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Teaching Interdisciplinary Collaboration: Learning Barriers and Classroom Strategies
Educators have known for some time that simply putting students in teams is not sufficient to teach teamwork; instead, students need explicit instruction and guidance in teaming to work effectively. A similar principle ...
Middle School Children's Thinking in Technology Education: A Review of Literature
(Council on Technology Teacher Education and the International Technology and Engineering Educators Association; Virginia Tech. Digital Library and Archives, 2009)
Self-Organizing Units in an Interdisciplinary Course for Pervasive Computing Design
We conducted a case study of a design course that focused on bringing together students from engineering, industrial design, and marketing to use pervasive computing technologies to design, coordinate, and build a “smart” ...