Abstract

In this short-paper we describe the ongoing development of a research methodology toward accessing how students think about design. Consideration of the formulation of a design problem statement that is suitable for supporting discussion with students from multiple disciplines at various points in their engineering education is the specific focus. The discussion draws from work on problem typology, design thinking, and metacognition as a theoretical basis that informs the problem formulation and planned approach for analysis.

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