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Design and implementation of teaching and learning activities in a ship resistance and propulsion classroom

Liu, P ORCID: 0000-0003-2158-5442 and Xu, Yiyi 2018 , 'Design and implementation of teaching and learning activities in a ship resistance and propulsion classroom' , Global Journal of Engineering Education (Online), vol. 20, no. 2 , pp. 114-119 .

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Abstract

Teaching and learning ship resistance and propulsion for undergraduates in maritime engineering are a continuing challenge to students’ understanding and skill development due to the many concepts and definitions needed to achieve the intended learning outcomes (ILOs). The first task of the work undertaken by the authors, in the Australian Maritime College at the University of Tasmania, was to identify the teaching content and integrate the relevant concepts and definitions for understanding and skill development. This integration was then fulfilled by design and implementation of an in-class teaching and learning activity. Based on the formative assessment of the in-class activity, it has been demonstrated that the ILOs were aligned and achieved successfully.

Item Type: Article
Authors/Creators:Liu, P and Xu, Yiyi
Keywords: intended learning outcome (ILO), teaching and learning activity (TLA) design and implementation, assessment task (AT) design and implementation, maritime engineering teaching and learning
Journal or Publication Title: Global Journal of Engineering Education (Online)
Publisher: World Institute for Engineering and Technology Education
ISSN: 1328-3154
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