1st Edition

International Handbook of Engineering Education Research

Edited By Aditya Johri Copyright 2023
    760 Pages 30 B/W Illustrations
    by Routledge

    760 Pages 30 B/W Illustrations
    by Routledge

    This comprehensive handbook offers a broad overview of contemporary research on engineering education and its practical application. Over the past two decades, the field of engineering education research (EER) has become a vibrant and impactful community with new journals, conferences, and doctoral and research programs established across the globe. The increased interest in this area has helped improve the education and training of the next generation of engineers, as well as supporting growth in the use of technology for teaching and learning, increased attention to broadening participation, diversity and inclusion in the field, and a wide international expansion of the field.

    Drawing on the work of 100 expert contributors from over 20 countries, this volume covers both emergent and established areas of research within engineering education, giving voice to newcomers to the field as well as perspectives from established experts. Contents include:

    • Sociocognitive and affective perspectives on engineering education.
    • Technology and online learning in engineering education.
    • Cultural and ethical issues including diversity, equity, and inclusion in engineering education.
    • Curriculum design, teaching practices, and teacher education at all levels.
    • Research methods and assessment in engineering education.

    This book offers an innovative and in-depth overview of engineering education scholarship and practice, which will be of use to researchers in engineering education, engineering educators and faculty, teacher educators in engineering education or STEM education, and other engineering and STEM-related professional organizations.

    The Open Access version of this book, available at http://www.taylorfrancis.com, has been made available under a Creative Commons Attribution-Non Commercial-No Derivatives (CC-BY-NC-ND) 4.0 license.

    1. Introduction to the International Handbook of Engineering Education Research   Part 1: Comparative Perspectives for Engineering Education Research  2. The Historically Global Forming of Engineering Education  3. Gaps, Resources, and Potentials for Growth in Comparative Engineering Education Research  4. Decolonization in Engineering Education  5. Developing a Global and Culturally Inclusive Vision of Engineering Ethics Education and Research  6. Disrupting Engineering Education  Part 2: Theoretical Orientations and Critical Approaches in Engineering Education Research  7. The Role and Use of Theory in Engineering Education Research  8. Emotions in Engineering Education  9. Advancing an Integrative Perspective of Identity in Engineering Education  10. Critical and Cultural Analysis of Engineering Learning  11. Critical Perspectives on Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Research in Engineering Education  Part 3: Engineering Education Across Contexts and Participants  12. Professional Learning for Pre-College Engineering Teachers  13. Engineering Graduate Education in the United States  14. The Overlooked Impact of Faculty on Engineering Education  15. Informal Learning as Opportunity for Competency Development and Broadened Engagement in Engineering  16. Enabling a Skilled and Diverse Engineering Workforce with Non-Degree Credentials  Part 4: Advancing Pedagogy and Curriculum in Engineering Education  17. Institutionalizing Social Justice in Engineering Curricula  18. Transforming Engineering Education through Social Capital in Response to Hidden Curriculum  19. Collaborative Learning in Engineering Education  20. Teaching for Creativity, Entrepreneurship, and Leadership in Engineering  21. Educating the Whole Engineer by Integrating Engineering and the Liberal Arts  Part 5: Engineering Education at the Intersection of Technology and Computing  22. Engineering Education and Online Learning  23. The Use of Extended Reality (XR), Wearable, and Haptic Technologies for Learning Across Engineering Disciplines  24. Online Laboratories in Engineering Education Research and Practice  25. Towards a Techno-Social Realist Approach in Primary and Secondary Computing Education  26. A Selective Review of Computing Education Research  Part 6: Engineering Education Research Methods and Assessment  27. Delineating Anti-Blackness in Engineering Education Research Methodology  28. Broadening Dissemination Genres to Share Hidden Insight via Design Cases in Engineering Education Research  29. Considerations for Engineering Education Research Using Quantitative Methods  30. Advanced Considerations in Quantitative Methods for New Directions in Engineering Education Research  31. Contemporary Approaches to Assessment of Engineering Competencies for Diverse Learners  32. The Future of Engineering Education Research



    Aditya Johri is Professor of information sciences and technology (IST) in the College of Engineering and Computing (CEC) at George Mason University, USA.