Engineering based modelling experiences of gifted students: An example of eco-friendly car.

Işıksal Bostan, Mine


Engineering-based modelling experiences of elementary gifted students: An example of bridge construction
Karatas-Aydin, Firdevs Iclal; Işıksal Bostan, Mine (2023-03-01)
Background: Integrating science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) in elementary classrooms has gained more attention with the current educational reforms. In this integration, finding ways to improve STEM knowledge and develop appropriate learning activities, and instructional strategies have been a challenge for educators. Although the similarities between gifted and engineering education have been emphasized, they have been not fully considered. Purpose: This study attempted to show how STEM...
Şahin, Elvan; Teksöz, Gaye (2011-07-06)
The present study aimed to determine engineering students' familiarity and current understandings of sustainability as well as their attitudes toward sustainable development. 'A Survey of University Students' Views on Sustainability' originally developed by Kagawa (2007) was administered to a total of 341 engineering students at Middle East Technical University. The results of descriptive statistics showed that engineering students could not develop an adequate understanding of sustainability. Moreover, the...
Engineering education among 9-15 years old representing the disadvantaged sample group
Aydın, Ganime; Saka, Mehpare; Çakıroğlu, Jale; Ibis Ercihan, Ezgi; Ozansak Topçu, Yeşim; Saruhan, Vildan (null; 2019-07-15)
Engineering Effort Estimation for Product Development Projects
Yurt, Z. Ozturk; İyigün, Cem; Bakal, P. (2019-01-01)
Cost estimation is an essential process for gaining competitive advantage in the bidding phase of every project. Besides, cost estimates are also vital for effective project control. For product development projects engineering hours is the main cost item and hence estimating engineering hours for potential product development projects is an important task.
Hasdoğan, Gülay Fatma(2004-11-11)
Today the bottleneck in introducing new successful products quickly to the market has moved from factory floor manufacturing to the product specification, design and evaluation process, although of course world-class manufacturing remains essential. 'Quality' has moved beyond functionality and usability to satisfying people's subjective and emotional lifestyle needs. This can only be achieved by breakthrough knowledge-based changes in the conception of products to maintain and increase EU competitiveness un...
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F. İ. KARATAŞ and M. Işıksal Bostan, “Engineering based modelling experiences of gifted students: An example of eco-friendly car.,” presented at the 13th International Conference on Education and New Learning Technologies, İspanya, 2021, Accessed: 00, 2022. [Online]. Available: