Develop teaching unit of Electronic Windscreen Wiper System.
Develop a teaching unit of electronic windscreen wiper system. Omar Mutiq almehmadiAUTOMOTIVE TECHNOLGYTrimester 8
First supervisor: Harald Hennig Second supervisor: Dr. Rainer Gerke
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Project Question The main question of my project is to find an answer for the following issue. How to develop a teaching unit to support TTC students for more effective learning? The electronic windscreen wiper system is one main topic of comfort electric course in such way to facilitate learning for TTC students.
Introduction The automotive department is missing a teachers and curriculum. With this problem the students cannot study freewill. The students need to support them by teacher and curriculum. Every students are learning by different method. I am focusing to do my bachelor thesis on the vocational part with an automotive technology , to find an answer for the following issue. How to develop a teaching unit to support TTC students for more effective learning?
Method The data will be collected through two main methods, researcher will conduct a design video of teaching in the classroom, and I will describes video information and make content analyses for the available courses to come up with a new idea for study learning course.
The study provides a new structure for an automotive course that allow students to learn effectively and easily . not only provide them important resources but also connecting learners together.
Conclusion I stall work with my subject to find answer for my question is How to develop a teaching unit to support TTC students for more effective learning?. I hop the students learn effectively and easily . not only provide them important resources but also connecting learners together.
REFERENCES:Book of Modern Automotive Technology Fundamentals, service,diagnostics, 2nd English ,2014 , verlag europa
Arnold R. Lorenzo , firstname.lastname@example.org, Blessie U. Lorenzo, Volume 103, 26 November 2013, Pages 595-605, Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences