Тracking Students’ Learning Progress on Troubleshooting Logical Circuits Using Web ApplicationBarish Yumerov, Galina Ivanova
- Management of Technology and Innovation
- Information Systems and Management
- Strategy and Management
- Information Systems
- Computer Science (miscellaneous)
This paper presents the development and usage of a web application for troubleshooting logical circuits. The application is designed to support the teaching and learning of troubleshooting logical circuits by providing students with a platform to practice troubleshooting and allowing teachers to monitor students' progress. The web application features an interactive interface that allows students to simulate and troubleshoot logical circuits using the method of truth table. The application also provides students with immediate feedback on their troubleshooting attempts and highlights areas that need improvement. Furthermore, the application has a tracking system that allows instructors to monitor students' progress and identify areas where students may need additional support. Growing complexity and usage of logical combinational circuits require better methods for teaching and improving students’ engagement.