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Book Chapter

Publication Date

2015

Abstract

Over the course of their careers, engineers command a breadth and depth of knowledge from science, mathematics, society, politics, and economics that is needed for continuously updating their knowledge of the latest discoveries and advances. Driven by curiosity and enabled by rapid information technology, engineers are kept abreast of the latest advancements almost instantaneously. Today’s scientific knowledge is fluid and complex, yet these traits of engineering remain constant: the ability to define structure, plan, repeatedly evaluate, and align results to the initial objective. Engineering teachers need to facilitate their students’ ability to access information effectively and to apply it appropriately, as well as to foster a strong foundation in science and mathematics. Skill development in creativity, communication, and business acumen is the hallmark of an effective engineering education program and curriculum.

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The Handbook of Secondary Gifted Education: Chapter 15

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