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Program with Papers

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Monday 20th July

17:30    Registration Welcome Reception and BBQ at Novotel Palm Cove Sprigs Lawn



Tuesday 21st July

8:30      Registration Desk Opens               Foyer of Convention Centre

9:00 – 10:30    Welcome Plenary                 Arlington Room

10.30 – 11.00   Refreshments                       Terrace

Session 1



11:00 – 12:30

Session 1A – Student Motivation

Thetford room;  Chair: Nadia Kellam

Session 1B – Values & Ethics

Hastings Room;  Chair: Anna Carew

Session 1C – PBL

Flinders Room;  Chair: Prue Howard

54. How Do Engineering Educators Take Student Motivation into Account? Jennifer Turns, Kathleen Gygi, Michael J. Prince

3. Engineering Values: An Approach to Explore Values in Education and Practice Caroline Baillie, George Catalano, Yamun Nahar, Eric Feinblatt

20. What Student Attributes Affect Experience of PBL in Virtual Space? Peter Gibbings, John Lidstone, Christine Bruce

80. An Exploration of Self Motivation Factors among Engineering Students Aini Nazura Paimin, Roger Hadgraft, J. Kaya Prpic

9. Engineering Culture and the Ethical Development of Undergraduate Students Trevor Harding, Donald Carpenter, Cynthia Finelli, Janel Sutkus

27. Comparison of PBL Project Assessment Rubrics Lyn Brodie, Peter Gibbings

90. Rule, Role and Value Orientations as Motivations for Engineering Ida Ngambeki, Sara Branch, Demetra Evangelou

7. Transforming the Culture, Delivery and Content of an Undergraduate Engineering Program: Process, Pitfalls, and Potential for Lasting Change Roberta Herter, Trevor Harding, Linda Vanasupa

28. Virtual Teamwork and PBL - Barriers to Participation and Learning  Lyn Brodie

48. What Does "Motivation" Really Mean?: An Example From Current Engineering Education Research Holly Matusovich, Ruth Streveler, Ronald Miller



49. A Program Logic Approach to Evaluating Educational Innovations Caroline Crosthwaite, Lesley Jolly, Elizabeth Brown

12.30 – 14.00   Lunch            Terrace

Session 2



14:00 – 15:30

Session 2A – Engagement

Thetford room;  Chair: Maura Borrego

Session 2B – P-12

Hastings Room;  Chair: Lesley Jolly

Session 2C – Engineering Practice

Flinders Room;  Chair: Caroline Baillie

5. Development and Validation of the Engineering – National Survey of Student Engagement (E-NSSE) and Engineering – Faculty Survey of Student Engagement (E-FSSE) Elizabeth Cady, Norman Fortenberry, Malcolm Drewery, Stefani Bjorklund

14. Implementing Engineering Education In The Middle School Lyn English, Les Dawes, Peter Hudson, Terry Byers

52. Engineering Education Requires a Better Model of Engineering Practice James Trevelyan

41. BUZZ – Acoustical Engineering Methodologies to Measure Student Engagement Johannes Strobel, Neal Evans, Emily Wigley, Woei Hung

56. Integrating Engineering Experiences within the Elementary Mathematics Curriculum Nicholas Mousoulides, Lyn English

11. A Study of the Understanding of Knowledge and Learning of a Cohort of Mature Age Students David Dowling, Lorelle Burton

44. When Critical Mass is Not an Option: Diversifying Smaller Faculties Jennifer Karlin, Andrea Surovek

106. An Examination of Web-Based P-12 Engineering Curricula: Issues of Pedagogical and Engineering Content Fidelity Aikaterini Bagiati, Demetra Evangelou

105. Steps Toward a Better Model of Engineering Practice James Trevelyan

66. Beyond Exam Results: 3 Years of Student Admission Interviews for Undergraduate Engineering Study Carol Russell, Zlatko Spralja



74. An Effective Way to Measure Practical Intelligence From a Laboratory Experience Zol Bahri Razali, James Trevelyan

15.30 – 16.00   Refreshments (Terrace)   16:30     Depart Palm Cove at Hartleys Crocodile Adventure and Dinner

Wednesday 22nd July

8:30      Registration Desk Opens               Foyer

Session 3



9:00 – 10:30

Session 3A – Retention

Thetford room;  Chair:

Session 3B – Competence & Assessment

Hastings Room;  Chair: Lorraine Fleming

Session 3C – Engineering Design

Flinders Room;  Chair:

29. A Phenomenological Inquiry of the Major Choice Processes of an Overlooked Demographic: First Generation College Students in Engineering Julie Trenor

38. Influences of the Cohort on Engineering Students’ Competence Formation Joachim Walther, Nadia Kellam, David Radcliffe

12. Development of a Hands-on Instrument Measuring Understanding of Engineering Design Adam Carberry, Gay Lemons, Chris Swan, Linda Jarvin, Chris Rogers

51. The Relationship Between First Year Engineering Students’ Perceptions of Workload and Stress Euan Lindsay

58. Metrics and the Holistic Learner Jennifer Karlin, Stuart Kellogg

61. Phase change in engineering knowledge production - from an academic to an entrepreneurial context Bill Williams, José Figueiredo

73. Student Retention Modelling: An Evaluation of Different Methods and their Impact on Prediction Results PK Imbrie, Joe J.J. Lin

93. Identifying Teaching Approaches that Develop Engineering Students’ Graduate Attributes Anna Carew, David Lewis, Chris Letchford

89. Influencing Student Designers Towards Safe Design - Transdisciplinarity and the Journey of the Devox Prue Howard, Yvonne Toft



79. Towards an Integration of Formal and Informal Curricula in Engineering Schools Mario Letelier, Rosario Carrasco

101. A Cognitive Framework for Understanding the Role of Students’ Expectations and Motivations in Interdisciplinary Design Collaboration David Richter, Marie Paretti

10.30 – 11.00   Refreshments Terrace

Session 4



11:00 – 12:30

Session 4A – Diversity

Thetford room;  Chair:

Session 4B – Knowledge Frameworks

Hastings Room;  Chair: Jeff Froyd

Session 4C – Active Learning

Flinders Room;  Chair:

50. New Constructions of Gender Inclusive Engineering Curriculum Julie Mills, Judith Gill

16. A Knowledge Framework for Analysis of Engineering Mechanics Exams Thomas Goldfinch, Anna Carew, Timothy McCarthy

43. Use of Guided Inquiry as an Active Learning Technique in Engineering Elliot Douglas, Chu-Chuan Chiu

60. Using a model-building task to compare the design process of service learning and non-service learning engineering students Adam Carberry, Gay Lemons, Chris Swan, Linda Jarvin, Chris Rogers

35. Enhancing Student Awareness of Conceptual Variations in a Key Nanoscience Concept:  The Effect of a Teaching Intervention in an Engineering Course Eun-jung Park, Su Swarat, Greg Light, Denise Drane

70. Where the Social meets the Cognitive in Classroom Interactions: Mapping the Intersecting Spaces between "Teaching & Learning" in the Classroom Community Pamela Theroux

100. Teacher Influences on Child Interest in STEM Careers Meara Habashi, William Graziano, Demetra Evangelou, Ida Ngambeki

72. Use of Item Response Theory to Facilitate Concept Inventory Development Teri Reed-Rhoads, PK Imbrie

77. Patterns of Technology Adoption and Perceptions of Virtual Laboratories Among Undergraduate Engineering Students Krishna Madhavan, Jacob Schroeder, Hanjun Xian

104. An Examination of the Paths Influencing the Post Baccalaureate Decisions of High Achieving Black Engineering Students Lorraine Fleming, Dawn Williams

96. Unpacking Student Conceptions of Surface Area to Volume Ratio in the Nanoscience Context: An Empirical Application of the Construct-Centered Design Framework Su Swarat, Gregory Light, Eun Jung Park, Denise Drane

86. Places for Learning Engineering: The Role of Informal Learning Spaces Rosemary Chang, Linda Stern, Harald Sondergaard, Roger Hadgraft

12:30 departure from Palm Cove for Kuranda Skyrail excursion (return to Palm Cove 17:15)

Conference Dinner depart Palm Cove 18:30 (Depart Palm Cove 18:15 and return 22:30)

Thursday 23rd July

8:30      Registration Desk Opens               Foyer

Session 5



9:00 – 10:30

Session 5A – Student Success

Thetford room;  Chair:

Session 5B – Knowledge Development

Hastings Room;  Chair:

Session 5C – Team Learning

Flinders Room;  Chair:

10. A Study of Key Factors that Influence Engineering Student Success at University David Dowling, Lorelle Burton

65. Confronting the Methodological Challenges of Engineering Practice Research: A Three-Tiered Model of Reflexivity Nicki Sochacka, Joachim Walther, Lesley Jolly, Lydia Kavanagh

8. Learning Engineering in Teams:  Perspectives from Two Different Learning Theories Senay Purzer

46. Analysis of the Results of the Continuous Assessment in the Adaptation of the University to the European Higher Education Area Jorge Enrique Pérez-Martínez, María Jesús García-García, Wilmar Hernandez, María Jesús Villamide-Díaz

47. The Role of Prior Knowledge on the Origin and Repair of Misconceptions in an Introductory Class on Materials Science and Engineering Stephen Krause

75.  Changing Student’s Perceptions of Self and Peer Assessment Keith Willey, Anne Gardner

82. The Relationship Between Academic Self-Confidence and Cognitive Performance Among Engineering Students Maizam Alias, Nurul Aini Hafizah Mohd Hafir

15. Problem Identification During Model-Eliciting Activities: Characterization of First-Year Students’ Responses Heidi Diefes-Dux, Amani Salim

76. Self and Peer Assessment: A Necessary Ingredient in Developing and Tracking Students’ Graduate Attributes Keith Willey, Anne Gardner

69. An Adaptive Response Model to Predict Emergent Engineering Education System Properties Nadia Kellam, Joachim Walther, David Gattie



83. Stakeholder Perceptions of Online Peer Mark Moderation in University Teamwork Peter Willmot, Keith Pond

10.30 – 11.00   Refreshments           Terrace

Session 6



11:00 – 12:30

Session 6A – Asking Different Questions

Arlington room;  Chair:

Session 6B – Growing Communities

Thetford Room;  Chair: Kaya Prpic

64. Investigating the Influences on the Development of Students’ Professional Identity as an Engineer Llewellyn Mann, Fons Nouwens, Prue Howard, Fae Martin

53. Engineering Education Research: Creating an Environment for Action Robin Clark

92. Changing the Question Changes the Conversation: Qualitative Research Methods, Ethnography, and the Transformation of Engineering Education Catherine Becker, Rick Evans

84. Building a Community of Scholars Juliana Prpic Prpic, Roger Hadgraft



85. Establishing and Supporting Educational Research in Engineering from a Local and National Perspective Carol Arlett, Adam Crawford, Sue Moran-Garcia, Liz Willis



30. Identifying Opportunities for Multinational Collaborations in Engineering Education Research Kacey Beddoes, Maura Borrego, Brent Jesiek

12:30 – 12:45  Summary & Close                Arlington Room

12.45 – 14.00   Lunch                        Terrace


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