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COURSE LEARNING OUTCOMES/QUALIFICATIONS. FIRST WEEK. Updated 4: February 2012. CONTENTS. 4 th LEVEL QUALIFICATIONS BOLOGNA PROCESS FIELD QUALIFICATION (ABET) COURSE LEARNING OUTCOMES STUDENT QUESTIONAIRE CONCLUSION. BLOOM’S TAXONOMY ANDERSON AND KRATHWOHL (2001). !!Listening !!.

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Course learning outcomes qualifications

COURSE LEARNING OUTCOMES/QUALIFICATIONS

FIRST WEEK

Updated 4: February 2012

Circuit Analysis


Contents

CONTENTS

  • 4 th LEVEL QUALIFICATIONS

    • BOLOGNA PROCESS

    • FIELD QUALIFICATION (ABET)

  • COURSE LEARNING OUTCOMES

  • STUDENT QUESTIONAIRE

  • CONCLUSION

Circuit Analysis


Bloom s taxonomy anderson and krathwohl 2001

BLOOM’S TAXONOMYANDERSON AND KRATHWOHL (2001)

!!Listening !!

http://www.learningandteaching.info/learning/bloomtax.htm

Circuit Analysis


Course learning outcomes qualifications

PROGRAM DESIGN

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STATE, ENTREPRENEUR

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QUALIFICATIONS

EU/NATIONAL QUALIFICATIONS

KNOWLEDGE

SKILLS

COMPETENCES

NEWCOMERSTUDENT

ORIENTIATION

GOVERNANCE

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questionnaire

ALUMNI, PARENTS

ORIENTIATION

STUDENT

PROFILE

Std.

questionnaire

FACULTY

NGO

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CIRCICULUM

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INTRERNAL CONSTITUENT

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questionnaire

EXTRERNAL CONSTITUENT

EXTRERNAL CONSTITUENT

REQUIREMENTS

EU/NATIONAL

FIELD QUALIFICATIONS

PROGRAM OUTCOMES

QUESTIONAIRES

QUALITY IMP. TOOLS

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GOAL: NATIONAL/INTERNATIONAL ACCREDITION


Course learning outcomes qualifications

PROGRAM OUTCOMES

  • SOURCES

    • GLOBAL/EU/NATIONAL QUALIFICATIONS

      • These qualifications are common

        • Art&design, Law, engineering

      • EU/YOK prepared the related documents (shown here)

    • FIELD QUALIFICATIONS

      • Specific to a profession such as engineering, architecture

      • YOK determined these outcomes

      • Similiar to ABET (American Board of Engineering and Technology) for engineering

    • EXTERNAL STAKEHOLDERS PROPOSALS

      • Departmental function

      • Could contribute as a diferentiating factor

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Course learning outcomes qualifications

EU/NATIONAL QUALIFICATIONS FRAMEWORK

BLOOMS TAXONOMY

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Becholar degree qualifications summary

BECHOLAR DEGREE QUALIFICATIONS (SUMMARY)

  • KNOWLEDGE/SKILLS

    • Knowledge/Understanding Course content

    • Applying that knowledge to solve problems

  • PERSONAL AND PROFESSIONAL COMPETENCES

    • Independent/Group work

    • Learning

    • Communication skills

    • Professional competences

      • Human Rights

      • Ethics

      • Enviornment

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Field qualifications 1

FIELD QUALIFICATIONS-1

  • PREPARED BY YOK

    • 2011,

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Field qualifications 2

FIELD QUALIFICATIONS-2

  • http://bologna.yok.gov.tr/index.php?page=news&read=42

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Field qualifications 3

ULUSAL LİSANS YETERLİLİKLER ÇERÇEVESİ

FIELD QUALIFICATIONS-3!!!

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http://tyyc.yok.gov.tr/?pid=48


Course learning outcomes qualifications

ABET ENGINEERING

FIELD OUTCOMES

(a) an ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, science, and engineering

(b) an ability to design and conduct experiments, as well as to analyze and interpret data

(c) an ability to design a system, component, or process to meet desired needs within realistic constraints such as economic, environmental, social, political, ethical, health and safety, manufacturability, and sustainability

(d) an ability to function on multidisciplinary teams

(e) an ability to identify, formulate, and solve engineering problems

(f) an understanding of professional and ethical responsibility

(g) an ability to communicate effectively

(h) the broad education necessary to understand the impact of engineering solutions in a global, economic, environmental, and societal context

(i) a recognition of the need for, and an ability to engage in life-long learning

(j) a knowledge of contemporary issues

(k) an ability to use the techniques, skills, and modern engineering tools necessary for engineering practice.

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Course assesment matrix

COURSE ASSESMENT MATRIX

LEARNING OUTCOMES

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What is the use of course learning outcomes

WHAT IS THE USE OF COURSE LEARNING OUTCOMES?

  • WHAT IS TO BE TAUGHT/LEARNED

  • WHAT SHOULD BE KNOWN FOR A GOOD GRADE

  • WHAT TYPE OF QUESTIONS TO BE ASKED IN THE EXAMS

  • RELATED OTHER COURSES

    • ELECTRONICS 1-2, ELECTRONICS LAB 1-2, CIRCUIT SYNTHESIS, AUTOMATIC CONTROL

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Feedback for course assesment matrix student questionaire

FEEDBACK FOR COURSE ASSESMENT MATRIX: STUDENT QUESTIONAIRE

  • Program outcomes

  • Course learning outcomes

  • Teacher

  • Student questionaire

    • Available at «Course WEB» side

    • Any time could be filled up

    • Could be submitted at the end of the semestr

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Evaluation

EVALUATION

  • ATTANDANCE

    • Statistical purposes only, no grades!

    • 15 weeks*3=45 hours/semestr study

    • discontinuity could cause total lost!!

  • MIDTERM EXAM

    • 7 th week , %40

  • FINAL EXAM

    • %60

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Other issues

OTHER ISSUES

  • CHEATING (KOPYA)

    • Ethical issue, diciplinary action

  • EXCUSE EXAM

    • Not recommended

  • COMPLAINTS ON GRADES

    • Result could either be decreased/increased if a miscalculation exists

    • MIDTERM

      • If the grade unexpected, first the solutions should be studied, then could see the exam paper

    • FINAL

      • Could not see the exam paper

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Course web side

COURSE WEB SIDE

  • All the course materials are available on this side

  • Link:

  • http://web.iku.edu.tr/courses/ee/ee410/

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Conclusion

CONCLUSION

  • Learning

    • is a process ,takes time

    • Requires continious effort

  • Students’ Way of problem solving in their future life will be different

    • for those who earned learning outcomes

    • And for those who do not earned learning outcomes

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