The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 75 (1997) > Issues > Issue 22 > Discussion on A Strategy for Teaching Structural Design by Dr. J. Cairns and Mr. T.M. Chrisp
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Discussion on A Strategy for Teaching Structural Design by Dr. J. Cairns and Mr. T.M. Chrisp

Dr J. R. Eyre (University College London) I am always interested in finding out more about the learning processes in young engineers. And let me say that I applaud anyone who makes contributions to this field as is being done tonight - not only because we all need to learn from it but because the valiant put themselves at great risk where so many others think that they know all the answers. You may think from this that I fit into this latter category.