• Kalman, Calvin S. (2008) Successful science and engineering teaching.
    This book draws on the literature on the psychology of learning science and on the philosophy of science to explore what it means for students to learn to see the world scientifically. From this, it develops a model for helping students to develop not just scientific knowledge but a scientific perspective.
  • Baillie, Caroline and Moore, Ivan (eds.) (2004) Effective learning and teaching in engineering.
    This edited book addresses a number of themes in engineering education, including curriculum design, and the use of teaching methods like case studies, studio courses and workplace-based learning.

Ingrid Le Duc, EPFL (ingrid.leduc@epfl.ch)