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5.3 EDUCATIONAL SCIENCES, Interdisciplinary
This report outlines the design and evaluation of the Learning and Teaching Activity which forms part of the A-STEP 2030 (Attracting diverSe Talent to the Engineering Professions of 2030) project. This project is an EU Erasmus+ project funded under call number 2018-1-FR01-KA203-047854. The document begins by explaining the purpose and aims of the overall research project and more specifically, the background to the design of the Learning and Teaching Activity. The report provides a detailed description of the organisation of the learning and teaching activity and a summary of the feedback received from participants. Exemplars of the future scenarios co-created as part of the learning and teaching activity are included in Appendix 2. These can be used by engineering educators to engage students in conversations about the future of engineering education. The report is completed with recommendations for future learning and teaching activities which can build upon this pilot project.
Beagon, U., Spaas, J., Kövesi, K., Tabas, B., Nørgaard, B., Spliid, C., Lehtinen, R., Koponen, J. (2021) “Report on the programme Activity Development Process – The A-STEP 2030 Summer School” Report R7 Output of the A-STEP 2030 project”. Available at: https://www.astep2030.eu/en/project-reports