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Title: A Simulation-Based LED Design Project in Photonics Instruction Based on Industry–University Collaboration
Authors: Chang, Shu-Hsuan;Chen, Mei-Ling;Kuo, Yen-Kuang;Shen, Yung-Chi
Contributors: 物理學系
Keywords: Light-emitting diode (LED);Peer assessment(PA);Project-based learning (PBL);Simulation-based learning(SBL)
Date: 2011-11
Issue Date: 2012-07-19T01:49:30Z
Publisher: IEEE
Abstract: Abstract—In response to the growing industrial demand for
light-emitting diode (LED) design professionals, based on industry–
university collaboration in Taiwan, this paper develops a
novel instructional approach: a simulation-based learning course
with peer assessment to develop students’ professional skills in
LED design as required by industry as well as to enhance cognition
and metacognition in students in higher education. The
simulation-based learning course enables students to understand
the influences on LED performance of the variation of different
parameters and to seek the best design through comparing the
effectiveness of different combinations of parameters. The evaluation
results of pre- and post-test knowledge maps and a photonics
scoreboard indicate that this project-based instruction may help
students understand the operating principles of LEDs and enhance
their skill in LED design. The Constructivist Project-based
Learning Environment Survey is adopted to demonstrate that the
proposed project-based learning environment is beneficial in cultivating
student inquiry learning, reflective thinking, teamwork,
and skills in creative problem solving.
Relation: IEEE Transactions on Education, 54(4): 582-589
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