International Journal of Education and Information Technology
Articles Information
International Journal of Education and Information Technology, Vol.4, No.1, Mar. 2019, Pub. Date: May 9, 2019
How to Draw Students’ Better Attention in the Class Room – A Study on Undergraduate Students Studying Apparel & Fashion Technology
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Authors
[01] Mohammad Monirul Islam Rajib, Department of Apparel Manufacturing & Technology, BGMEA University of Fashion & Technology (BUFT), Dhaka, Bangladesh.
Abstract
Teaching is the noblest profession where a teacher educates or trains people how to acquire proper knowledge to develop their skill in some specified areas that can extend throughout their lives. This study is an attempt to investigate the responses on different methods of learning in the class room of undergraduate students studying Apparel & Fashion technology. Data were collected from the students’ free will thinking reflecting in the survey and shown in abridged and agreeable manner. Here extensive variations in responses were found in case of proper absorption method of learning, barriers to receiving knowledge, strategies easily acceptable to the students, number of courses and class loads in each semester, effective time for each class and so on.
Keywords
Teaching, Students, Practical Work, Participation, Apparel, Deficiency etc
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