Successful Education

Book

The transformational ideas in this book are for a diverse audience, not just for the engineering community. The examples presented are brought forth from the author’s experience as a civil engineer and as a teacher with over 40 years of experience.

 

More information can be accessed from the following links:
book contents, book overview

Successful Education: How to Educate Creative Engineers
by Dr. Tomasz Arciszewski, published by Successful Education, LLC. 2013 - Soft cover edition. Please, read what others are saying about this book. The book can be ordered directly from this website or from Amazon.com.

Successful Education. How to Educate Creative Engineers

Our book was translated into Chinese Language and was published as a bilingual Mandarin/English edition in 2012 by China Machine Press.

Here is the link for the cover image for the Chinese bi-lingual edition on Amazon.cn:

To our knowledge one can purchase this bilingual edition only within China borders, but the rule may change in the future.

Successful Education in Mandarine Language
Our book was translated into Polish Language in 2012 and is available for Polish readers through the Kielce University of Technology Press. Polish readers may order the book on line from http://lib.tu.kielce.pl/sendlist/pokaz_oferte_dostepne Edukacja Sukcesu
Article

Preprints of the article "Successful Civil Engineering Education" (Arciszewski and Harrison, the ASCE Journal of Professional Issues in Engineering Education and Practice, January, 2010).

In order to promote the concept of successful education we are giving away this print of article for free. Contact us and request it. We need your mailing address and the email address.

Successful Education

 

Who are the readers?

  • All academic administrators and leaders
  • All teachers and academic instructors whose hearts are focused on bringing creativity into their student’s minds
  • All students who want to learn how to be creative
  • Professionals, scientists, scholars and all forward-thinking individuals who value creativity in education and in life