Innovations of Renate Klaassen
R.G. (Renate) KlaassenR.G.Klaassen@tudelft.nl
Collaborative Design Lab for Education and Learning
TU Delft invests in Collaborative Design Labs for Education purposes, allowing for concurrent and integrated product development activities in virtual learning environments. A PhD and teaching support are appointed to deliver empirical evidence for effects of these Labs.
Comparing Bachelor Curriculum Innovations at the three technical universities
In 2010, a nationwide discussion took place about the profiling of universities in the Netherlands. The discussion was instigated by the report from the committee ‘Toekomstbestendig Hoger Onderwijs Stelsel’ (Veerman, 2010). Around the same time, the Ministry of Education, Culture and Science (OC&W) was developing plans for making performance agreements with all institutions of Higher Education in…
Effectiveness of Rubrics in the Master of Architecture
Master students of Architecture at TU Delft choose a master studio for their graduation, in which they complete design assignments working towards a final graduation project. A grading rubric was created to make the assessment of these master designs as objective as possible.
Interdisciplinary Engineering Education
With the more complex society challenges, interdisciplinary education is a means to face these challenges. This research was carried out to provide guidelines on how to build interdisciplinary engineering curricula at TU Delft.
Joint Interdisciplinary Project (JIP)
In JIP, 2nd year master students work for 10 weeks in a professional and interdisciplinary environment. Teams are interdisciplinary and solve technical/innovation challenges provided by companies/ semi-governmental organisations and are guided by a company and academic coach.
Maker Spaces and Learning
The 22 maker spaces of TU Delft - spaces, were making and reflecting on the process of making and its results happen - were investigated: how do makerspaces offer pre-conditions for learning and to what extent do they contribute to student learning outcomes?
New education design for universities using 18 months of pandemic experiences
The 4TU are transforming programme and course designs geared towards flexible interdisciplinary educational ecosystems. This project offers advice for that based on the transition to online education during the first 18 months of the pandemic.
Perceptions of teacher support, basic needs, motivation, academic performance and drop-outs
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.
State of education of four key engineering approaches at the TU Delft
The 4TU.CEE strategic agenda of 2022-2025 prioritizes the following engineering education themes: Digital skills & computational thinking, Ethics & responsible engineering, Challenge-based education, and Entrepreneurial engineering education.
The University of Tomorrow and Future Roles of Engineers
The Reframing Studio and the 4TU.CEE at TU Delft developed a concept for the future university and the future roles of engineers in and beyond education and tested in real life contexts.
The Values and Risks of Emerging Technologies for Higher Engineering Education
This project aims to develop a reader on the values and risks of emerging technologies in Higher Engineering Education. Our knowledge should be deepend on the consequences of datafication for learning and teaching to claim ownership and involvement in educational innovation.