Part of the
4TU.
Centre for
Engineering Education
TU DelftTU EindhovenUniversity of TwenteWageningen University
4TU.
Centre for
Engineering Education
Close

4TU.Federation

+31(0)6 48 27 55 61

projectleider@4tu.nl

Website: 4TU.nl

Innovation Map
The Innovation Map provides information on education innovation projects at the four technical universities in the Netherlands. including access to tools, research results, promising practices and much more. Get inspired, join the community and upload your own project(s).
Jacqueline Wong
View all persons

Innovations of Jacqueline Wong

L.Y.J. (Jacqueline) Wong
Enhancing the interactivity and effectiveness of learning from online videos
Course LevelBScEvidence BasedArticle (research paper)Including practical outcomeDelft University of Technology
Created: 15/10/2020
Modified: 21/10/2021
Videos are a common instructional delivery method in blended/online learning environments. The effectiveness of them on learning is debated. The effect of facilitating self-monitoring of learning and use of effective learning strategies when learning from videos, is examined.
ICT enhanced engineering education
Perceptions of teacher support, basic needs, motivation, academic performance and drop-outs
Course LevelBScInformative without practical outcomeDelft University of Technology
Created: 15/10/2020
Modified: 21/10/2021
In PRIME, research is done into the methods used in the education, in the 1st year Bachelor calculus course of computer science. We study the effect of gender in perception of teacher support and consequences thereof on basic needs, satisfaction, motivation and drop-outs.
ICT enhanced engineering education
Student Engagement in Blended Service Mathematics Courses
Course LevelBScEvidence BasedArticle (research paper)Including practical outcomeDelft University of Technology
Created: 26/10/2021
Modified: 10/11/2021
In this project student engagement will be investigated in service mathematics courses for engineering students. The purpose is to examine how student engagement can be defined, assessed, and supported in a blended learning context.
Supporting study strategies in PRIME: Are students self-regulated?
Above curriculumBScArticle (research paper)Informative without practical outcomeDelft University of Technology
Created: 26/10/2020
Modified: 21/10/2021
Blended and online learning offer students the flexibility of time and space to study. Many students are using study strategies that are not effective. It is important to examine their study strategies and support them with those that optimize their study time.
ICT enhanced engineering education