Technology of application of 3D models of electrical engineering in the performing laboratory work
Keywords:3D models, laboratory work, electrical engineering disciplines
The article presents the technology of application of 3D models of electrical engineering in the performing laboratory work. It was outlined the organizational and methodological conditions, forms and methods, learning tools of the proposed technology. The organizational and methodological conditions include the use of computer 3D models in laboratory work; creation and implementation into the educational process laboratory work that involves the development of computer 3D modeling; providing the necessary guidelines for the use and development of computer 3D modeling during laboratory work. Application of the 3D models in the performing laboratory work of electrical engineering disciplines can be realised on the initial, average and high levels. Upon completion of the development of the presented technology, an experimental study was conducted, which included the identification of the appropriate level of use of 3D models in the process of performing laboratory work in the study of electrical engineering disciplines. The obtained experimental results were verified using Student's statistical t-test for relative indicators. The result of the implementation of technology is the application of 3D models in educational and professional activities in the field of electrical engineering.
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