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Case study: located pedagogical situations to improve global sustainable skills in engineering education and universities

Abstract : While the importance of moving towards sustainability rises up in public, the presence of strategies to achieve it, in engineering academic frameworks, hardly increase. In particular, tackling environmental, social and technical aspects in conjunct ways remain difficult to teach in engineering education. The goal of this paper is to offer new engineering pedagogical strategies in order to address sustainable issues with a more global and integrated vision. An experiment of a pedagogical situation anchored into society will be presented and analysed thanks to sustainable skills defined by different institutions.
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Lou Grimal, Pauline Marty, Santiago Perez, Nadège Troussier, Catherine Perpignan, et al.. Case study: located pedagogical situations to improve global sustainable skills in engineering education and universities. 27th CIRP Life Cycle Engineering Conference, May 2020, Grenoble, France. ⟨10.1016/j.procir.2020.02.136⟩. ⟨hal-02935661⟩

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