Engineering education worldwide is continuously facing the challenge of the wide gap between theory and practice. The curriculum and its delivery, needs more attention in terms of stakeholders’ feedback to attain required competencies and program learning outcomes. Engineering curriculum is shifting towards more student-oriented approachs with greater social and societal relevance for Industry 4.0 challenges and skills. Moreover, a new generation of leaders/innovators in engineering, science and technology education that delivers integrated student-centered curricula at scale is vital.
The sudden strike of COVID-19 Pandemic to all humanity, showed the flexibility of most education systems around the world. This created opportunities to develop new techniques, methods, pedagogies in Engineering, Science and Technology education. The current and future directions and transformation going on in the world in the fields of Engineering, Science and Technology education should be recognized by the current and emerging leaders in academia for the purpose of continuous improvement and fulfillment of the 21st century requirements under the challenge to constrain the progress of engineering education.
The conference’s purpose is to connect academics and researchers from the fields of engineering, science and technology to share best practices and research findings and thereby take new knowledge and ideas to transform their own or institutional efforts in preparing students for the current and upcoming global challenges. The conference will address any topic within the conference scope. The conference is devoted to introduce innovations and solutions to engineering, science and technology education in general.
Sponsor Type:3; 9; 9
1- Belal Sababha-Chair, PSUT
2- Bassam Mahasneh, AAU
3- Esam Qaralleh, PSUT
4- Nidal Qasem, AAU,
5- Feras Alnaimat, AAU
6- Fadi Shahroury, PSUT
7- Mahmoud DarAssi, PSUT
Papers in all areas of engineering, science and technology education are invited.
Papers are solicited in, but not limited to, the following topics:
New teaching and learning methods and tools.
AI applications in education.
Engaging undergraduate students in research.
Active and collaborative learning and teaching.
Innovation in engineering, science and technology education.
Inductive learning, Project-based learning, Problem based learning.
Engineering, science and technology employability for the future
Future of engineering, science and technology education.
Engineering, science and technology curriculum development trends.
Employability for the future.
Effective practices in continuing education and lifelong learning.
Quality assurance in engineering, science and technology education.
AI applications in education and ITS (Intelligent Transportation Systems) education.
All papers must be in English and submitted in PDF format through EDAS.info (Please check the guideline posted on the left panel). Please comply with the following guidelines. In certain cases, non-compliance may lead to paper rejection, exclusion from publication, and/or corrective actions.
The paper must be formatted according to the IEEE Manuscript Templates for Conference Proceedings (posted on the left panel), have a minimum of 4 pages, and must not exceed 6 pages, including figures and references.
The paper must address at least one category specified in the Call for Papers.
IETSEC conducts a double-blind peer-review process. In submitting your manuscript for the review process, you must leave the author and affiliation section in the manuscript blank. Also, you must remove any information in the manuscript that refers to the author’s identity or affiliation (such as acknowledgments). Submissions not respecting the blind review requirements will be rejected.
IETSEC conducts a plagiarism check on all submitted papers. Plagiarism and self-plagiarism apply to all previously published work, irrespective of whether the other publication is inside or outside of IEEE.
Multiple submissions of the same paper or a paper with substantial overlap is not allowed. If the authors alert the program chair that a submitted paper is under review elsewhere (with either an IEEE or non-IEEE publication), they will be asked to withdraw other versions from consideration or withdraw the IETSEC paper. If the program chair is not alerted, a duplicate submission will be considered self-plagiarism and will be immediately rejected.
Each accepted paper is required to have at least one “Full Conference” (member or non-member) registration paid by 15 April, 2021, from one of the authors. Student or IEEE life member registrations will not be counted towards this requirement. For authors with multiple accepted papers, one full registration is valid for up to two papers.
Final Paper Deadline