Teaching   Electricity and Electronics  using
Distance Education, Virtual Training, or Classroom

Our interactive applications can bring bored classes to life. Memorizing words and facts is fine for some subjects. However, students of electronics want to learn interesting and exciting things by doing. Take a look at the ideas below. Wake them up and get them involved.

Lectured about Electronics Technology

Bored out of their skulls

In all too many cases instructors make electricity and electronics classes a mind numbing experience for students. They came to learn and perform in the exciting world of electrical and electronics technology. Lectures and note taking are a boring and ineffective way to teach. Most people who pursue electrical and electronics technology training are visual learners that like real engagement. Add some interesting interactivity to your classes by using our applications. Give it a try at no cost.

Learning the fun and collaborative way

Our analysis and troubleshooting activities are constructed using randomly selected parameters and item order. Students can work together to learn methods and procedures. The same activities can be used for testing as each use of an activity has different parameters and item orders. Instructors can select the activities for students and trainees to accomplish. There is no required sequence for the activities.

Learning electronics by working togeather
Teacher helps electronics technology student

Teach productively

Interactive applications opens up new efficiency possibilities.  Students and trainees can often proceed at their own pace and even surpass expectations. Instructors can help those who are struggling keep up with the training pace. 

Teach using technology

Project the activities on a screen for a "how to" session on circuit analysis or troubleshooting. There is no need to waste time drawing circuits, erasing, and dictating. You can easily give your students a quick introduction before they start working on their own. The troubleshooting activities allow you to move meter leads and make other circuit selections with a mouse.

Overhead projection of electronics simulation
Teacher grading a massive pile of papers.

Reduce paper grading

You have plenty to do without having to read piles of student homework. The challenge applications  score student work immediately. Students can print their scores on paper or store their scores on magnetic media. You can even have students store scores on thumb drives or hard disks.