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Presentation "Review of EHES (European Higher Education Space) in Spain including CS2013 Update" inside the Special panel session of Computing Education inside the IEEE TALE 2013 conference in Bali, Indonesia

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  • I’d like to start by stating three key points. These key points help to motivate the rest of the presentation. (advance slide) First, all engineering educators are working toward goal of helping students form a better future society. Engineering educators should continue their own education about teaching so that they constantly improve their teaching skills. High quality teaching empowers students. From EDUCON website “ modern learning approaches must account for social and cultural aspects as well as the individual’s profile including task and role-based aspects, interests, knowledge state, short-term learning objectives and long-term career goals.” (advance slide ) Second, the pace of technology growth has made the world a much smaller and interconnected place. Engineering students should be exposed to global social context so that they can gain an understanding of worldwide needs. ( advance slide) Finally, continuing education ensures lifelong growth of personal skills and social understanding. Engineering educators must also participate in continuing education so that they are best prepared for the challenges ahead. EDUCON is an excellent example of this. EdSoc is a great place to work on this.
  • I’d like to start by stating three key points. These key points help to motivate the rest of the presentation. (advance slide) First, all engineering educators are working toward goal of helping students form a better future society. Engineering educators should continue their own education about teaching so that they constantly improve their teaching skills. High quality teaching empowers students. From EDUCON website “ modern learning approaches must account for social and cultural aspects as well as the individual’s profile including task and role-based aspects, interests, knowledge state, short-term learning objectives and long-term career goals.” (advance slide ) Second, the pace of technology growth has made the world a much smaller and interconnected place. Engineering students should be exposed to global social context so that they can gain an understanding of worldwide needs. ( advance slide) Finally, continuing education ensures lifelong growth of personal skills and social understanding. Engineering educators must also participate in continuing education so that they are best prepared for the challenges ahead. EDUCON is an excellent example of this. EdSoc is a great place to work on this.
  • I’d like to start by stating three key points. These key points help to motivate the rest of the presentation. (advance slide) First, all engineering educators are working toward goal of helping students form a better future society. Engineering educators should continue their own education about teaching so that they constantly improve their teaching skills. High quality teaching empowers students. From EDUCON website “ modern learning approaches must account for social and cultural aspects as well as the individual’s profile including task and role-based aspects, interests, knowledge state, short-term learning objectives and long-term career goals.” (advance slide ) Second, the pace of technology growth has made the world a much smaller and interconnected place. Engineering students should be exposed to global social context so that they can gain an understanding of worldwide needs. ( advance slide) Finally, continuing education ensures lifelong growth of personal skills and social understanding. Engineering educators must also participate in continuing education so that they are best prepared for the challenges ahead. EDUCON is an excellent example of this. EdSoc is a great place to work on this.
  • I’d like to start by stating three key points. These key points help to motivate the rest of the presentation. (advance slide) First, all engineering educators are working toward goal of helping students form a better future society. Engineering educators should continue their own education about teaching so that they constantly improve their teaching skills. High quality teaching empowers students. From EDUCON website “ modern learning approaches must account for social and cultural aspects as well as the individual’s profile including task and role-based aspects, interests, knowledge state, short-term learning objectives and long-term career goals.” (advance slide ) Second, the pace of technology growth has made the world a much smaller and interconnected place. Engineering students should be exposed to global social context so that they can gain an understanding of worldwide needs. ( advance slide) Finally, continuing education ensures lifelong growth of personal skills and social understanding. Engineering educators must also participate in continuing education so that they are best prepared for the challenges ahead. EDUCON is an excellent example of this. EdSoc is a great place to work on this.
  • I’d like to start by stating three key points. These key points help to motivate the rest of the presentation. (advance slide) First, all engineering educators are working toward goal of helping students form a better future society. Engineering educators should continue their own education about teaching so that they constantly improve their teaching skills. High quality teaching empowers students. From EDUCON website “ modern learning approaches must account for social and cultural aspects as well as the individual’s profile including task and role-based aspects, interests, knowledge state, short-term learning objectives and long-term career goals.” (advance slide ) Second, the pace of technology growth has made the world a much smaller and interconnected place. Engineering students should be exposed to global social context so that they can gain an understanding of worldwide needs. ( advance slide) Finally, continuing education ensures lifelong growth of personal skills and social understanding. Engineering educators must also participate in continuing education so that they are best prepared for the challenges ahead. EDUCON is an excellent example of this. EdSoc is a great place to work on this.
  • I’d like to start by stating three key points. These key points help to motivate the rest of the presentation. (advance slide) First, all engineering educators are working toward goal of helping students form a better future society. Engineering educators should continue their own education about teaching so that they constantly improve their teaching skills. High quality teaching empowers students. From EDUCON website “ modern learning approaches must account for social and cultural aspects as well as the individual’s profile including task and role-based aspects, interests, knowledge state, short-term learning objectives and long-term career goals.” (advance slide ) Second, the pace of technology growth has made the world a much smaller and interconnected place. Engineering students should be exposed to global social context so that they can gain an understanding of worldwide needs. ( advance slide) Finally, continuing education ensures lifelong growth of personal skills and social understanding. Engineering educators must also participate in continuing education so that they are best prepared for the challenges ahead. EDUCON is an excellent example of this. EdSoc is a great place to work on this.
  • I’d like to start by stating three key points. These key points help to motivate the rest of the presentation. (advance slide) First, all engineering educators are working toward goal of helping students form a better future society. Engineering educators should continue their own education about teaching so that they constantly improve their teaching skills. High quality teaching empowers students. From EDUCON website “ modern learning approaches must account for social and cultural aspects as well as the individual’s profile including task and role-based aspects, interests, knowledge state, short-term learning objectives and long-term career goals.” (advance slide ) Second, the pace of technology growth has made the world a much smaller and interconnected place. Engineering students should be exposed to global social context so that they can gain an understanding of worldwide needs. ( advance slide) Finally, continuing education ensures lifelong growth of personal skills and social understanding. Engineering educators must also participate in continuing education so that they are best prepared for the challenges ahead. EDUCON is an excellent example of this. EdSoc is a great place to work on this.
  • I’d like to start by stating three key points. These key points help to motivate the rest of the presentation. (advance slide) First, all engineering educators are working toward goal of helping students form a better future society. Engineering educators should continue their own education about teaching so that they constantly improve their teaching skills. High quality teaching empowers students. From EDUCON website “ modern learning approaches must account for social and cultural aspects as well as the individual’s profile including task and role-based aspects, interests, knowledge state, short-term learning objectives and long-term career goals.” (advance slide ) Second, the pace of technology growth has made the world a much smaller and interconnected place. Engineering students should be exposed to global social context so that they can gain an understanding of worldwide needs. ( advance slide) Finally, continuing education ensures lifelong growth of personal skills and social understanding. Engineering educators must also participate in continuing education so that they are best prepared for the challenges ahead. EDUCON is an excellent example of this. EdSoc is a great place to work on this.
  • I’d like to start by stating three key points. These key points help to motivate the rest of the presentation. (advance slide) First, all engineering educators are working toward goal of helping students form a better future society. Engineering educators should continue their own education about teaching so that they constantly improve their teaching skills. High quality teaching empowers students. From EDUCON website “ modern learning approaches must account for social and cultural aspects as well as the individual’s profile including task and role-based aspects, interests, knowledge state, short-term learning objectives and long-term career goals.” (advance slide ) Second, the pace of technology growth has made the world a much smaller and interconnected place. Engineering students should be exposed to global social context so that they can gain an understanding of worldwide needs. ( advance slide) Finally, continuing education ensures lifelong growth of personal skills and social understanding. Engineering educators must also participate in continuing education so that they are best prepared for the challenges ahead. EDUCON is an excellent example of this. EdSoc is a great place to work on this.
  • Be sure to note some of the challenges engineering educations are facing worldwide. Include: Bologna process in Europe Wordwide accreditation bodies and skill set recognition Humanitarian work in developing countries Technical literacy in the internet era Population decline in developed countries and the shift toward smaller employee sets
  • Ppt tale ieee 2013 spec_comp_eng

    1. 1. Review of EHES (European Higher Education Space) in Spain including CS2013 Update 1
    2. 2. Manuel Castro, Ph.D. IEEE Fellow President, IEEE Education Society Professor of Electrical Engineering UNED, Madrid, Spain SPECIAL SESSION on Computing Education Presentation given to TALE 2013, Bali, Indonesia August 2013
    3. 3. IEEE Education Society – Special Session on Computing Education  Europe is changing but the change today is not as expected  Some results of the implementation of the European Higher Education Space like homogenization are not going ok  We have degrees of 3 or 4 years  Masters of 1 or 2 years  BUT we have mobility of students  AND problems in the mobility of professionals 3
    4. 4. IEEE Education Society – Special Session on Computing Education  And the worst is some Education Policy people is thinking about change again http://www.taringa.net/posts/imagenes/14140072/... …Si-te-gustan-los-simpsons-entra-imagenes-de-peliculas.html  We are now finishing the change maintaining in parallel the old system and the new one (with the same staff) 4
    5. 5. IEEE Education Society – Special Session on Computing Education  And in Spain we have an unsolved problem of competences inside the Computer Engineering  Industrial Engineers (we include there the Electrical and Electronics under this umbrella Engineering as well as Management) and Communications Engineers have assigned major part of the Computer Engineering competences (mainly Communications Engineering under the software development) 5
    6. 6. IEEE Education Society – Special Session on Computing Education  And we are waiting for a political solution  Computer Engineering now in Spain is generally assigned to Engineering and Technical Universities, but at the beginning they come from Computer Science (from Physics Faculties) 6
    7. 7. IEEE Education Society – Special Session on Computing Education  Some Universities are starting the accreditation under the ABET scenario (we in Spain has mandatory accreditation under the ANECA Spanish agency as part of the European ENQA agency)  But now the Computer Engineers do not have real practical competences (as in Spain only the real competences are for projects under economic responsibility and software one did not) 7
    8. 8. IEEE Education Society – Special Session on Computing Education  In the new degrees structure of the EHEA we have in Computer Engineering: ◦ Grade in Computer Engineering  Oriented to software management (as old 3 years title) ◦ Grade in Information Technology Engineering  Oriented to systems management (as old 3 years title)  ACM curricula and recommendations used for the organization 8
    9. 9. IEEE Education Society – Special Session on Computing Education  Grade in Computer Engineering ◦ 240 ECTS total (4 years)  all subjects 6 ECTS (two terms/year) ◦ 60 ECTS of basic engineering subjects ◦ 132 ECTS of mandatory computer subjects ◦ 28 ECTS elective subjects ◦ 18 ECTS in the Term-project  Minor differences (6 ECTS less in elective) in Grade in Information Technology Engineering 9
    10. 10. IEEE Education Society – Special Session on Computing Education  And we did both degrees at UNED using Distance Learning  And of course, face-to-face Tutors  As well as part of face-to-face practical work  And some part of automated practical work  The view inside CS 2013 of Computing resources, Teaching Faculty, Undergraduate Teaching Assistants and Online Learning are maintained now 10
    11. 11. IEEE Education Society – Special Session on Computing Education  To conclude, major problems now arise in the non definition and non assignment of the professional competences (in Spain) to the Computer Engineering professionals  Changes in subjects, updating some or eliminating may be assumed and implemented  ALL public Engineering Faculties in Spain mix research and teaching, and some private one are more oriented to teaching only 11
    12. 12. IEEE Education Society – Special Session on Computing Education http://www.ieee.org/edsoc/ 12 mcastro@ieec.uned.es http://www.slideshare.net/mmmcastro/

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