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Integration Of Teamwork Skills In Teaching In Order To Meet The Learning Outcomes In The Cdio Syllabus: Application To Technology And Engineering

Diep Thi Ngoc Hoang () and Thu Thi Anh Do
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Diep Thi Ngoc Hoang: Vietnam Maritime University, Haiphong city, Vietnam
Thu Thi Anh Do: Vietnam Maritime University, Haiphong city, Vietnam

Journal of Mechanical Engineering Research & Developments (JMERD), 2019, vol. 42, issue 2, 1-5

Abstract: With the goal of fundamental and comprehensive innovation of higher education towards shifting the educational process from mainly equipped with the knowledge to the complete development of learners’ competencies and qualities, universities have made many innovation initiatives to meet the increasing demands for higher education. To implement the above objectives, one of the innovations is to apply the CDIO approach as a standard framework for developing training programs, advanced training techniques to meet social needs and response, and international quality standards. Improving teaching capacity for teachers through the selection of teaching methods integrated between teaching professional knowledge with personal skills and interactive skills compatible with output standards and methods evaluate the effectiveness. Teamwork skills are a CDR on skills in CDIO syllabus, so it is necessary to implement teaching, organizing and evaluating group activities. The paper focused on the organization and method of implementing group activities in each class when implementing the training program by the CDIO approach.

Keywords: CDIO approach; Learning outcomes; CDIO Syllabus; Integrated curriculum; Teamwork skill (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2019
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DOI: 10.26480/jmerd.02.2019.01.05

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