Exploring the Knowledge and Attitude of Engineering Students in the Imitation of Theoretical Knowledge

  •  Wael Salah    
  •  Anees Abu Sneineh    


In this paper an exploration of the engineering student’s knowledge in different engineering simulation tools to validate the theoretical knowledge leaned were conducted. The study cover students from different courses taught at different degree levels. A survey was conducted among the students in the academic years of 2014/2015 and 2015/2016 for students attending the class of Electronics (second year level), power electronics class (third year level) and Electrical measurement class (fourth year level). A personal interview was also conducted to capture the feedback from the learners under interest. The main aim is to accrue the attitude of engineering students to apply the knowledge throughout the Imitation of theoretical knowledge using modern virtual tools.

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