A Review of Learning-by-Teaching for Engineering Educators


Learning-by-teaching is a pedagogical approach grossly underused in the education of engineers at all levels. The existing learning-by-teaching literature across all disciplines was reviewed with the intent of formally presenting this teaching method to engineering educators. The review defines learning-by-teaching, presents theoretical support for use, details the teaching process, and reports seminal work in a variety of contexts investigating the impacts on learning. The overall review is then discussed in terms of possible implications for engineering education.

Adam R. Carberry
Arizona State University
Mesa, AZ


Matthew W. Ohland
Purdue University
West Lafayette, IN

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