Open Access Thesis
Electronics -- Study and teaching; Industrial arts -- Study and teaching;
The writer sought an improved approach for teaching theory of electronics to high school students. This approach was intended to require less expense and time needed to provide classroom instruction on electrical theory.
The purpose of this study were to:
(1) Prepare a number of demonstrations to illustrate phenomena associated with coils or inductors and their use in practical electronics.
(2) Prepare equipment and gather parts needed to perform demonstrations. Ease of construction and economy were important considerations.
(3) Evaluate the effectiveness of the demonstrations on student comprehension and the ability to apply information taught.
Year of Submission
Master of Arts in Education
Department of Industrial Arts
Howard O. Reed, Chair
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©1965 Boyd Warner Wasson
Wasson, Boyd Warner, "An Evaluation of Demonstrations on Inductor Theory" (1965). Dissertations and Theses @ UNI. 1320.