Five Theses on a Renaissance of Engineering Education: Skill-Driven Learning and Teaching SDLnT
Keywords:engineering education, skill-driven teaching and learning
Over the next 50 years, we, the whole mankind, will have to proof whether we will on the one hand possess sufficient engineering competencies to master the great demands of sustainability and resilience and on the other hand strive on the technological progress of the digitalization. To successfully meet these challenges and fully take advantage of the technological opportunities, five theses – called SDLnT Skill-Driven Learning and Teaching - were drafted, meant to summarize the state of the discussion on engineering education.
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