Improving the Performance and Satisfaction of Students in Embedded Systems with PBL Approach

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Harshad N. Lokhande , Shriram D. Markande

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In the under graduate studies, teaching the concepts in the course on Embedded Systems has been always challenge for the faculty. Performance of many students is not up to mark as well as the joy of learning is also not observed in them. This paper is based on the experiments carried out with Project Based Learning (PBL) approach with Rubric’s reviews. The study developed a method of self-learning to apply core electronics knowledge to increase student performance and keen interest in Microcontrollers and its applications. The new design method consists of eight-week PBL strategy to work in group of three students to solve real-world problems. The student’s quality results were improved by 8 % and overall performance in scaled up by 29% as compared to successive previous two years. Also, the feedback from the students shows satisfaction as well as joy of learning

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Harshad N. Lokhande , Shriram D. Markande. “Improving the Performance and Satisfaction of Students in Embedded Systems With PBL Approach”. International Journal on Recent and Innovation Trends in Computing and Communication, Vol. 8, no. 7, July 2020, pp. 01 -08, doi:10.17762/ijritcc.v8i7.5427.
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