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Blended Design and Project Based Learning: a future for engineering education
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Wednesday, December 9 • 11:00am - 12:30pm
| 2 | Masterclass: CDIO in the Australian and New Zealand Context

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This workshop is co-authored by Duncan Campbell (QUT), Nicolete Maynard (Curtin), Natalie Lloyd (Curtin) and Veronica Mier del Rosal (Universidad de Oviedo, Spain). Duncan and Natalie are facilitating in person, and Nicoleta and Veronica engaging from afar.

CDIO (Conceive, Design, Implement and Operate) is a global initiative with 126 member universities and insititutes around the world, including seven in the Australian and New Zealand Region. CDIO is an active community of practice which shares tools and innovation in engineering education. In recent years, the CDIO initiative has revised the "CDIO Syllabus" and the 12 CDIO Standards placing greater emphasis in a number of areas including leadership, entrepreneurship, sustainability, internationalisation and mobility. Member insitututions engage CDIO in many ways which include improving their own engineering programs, to share their own experiences, to benchmark against other institutions, to acheive accreditation, and to assist in student mobility. AAEE was the first Affiliate Member of CDIO. The communities and aims of both the AAEE community and the CDIO community have much in common. This workshop is to explore how we can leverage opportunities with the AAEE and CDIO communities.

Speakers
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Duncan Campbell

Professor, QUT
I am the Chair of the ANZ CDIO Region and former President of AAEE. I am also the Director Australian Research Center for Aerospace Automation (ARCAA) which puts me at the intriguing nexus of research and engineering education. I am driven by how we can leverage the greatest opportunities between our AAEE community and the global CDIO community. Very happy to have a discussion around this (and other topics of course).



Wednesday December 9, 2015 11:00am - 12:30pm
KE2.202 DEAKIN UNIVERISTY

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