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Abstract

The paper describes an approach to engineering project work developed through guiding students in the project laboratory. The paper deals with how to help students define their technical purpose, instructional aims and project objectives and how to develop a project plan. It provides guidelines in terms of report writing and logbook requirements and how students are to evaluate their work. In practice, the approach developed has helped students develop self confidence in approaching project work for the first time. It enables them to work systematically towards given self determined objectives and to evaluate their work, to record their progress and finally to provide a prepared technical report on the work effected and its evaluation.
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1983

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Abstract

The paper describes an approach to engineering project work developed through guiding students in the project laboratory. The paper deals with how to help students define their technical purpose, instructional aims and project objectives and how to develop a project plan. It provides guidelines in terms of report writing and logbook requirements and how students are to evaluate their work. In practice, the approach developed has helped students develop self confidence in approaching project work for the first time. It enables them to work systematically towards given self determined objectives and to evaluate their work, to record their progress and finally to provide a prepared technical report on the work effected and its evaluation.

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Industry:
Other setting(s):
1983

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