CEBE is pleased to announce the first issue of Journal for Education in the Built Environment (JEBE). JEBE aims to foster high quality academic debate about the way knowledge is generated, taught and learnt, becoming a major resource for teachers, trainers, practitioners and scholars in higher education within the broad discipline area of the built environment.
It will provide an international forum for discussion and debate on subject-focused teaching, learning and scholarship issues and a means for disseminating the findings of well founded academic investigations.
The first issue of JEBE introduces the following papers:
Greening the Curricula within Construction Programmes: Alison Cotgrave & Rafid Alkhaddar
Planning Educational Research and the UK Research Assessment Exercise: Deborah Peel
Knowledge-based Learning Environments for Construction: Mustafa Alshawi, Jack Goulding, & Ihsan Faraj
Research Led Teaching: a Review of Two Initiatives in Valuing the Link Between Teaching and Research: Mark Deakin
Exploring Strategies for Linking Research and Teaching: Robert Freestone & David Wood
Learning Approaches of Construction Engineering Students: a Comparative Study Between Hong Kong and Mainland China: Mei-yung Leung, Jiangyun Li, Zheng Fang, Xinhong Lu & Mei Lu