Popa Dorinel, Popa Luminita



The “Student-Centred Learning” versus “Classic Learning Style” applied in the field of Automation Systems Disciplines

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After analyzing the systematic observation sheets for the two classes with different learning styles, we found that the students in the class where student - centred learning was used had all the evaluated characteristics (communication, collaboration, involvement, creative imagination, observance of rules and solving tasks) clearly superior to students with the classic learning style. A new student-centred teaching-learning strategies support students, and have been used in the paper, in our pedagogical experiment, designed to compare the results obtained by students by differentiating work tasks according to learning styles, compared to the results obtained by using classical, unitary learning activities for automation systems / elements of automatic regulation systems / flow translators lessons. Following the pedagogical experiment, it was found that, using work tasks that took into account the individual learning styles, established by the by applying a special questionnaire designed for this purpose, all students scored higher than when the tasks work were not differentiated on learning styles.


learning styles; students group; automation systems lessons


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Popa Dorinel, Popa Luminita. (2020) The “Student-Centred Learning” versus “Classic Learning Style” applied in the field of Automation Systems Disciplines. International Journal of Power Systems, 5, 110-115


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