Design, Inquiry, and Learning

Session 4: Design, Inquiry, and Learning

O. Eris, Stanford University: “Insisting on Truth at the Expense of Conceptualization: Can Engineering Portfolios Help?

K. J. Obarski and S. W. Soled, University of Cincinnati: “Engineers as Inquiry Practitioners

M. Ogot and G. O. Kremer, Pennsylvania State University: “Systematic Creativity Methods in Engineering Education: A Learning Theory Perspective

M. W. Ohland and J. D. Summers, Clemson University, “Teaching Design using Multiple Hierarchical Engineering Education Models

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