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An Initiative to the Project Based Learning at KGRCET:As a Part of Active Learning Methodologies


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1 CEED, KG Reddy College of Engineering & Technology, Hyderabad, India
2 Dept of ECE, KG Reddy College of Engineering & Technology, Hyderabad, India
     

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Designing problems for project based learning (PBL) courses in engineering education has always a challenging task; PBL is a model for teaching, problem-solving and is a highly operative technique for engineering pedagogy, which is to learn design by experimenting design as active percipients. This paper describes pedagogical issues involved in conducting the PBL Activity in Embedded System course, designing a problemin course, and analysis of students' solutions. It also presents the assessment of PBL in engineering education along with characteristics, Benefits, problems and differences between traditional and PBL approaches.

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PBL, Outcomes, Engineering Education.
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Authors

Tuti Sandhya
CEED, KG Reddy College of Engineering & Technology, Hyderabad, India
P. Anusha
Dept of ECE, KG Reddy College of Engineering & Technology, Hyderabad, India

Abstract


Designing problems for project based learning (PBL) courses in engineering education has always a challenging task; PBL is a model for teaching, problem-solving and is a highly operative technique for engineering pedagogy, which is to learn design by experimenting design as active percipients. This paper describes pedagogical issues involved in conducting the PBL Activity in Embedded System course, designing a problemin course, and analysis of students' solutions. It also presents the assessment of PBL in engineering education along with characteristics, Benefits, problems and differences between traditional and PBL approaches.

Keywords


PBL, Outcomes, Engineering Education.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.16920/jeet%2F2017%2Fv31i2%2F119556