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The paper presents Self-Study (SS) component as a pedagogical tool for enhanced learning in a set of identified course. The objective of the SS component is to enhance the understanding of the course beyond the classroom teaching. The traditional modes of course design, course delivery and course assessment provide less scope for in-depth learning of courses. Outcome-Based Education (OBE) is an effort to overcome limitations of traditional education by using many progressive pedagogical models, ideas, to meet a-k student outcomes of ABET and NBA. To meet the expectations of present engineering education, few courses of Electronics and Communication engineering programme are modified using SS component. Typical methods of SS component are course project, term paper/seminar, field work, modelling and simulation, case studies, proof of concept/prototype development, etc. The attainment of depth of learning is demonstrated using two activities, namely, course project and term of SS component. The student outcomes are assessed by using designed set of rubrics for each course-SS combination. The tradition mode of delivery facilitates the attainment of technical outcomes of ABET, whereas along with technical outcomes professional outcomes are also achieved through SS component. The assessment of attainment of student outcomes and student feedback of SS component act as inputs for the continuous improvement of teaching-learning process.
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- Enhanced Learning Through Self-Study Component in Engineering Education
Saroja V. Siddamal
Suneeta V. Budihal
- Springer India
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