A COMPARATIVE STUDY TO CHOOSE THE BEST METHOD FOR TEACHING SCIENTIFIC LESSONS IN ENGINEERING COLLEGES

Abstract

Students in different colleges and stages are required to have a set of different lessons, depending on the college and the stage. Each lesson may fit with a known method of teaching methods. The study aims to try to suggest a better method for teaching practical lessons in engineering colleges. The students were divided into ten groups by eight groups for the initial study and two groups for postgraduate studies, each group consisting of five students. Several well-known teaching methods have been applied and the methods have been mixed in some lectures. Each group was taught separately, and lectures were taught in different ways for each group. A poll was conducted through a questionnaire distributed to the groups and to the students individually, meaning that each group is required to submit a standard questionnaire for each group and a questionnaire for each individual from the group. The answers were categorized, percentages for the success of groups and students were determined, and a better approach was suggested. From this study, it was found that the method of discussion and the method of solving problems is the best method for teaching material and scientific lessons in engineering colleges.