Topics

Submissions of technical papers are welcome on any aspects of engineering and technology education and research. The scope of the FICEER2015 conference includes, but not limited to:

Pedagogy • Participative Learning • Learning Models • Lifelong Learning • E-learning in the Workplace • International Collaboration • Practices in Engineering Education • Technology Enhanced Learning • On-Line Learning • Cultural Issues in Engineering Education • Educational Ecosystems • Collaborative and Social Technologies • Smart Environments for Learning • Affective and Pervasive Computing for Learning• Intelligent Learning Systems • Computer Supported Collaborative Learning • Standardization, Reusability and Interoperability Issues • Learning Objects reusability and digital repositories • Computer and Web based Software • Uses of Technology in the Classroom • Data Mining and Web Mining in Education • Synchronous and Asynchronous Technologies • Wireless, Mobile and Other Technologies for Learning • Laboratory Experiences • Undergraduate Research Experiences •Design Experiences • Innovative Engineering Courses and Labs • Innovative Competitions and Laboratories • Models in Education • Attracting and Retaining Human Talent • Knowledge and Competencies Management • Accreditation Issues • Assessment and Feedback • First Year Courses and Programs • General Issues in Engineering Education • Specific Engineering Disciplines • Faculty Development • Globalization • Curricula and Programs • Skills Development: Technical Writing, Presentation, Teamwork • Developing assessment rubrics • Student learning outcomes and institute assessment • Electronic assessment • Assessing team projects and student experiences • Large-scale assessment projects• Integrating assessment into academic and professional practice • Involving practitioners in classroom assessment• Evidence-based systems for learning assessment • Presenting Assessment results• Assessment Theories and Methodologies

Theme

"Reinstating Soul into Education - Towards Global Competitiveness"