4TU.Centre for Engineering Education

Innovating engineering education for tomorrow’s engineer.
4TU Delft
4TU Eindhoven
4TU Twente
4TU Wageningen

Latest updates

CEE events
SEFI2020 Conference
SEFI2020 Conference
Engaging a growing group of young people to embark on an engineering career is what we aim for. We share our passion to make the best of engineering education. By nature we engage with society, designing new solutions and helping to solve complex problems. New interdisciplinary opportunities arise when engaging with other domains. Engagement of businesses and organisations helps to prepare our students for their future career. 
Sunday 20 September 2020
Innovation map
Innovation map
Innovation map
4TU.CEE focuses on 7 theme research areas within the engineering education field. The innovation map shows an overview of these key areas.
News
First certified learning assistants at the UT
First certified learning assistants at the UT
The University of Twente has done a successful pilot with new and more extended didactical training for Learning Assistants (LAs): students who are formally involved in other students’ learning processes. Student-assistants have sufficient content expertise but many can improve on didactical skills according to UT students. They requested to spend part of the ‘Kwaliteitsgelden’ on more extended training, which was assigned to them. The new LA trajectory (28 hours, 1 EC) is spread over two quartiles. It focuses on didactical principles and didactical reasoning and prepares LAs for their current tasks as well as for other LA tasks they might get in the future. ’During the pilot we noticed that students really learn to look at education differently, from the perspective of the teacher. That is exactly the effect we wanted to achieve’, says Ineke ten Dam of 4TU.CEE who, together with Marieke van Geel, is responsible for the pilot. The first three LA’s received their certificate from the rector last week.
Monday 13 July 2020
4TU.CEE in the media
4TU.CEE in the media
4TU.CEE in the media
A selection of articles about the Centre for Engineering Education

Publications

4TU.Centre for Engineering Education

Latest updates

CEE events
SEFI2020 Conference
SEFI2020 Conference
Engaging a growing group of young people to embark on an engineering career is what we aim for. We share our passion to make the best of engineering education. By nature we engage with society, designing new solutions and helping to solve complex problems. New interdisciplinary opportunities arise when engaging with other domains. Engagement of businesses and organisations helps to prepare our students for their future career. 
Sunday 20 September 2020
Innovation map
Innovation map
Innovation map
4TU.CEE focuses on 7 theme research areas within the engineering education field. The innovation map shows an overview of these key areas.
News
First certified learning assistants at the UT
First certified learning assistants at the UT
The University of Twente has done a successful pilot with new and more extended didactical training for Learning Assistants (LAs): students who are formally involved in other students’ learning processes. Student-assistants have sufficient content expertise but many can improve on didactical skills according to UT students. They requested to spend part of the ‘Kwaliteitsgelden’ on more extended training, which was assigned to them. The new LA trajectory (28 hours, 1 EC) is spread over two quartiles. It focuses on didactical principles and didactical reasoning and prepares LAs for their current tasks as well as for other LA tasks they might get in the future. ’During the pilot we noticed that students really learn to look at education differently, from the perspective of the teacher. That is exactly the effect we wanted to achieve’, says Ineke ten Dam of 4TU.CEE who, together with Marieke van Geel, is responsible for the pilot. The first three LA’s received their certificate from the rector last week.
Monday 13 July 2020
4TU.CEE in the media
4TU.CEE in the media
4TU.CEE in the media
A selection of articles about the Centre for Engineering Education

Publications