E-Pedagogy Competencies and Abilities of Teachers, Requested for Running Electrical and Computer Engineering Education Programs

Document Type : Original Article


Electrotechnics Dept., Faculty Electrical Engineering, ”Gh. Asachi” Technical University, Iași, Romania


The paper is about E-Pedagogy Competences and Abilities of Teachers, Requested for Running Electrical and Computer Engineering Education Programs. The role of the didactic scenario in blended teaching and learning is described. Learning path importance in Interactive courseware is discussed. The paper presents: how to prepare STEM teachers and students to use blended learning environments; BTL course components and activities for electrical and computer engineering education; and an example of application of educational objectives of Bloom and Anderson & Krathwohl taxonomy. In fact the paper is a Synthesis and a continuation of previous papers [1]-[7] most of these papers are available on the internet, being Open Source.
In the mentioned articles we also analyzed and discussed the use of virtual and remote laboratories in the training of future engineers. Recently the European Union [8] explored three basic propositions indispensable in the Future of Digital and Online Learning in Higher Education: (1) providing access to accessible digital technology; (2) developing digital skills and competences; (3) implementing a digital learning culture. The paper reflects the collaboration in the field of Online Engineering between the Faculty of Engineering, the Menoufia University, Egypt, and the Faculty of Electrical Engineering, the Technical University ”Gh. Asachi” from Iasi, Romania and in the context of the Erasmus Plus Program of the European Union. The cooperation between our universities began in 2017 and have result in the publication of a number of articles ISI Thomson and IEEE indexed in 2018 and 2019, 2020, and 2021.


Volume 45, Issue 3
Vol. 45, No.3 issued on 1/7/2022 in 5 Parts: Part (1) Electrical Engineering, Part (2) Mechanical Engineering, Part (3): Production Engineering, Part (4): Civil Engineering, Part (5) Architectural Engineering.
July 2022
Pages 273-280