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Overview of Effective and Efficient Learning Model Project-Based Learning (PBL)

01 Jan 2015-pp 577-577
TL;DR: Project-Based Learning (PBL) as discussed by the authors is a more effective and efficient learning model named as project-based learning, which is more efficient and effective than traditional CBL.
Abstract: Teaching and learning are most important for teachers and students in any educational institution. The students need to perform well in their academic to gain knowledge, skill, and competency for their better career. Teachers play an important role in making the students to learn the fundamental and advanced concepts, various domain expertise and skills and competency. The most challenging process in any education institute is the evaluation of student performance. There are many ways by which the student performance can be evaluated. Traditionally we follow class-based learning (CBL) where we conduct an examination to evaluate the student performance. This paper discusses about the more effective and efficient learning model named as project-based learning (PBL).
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10 Jun 2019
TL;DR: Each element of the course, its three-year evolution, analysis of the collected data, results of surveys and recommendations for adaptation of the used tools for teaching control theory in the frames of another educational program or university are described in the article.
Abstract: Control Theory serves as a fundamental background for a number of popular paradigms, including the cyber-physical one. The contents have been standardized over the decades of teaching, but new digital technologies and market practical skills demand to raise the questions on how the course is to be taught. The goal of the report is to share the results of 3 years (2015–2018) of experimenting on the transition from classical to project-based blended design of the Modern Control and Automation course. The course is part of the curricula of the SPbPU MSc degree programme “Management of Innovative Processes (Innovatika)”; 75 students were taught. Now, the course is represented by online and offline studying of the basic theoretical aspects and hands-on development of a hardware device in a project group. Each element of the course, its three-year evolution, analysis of the collected data, results of surveys and recommendations for adaptation of the used tools for teaching control theory in the frames of another educational program or university are described in the article.