The Evaluation and Requirement of the Teamwork and Problem-Based Design Projects in Metallurgical and Materials Engineering Education

Ayse Kiliç, Ismail Yilmaz Taptik

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Abstract

Taking into account the developments in world`s
engineering education and also technological and
industrial progresses, the embedment and deployment
of the team work and problem-based design projects in
the undergraduate education of the Metallurgical and
Materials Engineering become leading prerequisite for
keeping up the future. This situation has a vital
importance and meaning in adaptation to the current
trends. Material-process selection via the problem
solving approach, final product design and innovation
concept come into prominence at the core of the
changing education perception. On the other hand, for
achieving integration between the contents of the
whole lectures, there are specific case studies which
give an opportunity to the students to work as a team
both for seeking solutions and effective parameters and
also for learning material/proses selection and design
stages. This provides opportunity for improving
project-based interdisciplinary working skills of the
students. It is also possible to exemplify how to convey
the scientific knowledge to the application and to
provide an interrelation with industry. In this study, it
is asserted that education should be structured with
problem-based approach and design projects. Also the
factors affecting the learning and teaching techniques
are examined from the point of students and
academicians.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationInternational Metallurgy & Materials Congress
PublisherInternational Metallurgy & Materials Congress
Pages1087-1090
Publication statusPublished - 2016
Externally publishedYes

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