The Use of Enhanced Guided Notes in an Electric Circuit Class: An Exploratory Study


This study was conducted to evaluate students' (n=70) learning performance after their participation in lectures using enhanced guided notes (EGN) in an electric circuits course for non-electrical engineering students. Unlike traditional guided notes, EGN include questions that prompt students to evaluate their metacognitive knowledge. The results of the study demonstrate a significant increase in student learning performance with the application of EGN, as measured by an AC/DC Circuit Concept Inventory. Students reacted positively to the use of the EGN in a survey given to assess their learning experience.

Did you like this research project?

To get this research project Guidelines, Training and Code... Click Here

PROJECT TITLE : Enhanced Non-Local Total Variation Model and Multi-Directional Feature Prediction Prior for Single Image Super Resolution ABSTRACT: Single image super-resolution (SISR) approaches are widely recognised to play
PROJECT TITLE : Enhanced Frequency Regulation Using Multilevel Energy Storage in Remote Area Power Supply Systems ABSTRACT: RAPS systems with a high percentage of renewable power generation require frequency assistance from
PROJECT TITLE :An Enhanced Visualization Method to Aid Behavioral Trajectory Pattern Recognition Infrastructure for Big Longitudinal Data - 2018ABSTRACT:Big longitudinal knowledge offer a lot of reliable data for call creating
PROJECT TITLE :Repeated MCIK-OFDM With Enhanced Transmit Diversity Under CSI Uncertainty - 2018ABSTRACT:This Project investigates the opportunity for a repetition coded multi-carrier index keying-orthogonal frequency division
PROJECT TITLE :Node-Based Distributed Channel Access With Enhanced Delay Characteristics - 2018ABSTRACT:Recent studies in wireless scheduling have shown that carrier-sense multiple access (CSMA) can be created throughput optimal

Ready to Complete Your Academic MTech Project Work In Affordable Price ?

Project Enquiry