Assessment of the Results in Teaching of Control Systems Course in the Perspective of Gender


This paper discusses the assessment of the results in teaching the course of Control Systems in department of Electrical Engineering United Arab Emirates University (UAE-U). In this university, there are segregation in the delivering teaching in the class between female and male students. It means that for one course the instructor needs to open two sections of the class and therefore doubling all efforts for delivering the course. This brings unique experience on comparing the assessment results for the same course based on gender perspective. Assessment results of years are presented. The attainment of the students was evaluated based on ABET criterion. We also presented the methodology to evaluate assessment tools. Finally, the results was compared for both classes.

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Addy Wahyudie, United Arab Emirates University, United Arab Emirates

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Conference: IICAHDubai2017
Stream: Humanities - Teaching and Learning

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