International Journal of Engineering Pedagogy (iJEP)

The International Journal of Engineering Pedagogy (iJEP) is an independent, peer-reviewed online journal. It serves as an international forum related to engineering education, published at present four times a year. Teachers, educators and researchers as well as schools and institutions are invited to discuss their research, experiences, ideas and perspectives in the field of engineering pedagogy at a worldwide level.


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iJEP Vol. 4, no. 2, 2014

Vol 4, No 2 (2014)

Table of Contents


Design, Implementation and Analysis of Learner-Centered Guided In-Service Programme for Technical Teacher Education PDF
Tiia Rüütmann, Hants Kipper pp. 4-9
Involving Parents at Step One in the Freshman Engineering Experience PDF
Dan Budny, Cheryl A. Paul, Beth B. Newborg pp. 10-17
A Blueprint for Success: A Model for Developing Engineering Education in the UK PDF
Melanie Rose Nova King, Peter Willmot pp. 18-22
Linking experiments with the real world PDF
José Couto Marques, Maria Teresa Restivo, Alberto Cardoso, Tiago Santos pp. 23-27
Teaching Technical Writing: Opportunities for International Collaboration PDF
Leslie E. Seawright pp. 28-30
Practice-oriented Learning as a Way to Meet Employers’ Requirements to Graduates PDF
Alexander Chuchalin, Mikhail Minin, Natalia Vyuzhanina pp. 31-35
The Student Conference: A Model of Authentic Assessment PDF
Teresa L Larkin pp. 36-46
Students’ Perceptions on Practical Problem Solving in Mathematics in E-environment PDF
Anda Zeidmane, Vita Duka pp. 47-51
Online Experimentation in Education and Training PDF
Maria Teresa Restivo, Alberto Cardoso pp. 52-56


IGIP/ICL2014 Conference PDF
Call for Papers p. 57
“Talking about Teaching 2014” (TaT’14) PDF
Call for Papers p. 58

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