:15 Coffee
Parallel Session 3
Site Visits
A number of site visits to research and teaching facilities within TCD will be available
The Role of CDIO in Engineering Education Research
Tensions in the emerging Engineering Education Research field and how CDIO can contribute to shaping it
Kristina Edström, KTH Royal Institute of Technology
19:15 Banquet Dinner in Trinity College Dublin Dining Hall

Friday 13th January

08:30 (Late) Registration & Coffee            Regional Meetings
09:30 Keynote 3: Aldert Kamp, TU Delft
“Engineering Education in a Rapidly Changing World”
10:15 Keynote 4: John Domingue, Open University
“Experimentation on-the-go, Learning Analytics and Blockchains: 3 Transformative Technologies for Education”
11:00 Coffee
11:30 Parallel Session 4
Active Learning
Hands-on workshop focused on multiple active learning tools and techniques for practitioners to use
Matt Murphy, University of Liverpool & Suzanne Hallenga-Brink, Hague
Designing Courses For Motivation
(Short Lunch included)
A comprehensive way of making teaching and learning more rewarding for both students and staff.
Björn Hedin, Björn Kjellgren, Anders Berglund and Hans Havtun, KTH Royal Institute of Technology
13:00 Lunch
14:00 Parallel Session 5/6
Online Learning in Engineering Education
How to develop and run an online module (MOOC, ProfEd or accredited online course).
Pieter de Vries, TU-Delft
Assessment and Learning
Using adaptive comparative judgement in design education.
Dónal Canty, University of Limerick & Niall Seery, Athlone Institute of Technology
15:15 Outreach and Community Engagement
Examples of engaging school children in science and technology
Arlene O’Neill & Brendan Tangney, Trinity College Dublin, Paul Nugent, Santa Sabina
16:30 Plenary/Closing

Venue Key

Museum Building
O'Reilly Conference Room
MacNeill Theatre

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