• Document: TITLE. Proceedings of the Fourth International Symposium. EDITORS Natascha van Hattum-Janssen Rui M. Lima Dinis Carvalho Luiz Carlos de Campos
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i ii iii TITLE Proceedings of the Fourth International Symposium EDITORS Natascha van Hattum-Janssen Rui M. Lima Dinis Carvalho Luiz Carlos de Campos Research Centre in Education - CIEd, University of Minho and Department of Production and Systems, School of Engineering, University of Minho and Faculty of Exact Sciences and Tecnhology, Pontifical Catholic University of São Paulo, PUC-SP GRAPHIC DESIGN Gen Comunicação Visual ISBN 978-989-8525-14-7 This is digital edition. iv 2 It is a pleasure to welcome you to the 4th International Symposium on Project Approaches in Engineering Education The Department of Production and Systems of the University of Minho, the Research Centre for Education of the University of Minho and the Curriculum Development Working Group of SEFI the European Society for Engineering Education and ASIBEI the Ibero-American Association of Institutes of Engineering Education aim to join teachers, researchers on Engineering Education, deans, students of Engineering Schools and professionals concerned with Engineering Education, to enhance active learning approaches in Engineering Education through workshops and discussion of current practice and research. The central theme of this edition is Organizing and Managing Project Based Learning. The organization of projects and the implication of projects for the workload of teachers is a widely discussed theme when implementing projects, as is project management, from a teacher´s as well as a student´s point of view. There will be many opportunities for learning, discussions and interaction with researchers that are working with Engineering Education, in several countries of the world, in the extensive programme. The Symposium will take place at Faculty of Exact Sciences and Technology of Pontifical Catholic University of Sao Paulo PUC/SP, Brazil. Come and enjoy the Brazilian atmosphere in Sao Paulo, which is a world-renowned megacity, forged from a melting pot of nationalities and cultures. organizing universities we look forward to meeting you in Sao Paulo. Yours sincerely, Luiz Carlos de Campos Dean of Faculty of Exact Sciences and Technology PUC/SP Nival Nunes de Almeida President of Brazilian Association of Engineering Education ABENGE Natascha van Hattum-Janssen Rui M. Lima Dinis Carvalho University of Minho v SEFI Welcome Note With the fourth edition of Project Approaches in Engineering Education, it is becoming a well established and consolidated discussion forum for those involved on active learning and, more specifically, on problem assisted learning. In this occasion the general call for discussion is about organizing and managing PBL, with a special reference to the design of new PBL experiences. Through these words I am answering the request received from the Organization to address and welcome participants on PAEE, on behalf the Curriculum Development Working Group (CDWG) of the European Society for Engineering Education (SEFI). The SEFI- CDWG is a forum for discussion on the development of Engineering Education, and it is formed by a group of people highly involved in the innovation of engineering education. The CDWG is open to teachers and managers of education, students, and employers of engineers. The Group focuses its activities on curriculum innovation, quality assurance and accreditation, advancement of teaching and learning methods, and faculty development and teachers training. There are several things to be remarked with reference to this International Symposium. One, is the fact that Project Based Learning (PBL) is still considered as one of the most effective methods in Engineering Education in order to develop in the students´ competences and abilities which are everyday more and more demanded by employers operating in a global labour market. On the other hand, the Symposium crosses over the Atlantic Ocean and sits at Sao Paulo, which is a way to meet more Latin- American Universities but also a challenge for their European Colleagues for joining them in a time of big financial difficulties. The third one also relates with the present economic crisis, which is striking hardly many European Universities, as management is one of the main topics

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