SURVEYING THE ASSESSMENT COMPONENTS SUITABILITY FOR ENGINEERING LEARNING IN A CHALLENGING EDUCATIONAL ENVIRONMENT

ENEJE SAMUEL, SCHOLAR SCHOLAR

Abstract


This study used a mixed methodology to investigates the possibility of using blended assessment for engineering
education in a challenging learning environment. It discussed the outcome of the evaluation, which is problematized
by the influences of an encumbered learning environment. It used the blended engineering models to investigate the
circumstances of assessments and its outcomes in a university situated in the sub-Sahara African region. It revealed
the experiences of post-internship engineering students using a single blended course. The survey showed that
students` knowledge of factors impeding thorough assessment for productivity in the region and advocated ways of
improvement. It disclosed past and present assessment percentage shares in addition to suggesting a preferred
assessment percentage share required for graduating skilled engineers. The result uncovered where assessment
might be situated so that there is a satisfactory learning outcome for engineering programs.


Keywords


Blended engineering learning, Challenged educational environments, Assessment outcomes.

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