From the Editor

ABSTRACT

With this second issue of Advances in Engineering Education, we have attempted to demonstrate the wide breadth of subject areas that encompass engineering education and that we are interested in presenting to our readers. The five papers presented here include two examples of virtual reality; a middle school design module as part of the national Future Cities Competition; a review paper that describes a promising new construct for engineering education—Model Eliciting Activities—originally developed by math education researchers; and a novel proof of a fundamental theorem for improving understanding and learning of electromagnetic fields principles that can be used directly in the classroom…

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Larry J. Shuman Editor Advances in Engineering Education Senior Associate Dean University of Pittsburgh shuman@pitt.edu

Larry J. Shuman
Editor
Advances in Engineering Education
Senior Associate Dean
University of Pittsburgh
shuman@pitt.edu

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