Over the past four (4) years the development and improvement of a set of interactive learning technologies has been incorporated into the teaching of a set of core electrical and computer engineering courses (Networks I and II - also known as DC circuits and AC circuits). The results have shown a steady increase in the performance of circuit analysis by the second year students and a significant increase in the quantity of core knowledge imparted during the quarter long sequences during which each course is delivered. This paper describes the interactive technologies - how they are implemented in the didactic environment in the college - and the improvements in student competencies as a result. It is believed the use of these or similar interactive learning technologies may be critical to the active engagement in their own learning of the current generation of students raised in the digital age.
|Keywords:||Interactive, Learning, Active Learning, Technologies, Engaging Digital Learners|
Associate Professor, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Rowan University, Glassboro, New Jersey, USA
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