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Upshot: University engineering qualifications are accredited according to various international accords that are perceived as a restrictive factor in curricula redesign. I argue that this may not be the case owing to the discipline-independent wide-ranging content that may populate the qualifications. Also, I point out that the educator’s teaching style is their choice and that educators may act as agents of change bringing ethical changes to their curricula. Finally, I question the role of the teacher and its future relevance in competition with artificial intelligence.
Baron P. (2018) Author’s response: The university and their trained educators: Future undecided. Constructivist Foundations 13(3): 333–340. http://constructivist.info/13/3/333
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