Eunhye Kim

Eunhye Kim
Purdue University | Purdue · School of Engineering Education

Ph.D Candidate

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25 Research Items
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Introduction
Additional affiliations
August 2016 - present
Purdue University
Position
  • Research Assistant
Education
August 2016 - May 2020
Purdue University
Field of study
  • Technology Leadership and Innovation
March 2010 - February 2012
Sogang University
Field of study
  • Management
March 2004 - February 2009
Ewha Womans University
Field of study
  • Information Electronics Engineering

Publications

Publications (25)
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Undergraduate data science education is receiving increasing interest in many higher education institutions in the U.S., with the proliferation of data and data related work and research. As an emerging interdisciplinary study field, data science curriculum is typically a collection of individual data science related courses from different schools...
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https://docs.lib.purdue.edu/jpeer/vol10/iss1/4/ Engineering education has increasingly become an area of interest at the P-12 level, yet attempts to align engineering knowledge, skills, and habits to existing elementary and secondary educational programming have been parochial in nature (e.g., for a specific context, grade, or initiative). Consequ...
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Design within primary and secondary schools has been increasingly emphasized over the past decade. As a response to this increased interest, qualitative research examining students’ cognitive processes involved in the practices of design has been on the rise. These studies have commonly employed the concurrent think-aloud research methodology to ex...
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Design tasks are characterized by high levels of complexity and uncertainty. Accordingly, in engineering design practices, engineers communicate, share, and integrate their different viewpoints and orientations to develop a deeper understanding of the problem space and to broaden the solution space. In this context, engineering design is usually ta...
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Abstract—Contribution: Increased understanding of the influence of a project-based multidisciplinary design and innovation course on students’ engineering design thinking, specifically regarding problem framing. Background: Entrepreneurship-related education has been offered to engineering and technology students, but its influence has been discuss...
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Competitive growth in today's economy requires engineers to possess innovation skills to create novel designs. An entrepreneurial mindset enables people to think and then act in a certain way to discover, evaluate, and exploit opportunities by understanding the value proposition of a new idea, identifying the potential market, and adapting ideas to...
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The purpose of this Excelling in Engineering article is to highlight TEAMS (Tests of Engineering Aptitude, Mathematics, and Science) as a premier secondary engineering competition, and provide the resources from the 2018 national competition to (a) deliver an inside look into the competitions, (b) showcase the rigor of the TEAMS engineering challen...
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Cultivating students’ design abilities can be highly beneficial for the learning of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) concepts, and development of higher-order thinking capabilities (National Academy of Engineering and National Research Council, 2014). Therefore, examining students’ strategies, how they distribute their cogni...
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This study examined the design cognition and achievement results of both kindergarten and fourth grade students engaged in engineering design-based instructional activities. Relationships between design cognition and student grade level, as well as quality of student work, were investigated. 30 concurrent think-aloud protocols were collected from i...
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This article presents a culturally situated and socially relevant lesson for intentionally teaching secondary students the fundamental engineering concepts related to Problem Framing and Project Management. This lesson includes: (a) class discussions to engage students in a socially relevant problem (food waste and sustainability) within a cultural...
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This study investigated the design cognition and performance results of secondary and post-secondary engineering students while engaged in an engineering design task. Relationships between prototype performance and design cognition were highlighted to investigate potential links between cognitive processes and success on engineering design problems...
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Engineering design involves problem-framing as well as problem-solving because the problems faced by engineers are ill-structured and can be represented in multiple ways. Also, a design situation calling for an engineering solution requires engineers to recognize not only technical also non-technical goals and constraints and the interactions betwe...
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Engineering design involves problem-framing as well as problem-solving because the problems faced by engineers are ill-structured and can be represented in multiple ways. Also, a design situation calling for an engineering solution requires engineers to recognize not only technical also non-technical goals and constraints and the interactions betwe...
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The emphasis on and implementation of P-12 engineering education has continued to gain momentum in the United States (Grubbs & Strimel, 2016). Yet, the struggle to keep the technology and engineering education (TEE) school subject strongly positioned in elementary and secondary schools endures (Starkweather, 2015), which de Vries (2015) believes ma...
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Title of Session: A Look into Engineering Design Thinking: Elementary, Secondary, and Post-Secondary Abstract: As initiatives to integrate engineering at the P-12 level continue to increase, it has become evident there is broad societal agreement for fostering a student’s engineering design abilities. However, engineering design can be challenging...
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The interest in engineering education for K-12 students has been rising (Carr, Bennett IV, & Strobel, 2012; Grubbs & Strimel, 2015; Strimel, Grubbs, & Wells, 2016), and the importance of engineering education is discussed as early as the elementary school level (Hegedus, 2014). Petroski (2003) claims that children are ready to learn engineering bec...
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Time: Five hours Lesson Overview/Purpose: Students will engage in an engineering challenge to design a " release-mechanism " for a quadcopter enabling it to deliver supplies to a remote village with difficult access. This will require students to learn the basic principles of flight, practice flying a quadcopter, and research the geological and cli...
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Since the turn of the 21st century, the prominence of P-12 engineering education has continued to increase and the concept of engineering design has become a critical feature of both engineering/technology education (Asunda & Hill, 2007) and science education (NGSS Lead States, 2013). While there seems to be general public support for incorporating...

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