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2. Engineers Australia (EA) Stage 1 Competency Standards [ 9].
3. ACM/IEEE Software Engineering Curriculum Guidelines 2004 [ 10].
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6. Wordwide CDIO Initiative, Standard 2—Syllabus Outcomes [ 13].
Flexible, open-ended curriculum design verses top-down, prescriptive approaches.
Student participation in learning goal development and progress monitoring.
Relevance to more free-form generalist university programs as distinct from the more structured professional degree cases discussed so far.
Tracking of actual student achievement, not just intended learning goals.
R. Gluga and J. Kay are with the School of Information Technologies, University of Sydney, Room 307, School of IT Building, J12, 1 Cleveland Street, NSW 2006, Australia.
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T. Lever is with the Faculty of Engineering and Information Technologies, University of Sydney, J05-Civil Engineering, NSW 2006, Australia.
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