Vol 27-4





Section I


Special Issue

Learning through Play in Engineering Education—Part 2


Guest Editor

Andrés Díaz Lantada—Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, Spain



Ahmad Ibrahim




Andrés Díaz Lantada

Guest Editorial



Jorge Domínguez Domínguez and

Jorge Axel Domíniquez López

Learning to Design Experiments Using Computer Simulations



Erik Delarue, Elisabeth Laga, Leonardo Meeus, Ronnie Belmans and

William D’haeseleer

Achieving Learning Potentials in an Educational Simulation Game for Trading and Generating Electrical Energy



A. García-Beltrán J. L. Ocaña,

C. Molpeceres, M. Morales,

J. M. González, M. Blasco and

D. Iordachescu

A Virtual Laboratory for Laser Transformation Hardening



C. Ahnert, D. Cuervo, N. García-Herranz, J. M. Aragonés, O. Cabellos, E. Gallego

E. Mínguez, A. Lorente and D. Piedra,

L. Rebollo and J. Blanco

Education and Training of Future Nuclear Engineers Through the use of, an Interactive Plant Simulator



P. Lafont Morgado, J. Echávarri Otero, E. Chacón Tanarro, E. de la Guerra Ochoa,

A. Díaz Lantada, J. M. Munoz-Guijosa

and J. L. Muñoz Sanz

Interactive Simulations of the Performance of Hydrodynamic Bearings in the ‘Machine Design’ Course



Juan J. Marquez, M. Luisa Martinez, Gregorio Romero and Jesus M. Perez

New Methodology for Integrating Teams into Multidisciplinary Project Based Learning



Rosa Arnaldo Valdés Luis Perez Sanz

 and José Felix Alonso

The use of Flight Simulators for Airspace Design in Engineering Education



Jayson W. Richardson, Tamara J. Moore, Gregory C. Sales and Matthew V. Mackritis

Using Computer Simulations to Support STEM Learning



Thashika D. Rupasinghe, Mary E. Kurz, Carl Washburn and

Anand K. Gramopadhye

Virtual Reality Training Integrated Curriculum: An Aircraft Maintenance Technology (AMT) Education Perspective



Susanne Ihsen, Wolfram Schneider,

Frank Wallhoff and Jürgen Blume

Raising Interest of Pupils in Engineering Education Through Problem Based Learning



María Ángeles Andreu-Andrés, and

Miguel García-Casas

Perceptions of Gaming as Experiential Learning by Engineering Students



R. Antón, J. Gastelurrutia, J. C. Ramos,

A. Rivas and G. S. Larraona

Learning through a Multiple Approach Competing Practical Exercise— MACPE: a Case Study with a Teacher’s and a Student’s Assessment



J. Carpio Cañada, T. J. Mateo Sanguino, S. Alcocer, A. Borrego, A. Isidro,

A. Palanco and J. M. Rodríguez

From Classroom to Mobile Robots Competition Arena: An Experience on Artificial Intelligence Teaching



Manuel A. Forero Rueda and

Michael D. Gilchrist

Innovations in Undergraduate Engineering Mechanics Education: Use of Team-Based Research-Led Project Methods for Large Student Cohorts



Carlos Veganzones, Sergio Martinez, Jaime R. Arribas, Maria E. Diaz,

Dionisio Ramirez, Francisco Blazquez

and Carlos Platero

A Learning Through Play Approach to the Development and Assessment of General Competences in Electrical Engineering Based on a Student Competition



Section II

Contributions in: Engineering Thinking, Scientific Reasoning, Assessment,

Cooperative Learning, Active Learning, Interactive Learning, Peer Instructions,

Electric Machinery, Computer Programming, Statistics, Thermodynamics,

and Refrigeration



Shlomo Waks, Elena Trotskovsky,

Nissim Sabag and Orit Hazzan

Engineering Thinking: The Experts’ Perspective



Maher Al-Arfaj

Scientific Reasoning Abilities of Undergraduate Science and Engineering Students at King Faisal University



A. F. Almarshoud

Developing a Rubric-Based Framework for Measuring the ABET Outcomes Achieved by Students of Electric Machinery Courses



Miguel Arevalillo-Herráez

and José M. Claver

Assessment Technique to Encourage Cooperative Learning in a Computer Programming Course



Huei-Chun Huang, Shen-Guan Shih

and Wei Cheng Lai

Cooperative Learning in Engineering Education: a Game Theory-Based Approach



Andreja Drobnic Vidic

Impact of Problem-based Statistics Course in Engineering on Students’ Problem-Solving Skills



Milo D. Koretsky and Bill J. Brooks

Comparison of Student Responses to Easy and Difficult Thermodynamics Conceptual Questions during Peer Instruction




R. Cabello, R. Llopis and D. Sánchez

and E. Torrella

REFLAB: An Interactive Tool for Supporting Practical Learning in the Educational Field of Refrigeration



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