Corpus ID: 10342787

Reframing Professional Development : A Systems Approach to Preparing Engineering Educators to Educate Tomorrow ’ s Engineers

@inproceedings{Vest1970ReframingPD,
  title={Reframing Professional Development : A Systems Approach to Preparing Engineering Educators to Educate Tomorrow ’ s Engineers},
  author={Charles M. Vest},
  year={1970}
}
The engineering workforce of tomorrow, and indeed that of today, will face profound new challenges. Every day the men and women of this workforce will face the stress of competing in the fast-paced world of change we call the knowledge-based global economy of the twenty-first century. They will also face even larger challenges because the nation and world will need to call on them to seize opportunities and solve global problems of unprecedented scope and scale. The United States has long been… Expand
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