UM PROJETO INTERDISCIPLINAR NO CURSO DE ENGENHARIA DE CONTROLE E AUTOMAÇÃO

Bene Régis Figueiredo, Tatiane Policário Chagas Amorim

Abstract


DOI: 10.14684/intertech.13.2014.247-251

This paper aims to report the academic experience of the teachers of the Course Control Engineering and Automation in interdisciplinary activities. Awaken the student to the process of learning theoretical and practical characteristic of professional reality. Create a culture of "learning to learn". Teaching activities involving the disciplines of electrical circuits and electronics led to technical debates, discussions, exercises, labs and presentations of practical applications. The results are breaks barriers between disciplines and construction of the link between knowledge of various areas of engineering. Consolidating learning in projects with practical applications, both in academia and in professional activities for the future engineer. This experience reflected in subsequent periods of the course, as the student begins to manipulate information fragmented to transform them into new knowledge, reflecting the maturity to integrate information from each discipline.

Index Terms - Engineering Education, Interdisciplinarity, Project Practice.


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