Main Article Content

Abstract

The major challenge in diploma engineering education is to evaluate and examine the students in an efficient way of Teaching-Learning process in order to determine the notable skills to understand the basic concept to solve real time problems. The process has to be defined in such a way that it should make the students to explore their knowledge with adaptable remembering and thinking skills. The actual target in teaching learning process is to make all the students to have a good exploration on the domain knowledge with success ratio. This work focused on one active learning technique which is intended for enhancing culture of sharing and discussion answers related to particular study point and problems.  It is suitable for theoretical course like Automobile Engine from third semester of Diploma Automobile Engineering. The purpose of this is to develop the healthy competition and analysis the student’s skills (like remembering, communication and individual and team skills) The participants included 40 students from second year engineering diploma course. We examined the activity on the questions asked and answer delivered during process and evaluate their remembering skill on the basis of points. The statistical analysis is carried out for each question answer asked during activity and displayed in front of students immediately which helps them to improve their and team performance. Students will get idea about their preparation for upcoming exams or aptitude test for campus drive. This research work focus towards the applicability of active learning techniques with an aim to measure the learning performance of the diploma students upon statistical evaluation, with an intention to propose a remedial measure to enhance the teaching learning process.

Keywords

TALENT TRAILS

Article Details

How to Cite
[1]
Mr. Pravin A. Desai and Mr. Rajendra S. Sargar, “‘TALENT TRAILS’ AS AN INNOVATIVE ACTIVE LEARNING TOOL TO ENHANCE TEACHING LEARNING PROCESS FOR CLASSROOM SESSIONS OF AUTOMOBILE ENGINE COURSE”, IEJRD - International Multidisciplinary Journal, vol. 6, no. ICMRD21, p. 7, Apr. 2021.