Teaching or learning applied electricity and electronics can be engaging and exciting! Learning through a series of challenges beats textbooks and lectures anytime. Electricity Challenge is a set of fifteen interactive lessons that let students learn by “doing”. Each lesson has fully worked out example circuits. This program is the same as "Basic Circuits Challenge"

Add interest to your electricity and electronics classes! Students can learn more easily using interesting interactive computer based lessons. Exercises in DC Circuits Challenge are graded immediately upon completion by learners. No more boring end of chapter problems to solve by students and grade by teachers.

Teach or learn AC electronics the easy way! Learn by doing. This program helps you teach or learn both circuit analysis and troubleshooting of AC circuits. The program can be used as a virtual laboratory where a physical lab is not available. All exercises are designed to be used for both practice and testing. Each run of the activities has new parameters and components assigned.

Learn or teach digital basics and digital electronics the easy way! Learn by doing. Quickly learn digital logic and computer numbering systems. The lessons can be reused until you master the concepts being presented. Activities are changed on each use so that students can’t simply memorize answers. Student work is graded and scored immediately.

Testing transistors and diodes is an essential skill in electronics, automotive technology, and other related technical fields. Student efforts are immediately scored. New parameters are randomly selected each time an activity is used. This allows students to practice many times without simply memorizing solutions. Correct responses are given when errors are made. This program is the same as "Solid-State Challenge"

Operational Amplifiers, Op Amps, are a very common linear integrated circuit. The properties of Op Amps make for easy circuit design and troubleshooting. The activities in this program produce realistic interactive experiences that allow “learning by doing”. Student efforts are immediately scored. New parameters are randomly selected each time an activity is used. This allows students to practice many times without simply memorizing solutions. Correct responses are given when errors are made.

Learning electrical and electronics theory is one thing. Using theory to solve electrical problems and troubleshoot circuits is a higher level of function, application. The numbers on a digital ohmmeter are easy to read. But what do the numbers mean? This program is designed to help students learn to interpret ohmmeter readings in context of the circuit being tested. The activities in this program produce realistic interactive experiences that allow “learning by doing”. Student efforts are immediately scored.

Learning electrical and electronics theory is one thing. Using theory to solve electrical problems and troubleshoot circuits is something else. Application takes practice and experience. The numbers on a digital voltmeter are easy to read. But what do the numbers mean? This program is designed to help students learn to interpret voltmeter readings in context of the circuit being tested. The activities in this program produce realistic interactive experiences that allow “learning by doing”.

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