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Type: Artigo
Title: Engineering education and the development of competencies for sustainability
Author: Goncalves Quelhas, Osvaldo Luiz
Alves Lima, Gilson Brito
Ludolf, Nicholas Van-Erven
Meirino, Marcelo Jasmim
Abreu, Chrystyane
Anholon, Rosley
Neto, Julio Vieira
Goulart Rodrigues, Leandro Silva
Abstract: This paper aims to deal with the skills for sustainable development in engineering courses. The main objective is to identify which competences should be developed in these courses to contribute to the resolution of conflicts related to sustainability, as well as the means used by universities for their development. The research is divided into two strands: a theoretical and an empirical one. Concerning the theoretical part, the webibliomining method was adopted, to select the articles that were relevant to the theme, and 22 works were selected. Regarding the empirical study, structured questionnaires were applied to 30 specialists in the field, aiming at validating the competencies found in the literature. In the literature, eight main competencies required to the engineering professional, related to sustainability, were found. The empirical study showed that some competences are considered more relevant than others by the interviewees. The originality of the work consists in presenting to engineering students and teachers as well as professionals of the market and the government the competencies that can contribute to the formation of an engineer capable of bringing adequate solutions to the conflicts of sustainability in the twenty-first century. This paper also presents learning teaching methodologies indicated for this purpose. No other works were found with these results
Subject: Sustentabilidade
Country: Reino Unido
Editor: Emerald
Rights: Fechado
Identifier DOI: 10.1108/IJSHE-07-2018-0125
Date Issue: 2019
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