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ICED Podcast - episode 2 --Emotions in education

ICED Podcast - episode 2 --Emotions in education

13min |12/04/2024|

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ICED Podcast - episode 2 --Emotions in education

ICED Podcast - episode 2 --Emotions in education

13min |12/04/2024|

351

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Contrary to common stereotypes, engineering education and practice are not purely rational activities. Emotions, just like cognition, play important roles in teaching, learning, and professional practice. Today, there is a nascent body of research exploring emotions in engineering education. Meet Dr. Roland Tormey, a senior scientist over at EPFL's College of Humanities in Switzerland. With a background in sociology, he's been diving into teacher education since the '90s. In ICED Podcast second episode, he'll be delving into his research on emotions within engineering studies.


Hébergé par Ausha. Visitez ausha.co/politique-de-confidentialite pour plus d'informations.

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Contrary to common stereotypes, engineering education and practice are not purely rational activities. Emotions, just like cognition, play important roles in teaching, learning, and professional practice. Today, there is a nascent body of research exploring emotions in engineering education. Meet Dr. Roland Tormey, a senior scientist over at EPFL's College of Humanities in Switzerland. With a background in sociology, he's been diving into teacher education since the '90s. In ICED Podcast second episode, he'll be delving into his research on emotions within engineering studies.


Hébergé par Ausha. Visitez ausha.co/politique-de-confidentialite pour plus d'informations.

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Contrary to common stereotypes, engineering education and practice are not purely rational activities. Emotions, just like cognition, play important roles in teaching, learning, and professional practice. Today, there is a nascent body of research exploring emotions in engineering education. Meet Dr. Roland Tormey, a senior scientist over at EPFL's College of Humanities in Switzerland. With a background in sociology, he's been diving into teacher education since the '90s. In ICED Podcast second episode, he'll be delving into his research on emotions within engineering studies.


Hébergé par Ausha. Visitez ausha.co/politique-de-confidentialite pour plus d'informations.

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Contrary to common stereotypes, engineering education and practice are not purely rational activities. Emotions, just like cognition, play important roles in teaching, learning, and professional practice. Today, there is a nascent body of research exploring emotions in engineering education. Meet Dr. Roland Tormey, a senior scientist over at EPFL's College of Humanities in Switzerland. With a background in sociology, he's been diving into teacher education since the '90s. In ICED Podcast second episode, he'll be delving into his research on emotions within engineering studies.


Hébergé par Ausha. Visitez ausha.co/politique-de-confidentialite pour plus d'informations.

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