European Journal of Engineering Education examines the economic, cultural, and social factors which influence the education of engineers in different societies and provides a forum in which teachers and researchers in engineering schools, institutions and industry can share accounts of good practice and discuss methodology.
The IEEE ToE publishes significant and original scholarly contributions to education in electrical and electronics engineering, computer engineering, computer science, and other fields within the scope of interest of IEEE.
IJEEE provides a showcase for international developments in the undergraduate teaching of electrical engineering and electronics, from power systems to nanotechnology. Illustrated articles and occasional book reviews highlight current topics from a teaching perspective. Specific projects, case studies and reports of laboratory practice complement analyses of new teaching methods, curriculum design, assessment, validation, and new technologies.
The International Journal of Mechanical Engineering Education is aimed at teachers and trainers of mechanical engineering students in higher education and focuses on the discussion of the principles and practices of training professional, technical and mechanical engineers and those in related fields.
JEE is a peer-reviewed international journal published quarterly by the American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE) in partnership with a global community of engineering education societies and associations.
The Journal of Professional Issues in Engineering Education and Practice presents issues of broad professional interest and diverse views of engineering education, and professional practice. Papers examine the relationships between civil engineering and other disciplines and professions, with emphasis on the engineer's and constructor's obligations and responsibilities.
The Canadian Engineering Education Association (CEEA) is a membership driven organization whose mission is to “enhance the competence and relevance of graduates from Canadian Engineering schools through continuous improvement in engineering education and design education.”
Effective Instruction for STEM Disciplines by Edward J. Mastascusa; William J. Snyder; Brian S. Hoyt