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Graduate Research in Engineering and Technology (GRET)

Abstract

Literate population is an important asset for any nation & plays a crucial role while representing the country at internationals. Education makes the backbone of the society, which reveals the skills, knowledge and behaviour transferred from one generation to the next generation. During COVID 19 pandemic, major changes can be seen in the education system. Class room teaching is replaced by an online teaching model to facilitate the students to continue their education. Online teaching methods were adopted by the teachers to maintain the students' learning at all levels. The pandemic has resulted in a change of teaching patterns from traditional classrooms to digital pedagogies. The teaching has become more student oriented rather than on-way teaching methods. These new innovative and active learning practices for teaching pedagogy have enabled the smart teachings for the Education era. The main actor for the Project-based learning is a student, where he/she explores the real-world difficulties for a problem and thus acquires a deeper knowledge by having active learning. The lockdown has actually unlocked multiple prospects to study various online tools for the ultimate stakeholders and facilitators. The purpose of this paper is to present the Online Teaching Learning Model considering Project Based Learning (PrjBL)/ Problem-Based Learning (PBL) for the course “Business Intelligence” as an example to discuss the design of teaching process and problems with engineering students. The proposed teaching pedagogy has evolved with experimental, flexible, peer-learning, learner-centred, discussion-based, knowledge sharing with fun. Thus, the Outcome Based Education (OBE) has effectively improved the teaching and learning skills of students as well as facilitators in this advanced Education Era.

DOI

10.47893/GRET.2022.1141

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