Articles

Articles about the module

Jordaan, M. (2010). Creating empowering learning experiences and environments. BrightenUP your IDEAS, Department for Education Innovation, University of Pretoria.

EBIT Community engagement. EBIT trends 2018. pp. 20 - 21.

Jordaan, M. (2019). Community-based Project Module of the University of Pretoria. GlobalEngineer. IFEES-GEDC Quarterly Bulletin. January. p. 9.

Innovate

Jordaan, M. & D. Jordaan (2019). Developing social responsibility skills for the future workplace. Innovate, 14: 74–77.

2018. Community-based project module never fails to impress. Innovate, 13: 72-73.

2015. A decade of excellence in service-learning. Innovate, 10: 65-68.

2015. Academic achievers contribute to Faculty’s excellence. Innovate, 10: 138.

Jordaan, M. (2014). JCP proves that a little can go a long way. Innovate, 9: 123-124.

Jordaan, M. (2010). Students gain practical experience while serving the community. Innovate, 10: 18-26.

Jordaan, M. (2006). Students gain skills while giving back to the community. Innovate, 1: 116.

JuniorTukkie Magazine

JuniorTukkie, November 2015, p. 48

JuniorTukkie, May 2015, pp. 25, 26

JuniorTukkie, November 2011, p. 26

JuniorTukkie, March 2010, p.20

JuniorTukkie, August 2009, p.8

Other research papers

Jordaan, M. (2012). Ensuring sustainability in a community-based module. Acta Academica. 44:1.

Jordaan, M. (2013). Sustainability of Community Outreach Projects in Post-Apartheid South Africa. The International Journal of Social Sustainability in Economic, Social and Cultural Context. 8(4): 77-87.

Jordaan, M. (2014). Community-based Project module: A service-learning module for the Faculty of Engineering, Built Environment and Information Technology at the University of Pretoria. International Journal for service learning in engineering, humanitarian engineering and social entrepreneurship. Special issue, 269 – 282.

Jordaan, M. and Mennega, N. (2019). Engineering graduate attributes: Skills gained during a service-learning module. The International Journal of Adult, Community and Professional Learning. 26(1), 21 -34.

Peer-reviewed full conference papers

Jordaan, M. (10 – 12 August 2011). Community-based outreach as a key prerequisite for engineering education. First Biennial Conference, South African Society for Engineering Education in South Africa, Stellenbosch.

Sandenbergh, R. & Jordaan, M. (15 – 18 October 2012). Using E- and M-learning in a Community-Based Project Module. World Engineering Education Forum WEEF, Buenos Aires, Argentina 

Jordaan, M. & Jordaan, A.J.J. (4,5 June 2015). Alumni and enrolled students' perceived value of the compulsory community engagement module in the undergraduate curriculum of the Faculty of Engineering, Built Environment and Information Technology at the University of Pretoria. Third Biennial Conference. South African Society for Engineering Education, Durban.

Jordaan, M. & Jordaan, A.J.J. (14,15 June 2017). Using YouTube as a Reflection Tool for a Service-learning Module. Fourth Biennial Conference. South African Society for Engineering Education, Cape Town 

Jordaan, M. & Maharaj, B.T.J. (12 - 16 November 2018). Promoting diversity in a community engagement module for undergraduate engineering students. World Engineering Education Forum - Global Engineering Dean's Council, Nieu Mexico, USA.

Jordaan, M. and Jordaan, D. (10 – 12 July 2019). Diversity in groups – students’ reflection. Research in Engineering Education of the South African Society for Engineering Education, Cape Town.

Jordaan, M., Zhang, H., Liu, L. and Zhou, H. (10 – 12 July 2019). Short-term international service-learning: engineering students’ reflections on their learning experiences. Research in Engineering Education of the South African Society for Engineering Education, Cape Town.

- Author Dr M Jordaan
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