Computer Simulation-Based Learning: Student Self-Efficacy During COVID-19 Outbreak

by   Thaweesak Trongtirakul, et al.

Due to the COVID-19 as a pandemic, the government has forced the nationwide shutdown of several activities, including educational activities. It has resulted in gigantic migration of universities with education over the internet serving as the educational platform. Hand-on-based learning becomes a new challenge. This paper aims to investigate the effect of computer simulation-based learning on student self-efficacy in an electric circuit analysis course. For the 17 participants included in this study, the students have overcome their existing achievements indicated by a long-term average score. Computer simulation-based learning provides positive results on student self-efficacy. Students also perceived a valuable learning experience.


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