An Integrated Approach to Teach Metal Forming and Moulding as per New EHEA Framework

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The paradigm the new European Higher Education Area places us in together with the teaching/learning guidelines and models demands the teacher adapt his/her function considering new methods which locate the students in the centre of this process. In this context the experience of the subject ‘Advanced forming and moulding techniques’ taught in 5th course of the Industrial Engineering qualification at the Bilbao Engineering Faculty (UPV/EHU), is presented. This subject must be taken by students opting for intensification in Mechanical Manufacturing. The subject is taught over tour months with 30 students per group on average, where a methodology based on Scoring Rubrics was set up.

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M. Marcos

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1-7

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10.4028/www.scientific.net/MSF.625.1

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J. A. Sánchez et al., "An Integrated Approach to Teach Metal Forming and Moulding as per New EHEA Framework", Materials Science Forum, Vol. 625, pp. 1-7, 2009

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August 2009

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[1] Information on http: /www. bolonia-europar-espazioa. ehu. es.

[2] A. Mertler, C. Craig: Designing scoring rubrics for your classroom. Practical Assessment, Research & Evaluation (ERIC Clearinghouse 2001).

[3] J.A. Sánchez: notes for the subject Advanced forming and moulding techniques, Faculty of Engineering of Bilbao (2008).

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