Designing Interdisciplinary Interactive Work: Basic Sciences in Engineering Education

By Alicia M. Tinnirello, Eduardo A. Gago and Monica B. Dadamo.

Published by The Social Sciences Collection

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The engineering analysis work is based on a design and planning computer aided system. It is important to create a space at the higher education system where a set of activities and communicational expressions are developed as the fundamental line of the educational process. It will organise theoretical and practical activities where students perform technological applications to the topics developed in the class, linking the themes of the subject, in different subjects of the same or different levels of the area, as well as with other disciplines through solving projects whose complexity is conditioned only by the basic knowledge that students have. Teaching strategies are established based on different practical activities without neglecting the theoretical foundation, with a multidisciplinary approach. In this paper project based learning in engineering mathematics is exemplified on the basis of students’ projects carried out at the basic sciences computer laboratory.

Keywords: Technology, Applications, Mathematics, Interdisciplinary, Learning by Project

International Journal of Interdisciplinary Social Sciences, Volume 5, Issue 3, pp.331-344. Article: Print (Spiral Bound). Article: Electronic (PDF File; 1.190MB).

Prof. Alicia M. Tinnirello

Director, Multidisciplinary Laboratory of Basic Sciences, Universidad Tecnológica Nacional Facultad Regional Rosario, Rosario, Santa Fe, Argentina

Research Project Manager in Applied Sciences and professor in the subject Advance Calculus in Mechanical Engineering.Graduate in Chemical Engineering and Postgraduate in Quality Engineering, Thesis: Statistical Process Control by Stochastic Dynamic Models in Chemical Process.Recent publications in Journals and books : Spectral Vibration Patterns by Symbolic Computation System, Predictive Models to Monitor Feedwater Boiler in Steam Turbines,Spectral Models for the Analysis of Mechanical Failures.

Eduardo A. Gago

Assistant Professor, Basic Sciences Computer Laboratory, Universidad Tecnológica Nacional Facultad Regional Rosario, Santa Fe, Argentina

Member of Research Projects in Applied Science and professor in the subject Advance Calculus and Algebra and Analytic Geometry. Graduate in Chemical Engineering and Postgraduate in Specialist in University Teaching. Recent publications in Journals and books: Predictive Models to Monitor Feedwater Boiler in Steam Turbines, Spectral Models for the Analysis of Mechanical Failures.

Monica B. Dadamo

Assistant Professor, Basic Sciences Computer Laboratory, Universidad Tecnológica Nacional Facultad Regional Rosario, Santa Fe, Argentina

Member of Research Projects in Applied Science and developer workshops in Calculus, Algebra and Analytic Geometry. Graduate in Chemical Engineering and Postgraduate in Specialist in University Teaching. Recent publications in Journals and books: Predictive Models to Monitor Feedwater Boiler in Steam Turbines, Spectral Models for the Analysis of Mechanical Failures.

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