The teacher of the new renaissance engineer must be able to draw on all of his or her possible resources, while inspiring students to do likewise. A somewhat pedestrian tabular method is proposed for analysing what skills and propensities are available or desirable and for managing their balanced embedding into the teaching activities. Also, to avoid the pitfall of intimidating students with the apparently massive renaissance-style demands, a method of camouflaging the learning tasks is outlined and briefly illustrated.
|Title of host publication||The Renaissance Engineer of Tomorrow, SEFI, 60 Rue de la Concorde, 1050 Brussels, Belgium|
|Publication status||Published - 2002|