[give a title here capturing your overall criticism of the teaching/building process]

Next time tell me:

  • A video or some types of clip that showed steps on how to connect a general circuit. Also, provide a picture of the circuit, it was be much easier to look at a picture instead of having to go through the diagram. 

Next time don’t tell me:

  • Lengthy wording procedure would kill the fun of the project, so it better to just have a simple guide that didn’t give away the details.

In terms of a learning project this needs:so

  • It was be easier if we have go through simple lecture on how to connect general circuit before begin creating one. 

In terms of a motivational project this needs:

  • Created a more fun environment for the student. For example instructor could working on the circuit with all groups. Do a fun demonstration on the complete products. 

In terms of getting the circuit done efficiently this needs:

  • Provide a sample product for each group to look at and have each member in a group create a similar product.

A more effective way to teach this would be:

  • Creating a sample product in front of all group, so everyone have some ideas on how to start putting the product together.   

And furthermore…

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Pedro Figueroa
February 7th, 2013 1:05 am

You are right Truc when you say we need a fun environment. When we meet this kids, we should get to know them so we can all feel comfortable when talking to each other. The easiest way to break the ice is to say something funny.

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February 7th, 2013 8:46 am

Some good ideas here. I also like your title. It’s very clever. Who thought of it?

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Rak
February 7th, 2013 11:54 am

I am agree with you Truc. It will be a great fun.

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Tommy Le
February 7th, 2013 12:53 pm

I definitely agree with providing a quick lecture about how circuit orientated before actually jump in and connect it is necessary. Part of we were behind on the project was due to the lack of understanding how circuit board works. A short overview of how to read electrical schematic would also be helpful.

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