Thinking of engineering education: Program Curriculum and Teaching – Learning Processes | Original Article
Education for engineers cannot be the transposition of academic courses as taught in institutes giving a general education. Students in engineering, throughout their scientific and humanistic studies, would be encouraged to find and develop their own way of thinking, to be creative themselves and at the same time, to understand the process of creativity. In doing this, they influence the external and internal processes and instruction that govern students behavior. During instruction, higher education faculty customarily faces matters of concern related to students’ performance and conduct. Thus this article outlines program curriculum and teaching – learning processes, mechanism, curricular gaps, etc.