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SASEE Workshops 12 July 2022

Exciting news, colleagues! One day of in-person workshops virtually connected across the country! Three workshops with connected themes: 1. Assessment for accreditation (Facilitators: Prof Brandon Collier-Reed and Prof Maggie Chetty) 2. Facilitating active, experiential learning in your classroom (Facilitators: Dr Helen Inglis and Dr Lelanie Smith) 3. Engineering Education Research: reflective and responsive practice (Facilitators:…

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SJEE Call for Papers

Dear Engineering Education Colleagues, Southern Journal of Engineering Education (SJEE) Special Issue Call for papers: Engineering ecosystems and the development of engineering skills in Africa Overview Engineering education does not exist in a vacuum. As a professional field of study, it operates in a dynamic relationship with educational institutions, industry and the makers of policy…

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SASEE 2022 Conference postponed

Dear engineering education colleagues Our goal for SASEE2022 was to bring you, our community, together to engage about engineering research and practice. The past two years have seriously impacted how we work as engineering educators and our plan was to provide the space for us all to reconnect with each other in a stimulating environment.…

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SASEE Symposium to launch the Southern Journal of Engineering Education

SASEE Symposium to launch the Southern Journal of Engineering Education On behalf of the South African Society of Engineering Education (SASEE), we are pleased to announce the launch of our official research journal, the Southern Journal of Engineering Education (SJEE). Friday, 23 July 2021, starting at 09h30 GMT+2. To learn more about the focus of…

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SASEE 2021 Conference

SASEE is excited to shortly be bringing you news of the 2021 Biennial Conference. Watch this space!

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Emergency Remote Teaching in Engineering Education

Background With South African COVID-19 infections currently 10th largest in the world and the highest in Africa, and having had of the most stringent lock-down regulations, engineering education across the Higher Education spectrum has faced significant challenges in the move to Emergency Remote Teaching (ERT). Given that engineering (and its related fields) plays a vital…

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SASEE Research Grant Winners

Congratulations to the winners of the 2019 SASEE research grant for the following proposed projects: Dr Lelanie Smith from Pretoria University (with Drs Nadia Trent and Aida Guerra) for ‘Investigation of the impact of a co-curricular vertically integrated design project to develop innovative attitudes in engineering students’ Liezle Boshoff from Cape Peninsula University of Technology…

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