Towards success in higher education in engineering and technology : a coaching approach to develop holistic graduates
Silva, Pujitha & Yarlagadda, Prasad K. (2012) Towards success in higher education in engineering and technology : a coaching approach to develop holistic graduates. In Conference Proceedings of 2nd Annual Material Science, Metal & Manufacturing Conference (M3 2012), Global Science and Technology Forum (GSTF), Singapore, pp. 166-170.
There is a growing gap between engineering practice and engineering education that may be contributing to less engineers practicing in industry. Coaching approach to learning and teaching has been proven to be an effective way to develop people in the workplace. A pilot coaching program is offered to Engineering and Technology students in Queensland University of Technology to enable holistic growth in order to better integrate them to the work force and society at large. The results and findings of this program will be published once the program has been completed
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