RCEE 2010 Session 2

Below are the papers presented during Session 2.
Papers can be downloaded by clicking on the link provided.

  1. Concurrent Engineering A New Approach for Sustainable Technical Education
  2. E-Learning Technology for Problem-Based Learning Technique An Introduction of Requirements Elicitation Model
  3. Innovative Problem Based Learning Approach for Science and Engineering Education
  4. Integrating Animated Pedagogical Agent (APA) into Problem Based Learning (PBL) Approach
  5. Peer Instructions to Improve Active Learnin
  6. Brave New World for University Educators Effects of Pedagogical Training on teaching at higher education level
  7. Women and Skills Training Gender Imparity in Technical Fields
  8. Motivating Engineering Lecturers to conduct action research
  9. Scientific skills among pre-service Science teachers at Universiti Teknologi malaysia
  10. The Correlationship between the performance of Students and the Commitment of Faculty Members of Faculty Members in an Institution of Higher Learned – A Pilot Study
  11. A Distributed Learning & Teaching Environment across Institutions based on Advanced Grid Portal Technology
  12. A Review on Enhancing the Teaching and Learning of Thermodynamics
  13. E-Learning Environment for Malaysian Technical & Vocational Education (TVE) Students
  14. Virtualization Technology in Teaching Information Technology Security
  15. Engineering Mathematics Obstacles and Improvement a comparative study of students and lecturers approaches through creative problem solving
  16. Factors Affecting Students’ Change of Learning Behaviour Spatial Visualization Ability of Technical Students with Special Needs
  17. The Perception of Students on Mastering the level oh higher order thinking skills in technical education subjects
  18. Using a Computer Algebra System in Teaching and Learning of Ordinary Differential Equations among Engineering Technology Students
  19. Are Math-Oriented Critical Thinking Elements in Civil Engineering Workplace Problems Significant Insights from Preliminary Data and Analysis