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A Case Study of Use of MKCL SuperCampus in Teaching of Basics of Electronics Engineering to Enhance Classroom Interactions
Learning in classes is significantly improved by using ICT tools. This paper presents a case study of teaching a first year engineering subject of Electronics and Telecommunication with rigorous use of ICT tool named MKCL SuperCampus. The tool is used to pose a few questions intermittently during a lecture on students' mobile and provide a real time summary of student responses for carrying out meaningful interactions, thereby leading to enhanced learning.
ICT, Teaching-Learning, Reflection, Gamification.
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