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Título : Moray: Bridging an ancient culture of innovation with emerging pedagogies in engineering
Autor: Cornejo, Melanie Gisela
O'Hara, Brian
Tarazona-Vasquez, Francisco
Barrios, Francisca
Power, Mauricio
Fecha de publicación : 12-ene-2018
Resumen : From its inception, Universidad de Ingeniería y Tecnología (UTEC) has functioned under the mandate of causing a disruptive effect in society by educating a new generation of holistic engineers bound to become empowered change agents. The university has recently embarked on a radical transformation of its educational model, in order to deliver this promise. A flexible curriculum provides students not only with a strong STHEAM backbone imparted in a student-centered active-learning format, but also exposes them to real engineering challenges and promotes the acquisition of professional skills from the onset. For this change to be implemented successfully, UTEC has decided to design and launch a Laboratory for Educational Innovation, called Moray. Conceived as an open platform, Moray sits at the intersection of physical and virtual spaces and is organized around flexible protocols that allow faculty, students, staff, and experts from top universities worldwide to work inter-disciplinarily and collaboratively, towards the enhancement of teaching and learning dynamics in higher education.
Palabras clave : Educational Innovation
Engineering Education
Emerging Pedagogies
Teaching - T-shaped engineers
Editorial : Kassel University Press
International Society for Engineering Education (IGIP)
URI: https://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12815/206
DOI : https://doi.org/10.3991/ijep.v8i4.8139
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