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International Journal of Education and Information Technology, Vol.3, No.3, Sep. 2018, Pub. Date: Aug. 6, 2018
Students Feedback for Faculty Education Development in Developing Countries: An Egyptian Sample
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Authors
[01] Sara Nada, Department of Economics, Faculty of Economy & Political Sciences, Cairo University, Cairo, Egypt.
[02] Mohamed Hamed, Department of Electrical Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, Port Said University, Port Said, Egypt.
Abstract
This paper presents an experimental sample for the student interaction with learners in the higher education. The university undergraduate study level is considered for a practical type of education where the selected sample of students has been accounted for the faculty of engineering. The electrical engineering specialty has been taken for a defined specified course at the final year of study while the same questionnaire is studied for a 10 years interval for analysis. The empirical results of statistical analysis are investigated, and the ultimate results are transformed in the percentage system to give the ability for comparison. Another course in the last time is inserted for investigation with the same questionnaire to find out the ways for the development of engineering education in Egypt. The comparison for the rate of change, the difference and the percentage change are determined. The deduced factors are treated for the education development, but all suggestions of students are discussed for the development target. All original input data of the sample are inserted in the Appendix while all evaluated data are clarified well in the analysis and discussion of the given research. The feedback of students is accounted and the comments as well as the suggestions are discussed. Valuable conclusions are derived.
Keywords
Educational Development, Electrical Engineering, Evaluation and Suggestion of Students, Course Evaluation by Students, Teaching and Learning Evaluations, Empirical Questionnaire Test
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