학술지공학교육연구22권 1호 55~60p / 2019년 01월
This paper deals with the process and requirements of a capstone design project performed by undergraduate students. We discuss about
the preliminary study for the capstone design, the derivation of a subject, the level descriptor of the subject, and the system requirements.
And then, we summarize the results of the capstone design project entitled as Microsoft Azure based IoT (Internet of Things) system
which is performed by 4 undergraduate students during 10 months. This system is composed of a Zigbee sensor network, the TCP/IP
Internet, an IoT server, and a smartphone application program, with which we can gather the sensor data and control actuators at the
far away area.
학술지공학교육연구22권 1호 48~54p / 2019년 01월
This study examined the effects of free writing in writing class targeted for engineering students on their writing skills. To assess the
effects, we have asked 100 engineering students from writing class to write free writing, classifying them as the test group(N=50) and
the control group(N=50). We have also compared their learning effect, their writing ability, and learning satisfaction via pre and post
intervention surveys. The results showed higher change in learning effect, interest in writing, learning attitude, writing ability, learning
satisfaction in the test group compared to the control group. This positive change proves that free writing is a significant teaching
method in writing class for engineering and science students.
학술지공학교육연구22권 1호 39~47p / 2019년 01월
This study aims to suggest a model and instructional strategies for a flipped classroom using First Principles of Instruction in engineering
education in order to organize teaching and learning activities in a flipped classroom. For this purpose, the authors analyzed the literature
on the flipped classroom in engineering education and on applying First Principles of Instruction in designing flipped classroom. Then,
a framework of flipped classroom employing First Principles of Instruction and instructional strategies were suggested. Two experts
examined the validity of the model and of the instructional strategies, and the final version was completed reflecting on those feedback.
Since engineering education aims to teach procedural knowledge as well as conceptual knowledge, different instructional strategies upon
two types of knowledge were presented. The implication of our work is to illustrate the model and tactics for flipped classroom based
on the Merrill’s deeply rooted pedagogical approach. This study may contribute to practice in engineering education.
학술지공학교육연구22권 1호 29~38p / 2019년 01월
Integration is an important intellectual ability to reconfigure several separated elements into one unified form and to concisely and
categorically express them. In this paper, we classify the types of integration in C language, and propose a systematic and incremental
method to transform to better code based on the integration types. This transformation method could also be used as a means to improve
integrated thinking and efficiently learn C language, and will improve development ability in C programming or other language programming.
학술지공학교육연구22권 1호 22~28p / 2019년 01월
The purpose of this study is to develop instructional design model of flipped learning suitable for engineering education field and to
draw out effects and improvements by applying it to actual lessons for engineering college students. Literature review and case studies
were conducted to achieve the purpose of the study. For a case study, flipped learning was applied to 'creative problem solving methodology'
which is a liberal arts course of engineering college at D university in Gyeonggi–do. As a result of the literature review, the PARTNER
model was applied and weekly instructional guide was presented by each stage. In addition, the results of analysis on the reflection
journal showed that the students were more able to achieve the deepening learning stage through active participation in class than the
existing class, and found that they had a more challenging plan after the class.
학술지공학교육연구22권 1호 16~21p / 2019년 01월
This study deals with empathic concern in the age of the fourth industrial revolution. A study, investigating emotional and empathic
responses towards a situation of negative human-robot interaction, was conducted using mobile surveys and self-reports. In total, 116
subjects were recruited regardless of their disciplinary and demographic backgrounds. For data analysis, a mixed method was used.
Results show that people differ in emotional and empathic responses in human-robot interaction. This individual difference was influenced
by educational backgrounds and gender. Suggestions for engineering education were discussed.
학술지공학교육연구22권 1호 3~15p / 2019년 01월
In this study, we analyzed professors' performance of teaching in college of science and engineering from the perspective of the CHAT.
Two professors volunteered to participate in this study. Their syllabi were collected before the lectures, and their lectures were observed
and videotaped. Semi-structured interviews were conducted before and after their lectures. The CHAT components were classified into
‘subjects’, ‘objects’, ‘rules’, ‘communities’, ‘division of labor’, and ‘tools’. We extracted the content of six CHAT components from
the data and constructed the analysis framework based on the extracted contents. The analyses of the results revealed that both professors
had difficulties due to the contradictions among the components of subject, object, rules, and community in the activity system. Both
professors used various strategies to relieve the contradiction related to students’ ability, such as inviting students to participate in their
lecture. However the extent of providing opportunities to students to participate was different between two professors. Meanwhile, both
professors preferred to continue their own strategies, because they observed positive changes in students’ learning. In other words, the
success experiences of two professors influenced their performances of teaching. We discussed some suggestions to improve the quality
of the lecture in the college of science and engineering.