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Practical Intelligence in Engineering Laboratory – PhD Pilot Instrument: Part 2 – Exploring the development of KNOW-HOW Instrument
(LAMBERT Academic Publishing, 2013-06-12)
Experience in an engineering laboratory is an important element for engineering students and likely to enhance engineering concepts, which they have learned theoretically. Although the aim of the laboratory is giving ...
Practical Intelligence in Engineering Laboratory – PhD Pilot Experiment: Part 3 – Exploring and Implementing Practical Intelligence Pilot Experiment.
(LAMBERT Academic Publishing, 2013-07-02)
Hands-on laboratory classes have always been valued for the practical experience gained by engineering and science students, but the value however, has not been so easy to quantify. Currently, in the evaluation of engineering ...
Practical Intelligence in Engineering Laboratory-PhD Research Proposal: Part 1 – Explore and propose research on Practical Intelligence
(LAMBERT Academic Publishing, 2013-05-31)
The word “unintentional” means, “which is not intended”: unintentional learning occurs when a person learns unconsciously or accidentally, without awareness or without being explicitly instructed or tutored. Unintentional ...
An evaluation of students’ practical intelligence and ability to diagnose equipment faults
(IGI Global, 2012)
Empirical studies suggest that practical intelligence acquired in engineering laboratories is valuable in engineering practice and could also be a useful learning outcome that is a result from a laboratory experience. To ...