29614 - Electric Circuits: Analysis
110 - Escuela de Ingeniería y Arquitectura
430 - Bachelor's Degree in Electrical Engineering
5.1. Methodological overview
The learning process designed for this course is as follows
The lerarning process will be developed in three levels: lectures, problem solving classess and laboratory sessions, including student participation in a growing level. Lectures will be used to teach Circuit Theory funamentals providing a high number of practical examples. Students will be assigned with personal work to be completed and corrected in the problem solving classes. Finally, reduced groups will assist to the lab sessions where the students will have the possiblility of appling acquired knowledge.
5.2. Learning tasks
The course program, offered for helping the student to fulfill the foreseen results, includes the next activities...
Lectures (30 in-class hours).
Fundamental concepts of Circuit Theory will be presented to the students. They will be completed and explained with real examples. Student participation will be favoured with questions and short discussions.
Problem solving classes (15 in-class hours).
Problems will be assigned to the students for their solution. They will be aligned with the theoretical contents of the course. Student homework previous to in-class solving all the problemes will be favoured.
Laboratory sessions (15 lab hours).
The student will desing, simulate, mount and verify how the proposed circuits work in the lab. A guide will be provided for that, with a previous part consisting in some thoretical calculations that should be done as homework.
Some other activities with a mix of in-class and homework could be assigned to the student.
Evaluation (3 in-class hours.
The evaluation is used not only for grading the students but also to provide them with some feedback of their progress in the course.
The students will meet with their teacher to have direct atention, detect learning problems, guiding, problems and homework supervission ...
Atención directa al estudiante, identificación de problemas de aprendizaje, orientación en la asignatura, atención a ejercicios y trabajos…
Homework (18 homework hours).
Problems, exercises and practical cases will be presented to the students periodically for they solution. These could be downloaded from the course web page (http://moodle2.unizar.es). Lab sessions preparation and estraordinary activities are also included in this category.icionales.
Individual study (70 hours).
Students continuous work will be favoured with a homgeneous distribution of the learning activities during the semester.
5.4. Course planning and calendar
In clas sessions schedule
Calendario de sesiones presenciales y presentación de trabajos
Lectures, problem solving sessions and laboratory sessions are schedulled following the timetable fixed by the faculty and published prior to the course begining (http://eina.unizar.es)
Each teacher will inform about his or her tutory timetable
Other activities will be planified taking into account the students number and they will be published in advance. They will be publised in the course webpage http://moodle2.unizar.es