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ERIC Number: ED449005
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1998
Pages: 6
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A Dynamic Action in the Engineering Teaching.
Pegollo, Carlos Alberto Goebel; Shiga, Alberto Akio
The main proposal of this paper is to present research performed during a practical subject in the last year of the electrical engineer undergraduate course, emphasis in electrotechnics, at the Universidade Sao Judas Tadeu. Several activities are developed to provide the students variable and continued information about their performance in many important engineering skills, like leadership, vivacity, dynamism, reliability, speech, and synthesis capacity. Under the concept of feedback control systems, these techniques are made to reach the goal of meaningful engineering education. In this case, the system in point may be understood as "system learning" and has as a main action shield an informative and critical retroaction, not only at a technical level but also a competency one. The structure used is called canonical form of a feedback system. Under this structure, many of the system's aspects are shown, with parts being related, diagrammed, and discussed. In the end, some statistical results gathered between 1995-1997 will be shown, and a joint evaluation will be possible (Contains 16 references.) (YDS)
Publication Type: Reports - Research; Speeches/Meeting Papers
Education Level: N/A
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Language: English
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