Broadly, in this master course, we will master the following modules in depth:
We will use multiple active and passive electronic components such as LEDs, resistors, transistors, capacitors, relays, diodes, zener diodes, etc., to build an array of application-and-concept-based projects.
Once we build something meaningful that works, we will analyze those projects by applying basic laws of physics, collecting the experimental data of variables through devices such as a digital multimeter and then analyzing those observations to draw conclusions.
This experiential learning process imbibes critical thinking and computation acumen, developing a structured thought process to solving problems by taking your students through rigorous building process and analytics.
As a result, you are able to demonstrate STEM concepts with ease and confidence while your students will be able to visualize them and enjoy your teaching at the same time.