Teaching and Learning Pedagogy List

Course Code: ECT202 

Course Name: Analog Circuits 

Topic: Design of clippers from Transfer Characteristics

 Think-pair-share (TPS) is an instructional method where learners work together and attempt to answer questions or solve problems on a given text. click here for more information.


Course Code: ECL201

Course Name: Scientific Computing Lab

Topic: Single Value decomposition

This is a pedagogical approach in which the conventional notion of classroom-based learning is inverted, so that students are introduced to the learning material before class, with classroom time then being used to deepen understanding through discussion with peers and problem-solving activities. click here for more information.

Course Code: ECT306

Course Name: Information Theory and Coding

Topic: Tanner Graph

  In Collaborative learning approach using Lucid-chart, learners work with each other in groups to actively engage themselves to process and synthesize information and concepts with facts and figures. click here for more information.

Course Code: EC468

Course Name: Secure Communication

Topic: Ciphers, Encryption and decryption algorithms

Learning Extension Trajectories consists of multiple types of resources. Resources include additional readings, videos, links and so on. Making diverse resources available is found to be more effective rather than simply giving a list of resources.  click here for more information.

Course Code: ECT 202

Course Name: Analog Circuits

Topic: RC High Pass Filter

Faculty delivered a lecture about the topic. The faculty will then introduce the virtual lab to the students and demonstrate how to run the simulation. The simulation experiments will assist students in analyzing the frequency response and determining the cut off frequency of the filter circuit. click here for more information.

Link: http://vlabs.iitkgp.ac.in/be/exp14/index.html#

Course Code: EST130

Course Name: Basics of Electronics Engineering

Topic: Implementation of Halfwave & Full Wave rectifier using simulators

Simulation-based education (SE) refers to the use of simulation software, tools, and serious games to enrich the teaching and learning processes. Advances in both computer hardware and software allow for employing innovative methodologies that make use of SE tools to enhance the learning experience. click here for more information.

Course Code: MCN201

Course Name: Sustainable Engineering

Topic: Sustainable Transportation

Faculty members will provide a brief overview of the topic’s key concepts and principles. The faculty will then conduct a five-minute snap talk during their lecture hour, encouraging students to speak confidently and share their thoughts and ideas on the concept. click here for more information.

Course Code: EC469

Course Name: Optoelectronic Devices

Topic: Types of Lasers

Reflection Spots promotes concept acquisition through student interactions with explicit pause points between the lectures for the learner to express prior conceptions, perform micro-practice or reflect. click here for more information.

Course Code: EST102 

Course Name: Programming in C 

Topic: Bubble Sort 

The role-play activity conducted in the classroom successfully facilitated the explanation of the Bubble Sort algorithm. By actively involving students in the sorting process and assigning them specific roles, the activity created a dynamic and engaging learning environment. click here for more information.

Course Code: EC302

Course Name: Digital Communication

It was first experimented during covid time. While there may not be any one-size-fits-all solution or formula for successful learning, lecturing students online might not help all students equally. Digital dividend in the form of broken internet connection and other socio-psychological factors may distract students’ attention from live classes.

The pedagogical approach used here is chunking, breaking down a difficult topic into more manageable short videos. One of the most efficient ways to create engaging lecture videos is to keep them short. People tend to have a hard time attending to longer online videos. Several researchers have advocated for shorter lecture videos in light of learners’ relatively short attention span for new information. Research has also found that students are not only more satisfied with shorter segmented lecture videos, but they also benefit academically from them when compared to longer videos. click here for more information.

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Course Code          :       EC 402

Course Name         :       Nanoelectronics

Topic                      :       Types of Memories

Podcasting can be a creative assignment that encourages students to engage with a topic aurally and orally in addition to simply via text. By engaging the senses more deeply, students gain a more comprehensive understanding of the topic. (5 to 10 min audio). click here for more information.

Course Code: MCN301

Course Name: Disaster Management

Topic: To find the possible hazards around them and find structural non-structural mitigation methods

Brainstorming is a student-centred strategy to make them think to find an out of the box idea for a problem. To execute the strategy students are divided into groups and they are encouraged to discuss the topic given. Idea of each group is finally presented in the class. click here for more information.

Course Code: EC100 

Course Name: Basics of Electronics Engineering 

Topic: Transistor operation

 Enhances conceptual knowledge and self-learning initiative of the students through pre-recorded lectures, video resource materials, lecture notes, assignments and quizzes. click here for more information.

Course Enrichment Programs promotes critical thinking and problem solving skills, improve student’s ability to concentrate, and make learning more meaningful, valuable, and rewarding. Enrichment activities helps students to become more engaged in their learning and retain more information.

Course Name: Machine Learning

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Brainstorming is a creative, collaborative method you can use to generate a list of ideas or possible solutions to a problem. It is a powerful team building activity because all participants can play a role. Everyone is invited to share their ideas without fear of criticism.

Naibin George, Research Scholar, Brainstorming

These course enrichment programs helps to enhance their knowledge and technical skills by sharing knowledge of tech experts.

Najmal Kareem, Asst. Professor, COE, Poonjar, Course Enrichment Program

These methods can have significantly enhance the learning experience by fostering critical thinking, self-directed learning, and real-world application of knowledge.

Renju R, Asst.Professor, Jaibharath College, Flipped Classroom

Virtual labs are valuable for remote or distance learning and for situations where physical labs are inaccessible.

Camlin Treesa, Student, Virtual Lab