CEEA2019: Ottawa, Canada CEEA2019: Ottawa, Canada [email protected] Professional Practice and Career Development How to Teach the Unteachable? Brainstorming the Concept of Composite Professional The ideal engineer is a composite, not a scientist, not a mathematician, not a sociologist or a writer; but may use the knowledge and techniques of any or all of these disciplines in solving engineering problems. Nathan W. Dougherty

The Goal! Centered on Education Plan for Teaching Professional Practice in a Standalone Module or Embedded in another Module Lectures, Industry Guest Lectures, Cases, and Exams: 40% Professional, Ethical, Legal, and Leadership Practices. Communication and Reflective Practice. Practices of Innovation, Entrepreneurship, Safety and Sustainability in Design. Contemporary Practices in Management,

AI, and Career Development. Concepts Oriented Big Picture Idea Passive Learning Lectures, Reading, Demonstration Remembering and Understanding Reflection: 20% Portfolio of Project Requirement Topics

Project: 40% ++ Own Holistic Choice Define the Process Team Collaboration Work Problem Solving Skills Ethically Alligned Design Data Analysis and Interpretation Ethical and Professional Responsibility Project Management Risk Management Quality Assurance Communication Skills (Reading, Speaking, Writing, Listening)

Practice Oriented Outcome-based Education; Teacher as Facilitator Active Learning Discussion Group, Learn by Doing, Teach Others Applying, Analyzing, Evaluating, Creating Realizing Professionalism Its not the job you do; its how you do the job. Anonymous Professionalism, in the sense perceived in the quotation above, is more than doing a job; it is a key cluster of

social and ethical responsibility, commitment, knowledge and skills, and judgment in the sociologies of work, occupations, professions, and organizations. 4 Teaching Ethics in Engineering and Design How to develop the citizen and not just the engineer?

Morality and ethics are a central part of engineering education. However the subject is often taught with a broad brush with ill-defined learning outcomes. Normative ethics diffuses every aspect of engineering from design failure mode and effect analysis (DFMEA) and cost/benefit/risk analysis to professional responsibility in social environments to ethical and inclusive design. Ethics within engineering and design therefore extend much deeper than debating catastrophic cases but rather requires a more systematic approach to its delivery and assessment. The QUESTION is how to develop the citizen and not just the engineer. This means not teaching pure knowledge only but how to use it. Why Teaching Engineering Ethics? Engineering ethics is as much a part of what engineers in

particular know as factors of safety, testing procedures, or ways to design for sustainability, reliability, durability, or economy. It is part of thinking like an engineer. Teaching engineering ethics is part of teaching engineering. One possible answer is the list of tragedies, disasters, and scandals in which engineers have been major players. What to Teach in Engineering Ethics? Microethics, Macroethics, Preventive, and Aspirational Ethics Stimulation of ethical imagination of students in order to improve ethical judgement and will-power considering the fact that engineering is not just a technical or theoretical

enterprise. Analysis of key ethical concepts and principles that are relevant to engineering such as public health and safety, quality, usefulness, efficiency, cost/risk/benefit analysis, environmental harm, truthfulness, loyalty, etc. How to Teach Engineering Ethics? By analyzing cases, not just disaster cases that make media news, but the kinds of cases that an engineer is more likely to face. By introducing engineering ethics into required courses. By passing out a code of ethics at the beginning of the term

and refer to it often enough during the term so that students get the idea it would be good to read it. Realizing Legal System Practice Legal system, in the sense perceived in the quotation, is not just about a set of laws, but goes beyond that to embrace morality, professionalism, codes of ethics, discipline, and rules of law.

Intellectual property law At the end of the day you are your own lawmaker. Bangambiki Habyarimana 9 Learning Leadership Practice Leadership, in the sense perceived in the quotation, integrates several traits as mutually-reinforcing

concepts. Leadership can be defined as collective of ethical actions which influence and direct the performance towards the achievement of common goals. Leadership consists not in degrees of technique but in traits of character. Lewis H. Lapham 10 Learning Communication Practice

The term communication refers to the various forms of listening, speaking, writing, and non-verbal cues. Effective communication occurs when a whole message is sent and completely received and understood. The most important thing in communication is hearing what isnt said. Peter Drucker

Learning Entrepreneurial Practice 12 Learning Safety in Design Practice Safety in design, in the sense perceived in the given quotation, is not a physical object, but a status in which danger is absent; its not just about designing for simpler, easier use and long-term economic benefits through

reduced production and maintenance costs, but for health and safety engaging standards and guidelines, change, remediation, and risk analysis. . At the end of the day, the goals are simple: safety and security. Jodi Rell 13 Learning Sustainablity Practice Quality is always sustainable. Thomas Sandell

Quality, in the sense perceived in the quotation above, is not just meant as the technical quality of a product but also the less tangible desirability of the product, the pleasure of use of the product, as well as the attachment of a user to the product. 14 Learning Project Management Practice

There is nothing permanent except change 15 Learning AI Practice As a technologist, I see how AI and the fourth Industrial Revolution will impact every aspect of peoples lives. Fei-Fei Li AI is not just about technology (acting), but about cognitive science (feeling) and computing

(thinking) as well as about all social, ethical, and legal impacts on humanity. 16 Learning the Changing Nature of Work If opportunity doesnt knock, build a door. Milton Berle Todays doors to digital world are changing mindsets and transforming the way people live, learn, and work

significantly. 17 How to Teach the Unteachable? By integrating the teaching of Professional Practice across the education spectrum instead of downgrading Professional Practice to a standalone module with little direct practical application. Thank You?

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