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2. ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY
This literature review outlines the current state of the art knowledge in relation to the influence of diversity, attractiveness of the engineering profession and the skills and competencies required of engineers to achieve the SDGs. We aim to answer the overall research question: How do engineering educators develop new learning and teaching approaches (methods) that will attract a diverse group of students (and mature learners) whilst achieving the SDGs in 2030? The main objective of the A-STEP 2030 project is to create an attractive and fascinating learning environment to encourage young people with diverse backgrounds to engage in engineering studies and the profession as a whole.
Beagon, U., Tabas, B. & Kövesi, K. (2019) Report on the Future Role of Engineers in Society and the Skills and Competences Engineering will Require, A-STep 2030 - Report 1 Literature REview) 2019