Our group focuses on electrical engineering education and interdisciplinary education that combines physics with electronics, such as electro-optics and microelectronics education.
- Improving intrinsic motivation and systems thinking skills among sophomore students
- Interdisciplinary program on avionics: Improving high-school students’ attitudes toward physics and engineering
- Long-term effect of animation-based learning on academic achievements: The case of electronic devices
High-school program in electro-optics: Development of systems thinking skills
- High-school course on engineering design: Enhancement of motivation toward science and engineering and development of systems thinking skills
- Students’ motivation and academic achievement: The case of an engineering preparatory program
- Analysis of motivation in pre-service and in-service electronics teachers
Zoabi, W. (2012). Animation-based learning of electronic devices: The case of practical engineering students. Kaplan prize awardee for outstanding research thesis (2012).
Zach, E. (2014). Interdisciplinary program in electro-optics: Students’ attitudes and development of systems thinking skills. Kaplan prize awardee for outstanding research thesis (2014).
Danino, O. (2016). High-school course on engineering design: Enhancement of students’ motivation and development of systems thinking skills. Kaplan prize awardee for outstanding research thesis (2015).
Yamin, N. (2017). Characteristics of a basic electrical engineering course that incorporates “real-world” examples