Productively engaging student teams in engineering: The interplay between doing and thinking

  title={Productively engaging student teams in engineering: The interplay between doing and thinking},
  author={Milo D. Koretsky and Debra M. Gilbuena and Susan Bobbitt Nolen and Gavin Tierney and Simone E. Volet},
  journal={2014 IEEE Frontiers in Education Conference (FIE) Proceedings},
A comparative case study examined two teams for instances of Productive Disciplinary Engagement (PDE) as they completed a complex, virtual process development project. Discourse from team meetings was analyzed to interpret how engagement unfolds, specifically classifying engagement in two dimensions: School vs. Engineering World, and task co-production vs. knowledge co-construction. Teams were found to move back and forth between School World and Engineering World as different aspects of the… CONTINUE READING

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