Diana Adela Martin
Dublin Institute of Technology
Gender studiesConstructivism (philosophy of education)Control reconfigurationSociotechnical systemVariety (cybernetics)ArtSociologyPsychologyExperiential educationReligious studiesConstructivist teaching methodsPower (social and political)WaistLegislationMacroethicsCapstoneConsciousness raisingRaising (linguistics)Intervention (counseling)ContextualizationStakeholder engagementCase methodSocial dimensionCritical realistChallenge based learningEthics educationReal life dataEnvironmental educationSyllabusCurriculumProfessional ethicsEngineering educationHuman sexualityBusiness studiesEngineering ethicsApplied ethicsAccreditationSustainabilityGeorge (robot)Teaching methodLearning theoryPolitics
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Our contribution is part of a broader study conducted in cooperation with the national accreditation body Engineers Ireland that examined the conceptualisation and education of ethics in engineerin...
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#1Diana Adela MartinH-Index: 4
#2Eddie ConlonH-Index: 6
Last. Brian BoweH-Index: 9
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Our contribution aims to determine the main curricular themes employed in engineering ethics instruction. In the use of the term ‘curricular content", the study is guided by an understanding of curriculum in terms of the syllabus content of a specific discipline or set of units taught to students [1]. The research study has been conducted in cooperation with the national accrediting body Engineers Ireland and includes 23 Engineering programmes from 6 institutions in Ireland that underwent accred...
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#1Diana Adela Martin (DIT: Dublin Institute of Technology)H-Index: 4
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#1Gunter BombaertsH-Index: 7
#2Diana Adela Martin (DIT: Dublin Institute of Technology)H-Index: 4
ABSTRACTThe article aims to expand upon traditional case based instruction through role-play and to explore the effectiveness of the approach in raising students’ awareness of the social dimension ...
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#2Diana Adela Martin (DIT: Dublin Institute of Technology)H-Index: 4
#1Eddie ConlonH-Index: 6
#2Diana Adela MartinH-Index: 4
Last. Brian BoweH-Index: 9
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#1Diana Adela Martin (DIT: Dublin Institute of Technology)H-Index: 4
#2Edward Conlon (DIT: Dublin Institute of Technology)H-Index: 1
Last. Brian Bowe (DIT: Dublin Institute of Technology)H-Index: 9
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Our paper aims to explore the effectiveness of a constructivist approach to the teaching of engineering ethics through case studies, by putting forward a contextualization of the much discussed case study “Cutting Road Side Trees” [12] in light of the constructivist frame suggested by Jonassen [8]. First, we briefly analyse how the use of case studies for the teaching of engineering ethics eludes the complexity of the engineering professional environment before arguing that constructivism is a l...
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