Applying Project Based Learning to Flipped Bloom Taxonomy for Deep Understanding in Control Systems

Gbenga Bankole Folayan (Department of Electrical Electronic Engineering, The Federal Polytechnic Ado-Ekiti)
Ibrahim Ademiloye (Department of Electrical Electronic Engineering The Federal Polytechnic Ado-Ekiti)

Abstract


The peculiar nature of control theory as a course that cut across a lot of major engineering disciplines calls for a look into how its learning can best be done without students feeling like they are wasting their time. This paper takes a look at control theory as subject cut across various engineering field and has a wide background that students must really be comfortable with. Its wide application and background pose a huge challenge to the teaching of control. It goes further to look into traditional method of teaching, Project - Based Learning Blooms Taxonomy. It then proposes applying Flipped Bloom Taxonomy to Project -based learning for a deep understanding of control systems. .

Keywords


Engineering Education;Flipped Bloom Taxonomy;Control Sytems;Project Based Learning

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.30564/jeisr.v2i1.2023

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