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NTLT 2013 - Andrew Kopnoff

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NTLT 2013 - Andrew Kopnoff

  1. 1. I hear – I forget I see – I remember I do – I understand Doing Information Control Theory Arduino Theory Think about it. Reflecting Build Voltage Tracker Students to be able to step out of the PID control philosophy and come up with the suitable one for the project
  2. 2. I hear – I forget I see – I remember I do – I understand Doing Information Thinking about it. Reflecting Product Zone of creativity
  3. 3. Conventional approach Lectures Assessment
  4. 4. Conventional approach. How does it look like in the class?
  5. 5. Suggested approach Lectures Assessment
  6. 6. Suggested approach. How does it look like in the class?
  7. 7. The pyramid of knowledge Conventional approach
  8. 8. Final exam. Student feedback Hi Andrew, You were right. The final exam was a great learning experience. Most exams are more a "show what you know" event. It was tough, but also very rewarding. Only when I thought about plotting y=x then y=2x then y=3x and what was happening did I select my function. I must say, bloody rewarding seeing the line spin in a similar manner as the video. Of all the papers I have done at Weltec, I think your lecture approach has pulled more effort from every student, and obtained the best results and created achievements for the students to be proud of. Well done. Talk to you soon. Cheers
  9. 9. Key Features The key features of the approach are:  It is organised around a problem to solve  The content of the course is embedded in to the project  The need for knowledge is coming from the student  Requires critical thinking, problem solving, collaboration, and various forms of communication, often known as "21st Century Skills."
  10. 10. How successful learning is promoted The successful learning is promoted by:  Students engagement  Hands-on, Active learning  Students collaboration, Teamwork  Students reflecting on their own work
  11. 11. Steps for developing students capability within the approach The key steps for developing students capability within the approach are:  Tutor shouldn’t provide the answers  Developing persistence skills within students  Tutor to monitor the complexity level closely and help students if necessary (zone of proximal development)

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