TELPhE Division Publications

Conference Proceedings:

Journal Issues: 
Philosophical and Educational Perspectives in Engineering and Technological Literacy
  • Volume 3 (2016)  John Heywood and Alan Cheville, in John Heywood, (Ed), Philosophical and Educational Perspectives in Engineering and Technological Literacy, Vol. 3, June 2016 (pdf download)
    1. Considering the engineering mindset-a response to “Does Engineering education Breed Terrorists?”, Stephen T. Frezza
    2. Responses from Alan Cheville and John Heywood
    3. Defining engineering and technological literacy, John Krupczak jr, John W. Blake, Kate. A Disney, Carl O. Hilgarth, Randy Libros, Mani Mina and Steven R. Walk
    4. The idea of a firm as a learning organization and its implications for learning-how-to learn, John Heywood
    5. Responses by John Krupczak jr, Mani Mina, John Blake and Alan Cheville
    6. Non Nova, Sed Nove Part II: John Macmurray and Engineering Education, Alan Cheville
    7. John Dewey’s Philosophical Perspectives and Engineering Education, Mani Mina
  • Volume 2 (2015) John Heywood, (Ed) Philosophical and Educational Perspectives in Engineering and Technological Literacy, Vol. 2, June 2015
    1. Pragmatism, Practice, and Engineering, Russell Korte
    2. The Relevance and Significance of Deweyan Pragmatism for Engineering Education, Mani Mina and Iraj Omidvar
    3. Engineering Insight. The Philosophy of Bernard Lonergan Applied to Engineering, Stephen T. Frezza and David A. Nordquest
    4. Non Nova, Sed Nove Part I: John Macmurray and Engineering Education, Alan Cheville
        • Volume 1 (2014John Heywood and Alan Cheville, in John Heywood, (Ed), Philosophical and Educational Perspectives in Engineering and Technological Literacy, Vol. 1, June 2014 (pdf download)
          1. Distinguishing Engineering and Technological Literacy, John Krupczak Jr, and John W. Blake
          2. Engineering and Philosophy, William Grimson
          3. Philosophy of Engineering as Propaedeutic for the Philosophy of Engineering Education, Jerry W. Gravander
          4. Abstract Thought in Engineering and Science:Theory and Design, Gregory Bassett and John Krupczak, Jr.
          5. Investigating the Role Teacher and Student Engineering Epistemological Beliefs Play in Engineering Education, Adam R. Carberry
          6. Social Justice Framings for Conversations on Engineering and Philosophy, Donna Riley
          7. Epilogue, John Heywood and Alan Cheville

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