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Since the official start of my career in education of Engineering courses, I was always fascinated to learn and implement the latest techniques and methods of course delivery and assessment. Over the years, that included an assortment of methods, which include Project-based learning (PBL), Outcome-based teaching, course development, Objected-based education (OBE), Blended-learning, non-conventional teaching methods, and much more. In 2009, I focused on the issue of Transformative Learning and how complicated it would be to apply it to Analytical methods (such as engineering subjects).
Starting from 2017, I began to work on the Internet of Things (IoT), and naturally, I began to incorporate it into my classes as well. IoT is implemented in my E&M course as the subject project (after learning how to interact with controllers & embedded systems, students are to develop IoT systems). In my Robotics course, IoT-enabled Robotics is one of the project areas students can attempt to tackle.
Virtual Engineering education
After Covid-19 and the remote teaching and learning it caused. It became a challenge to teach project-based subjects remotely (online). The syllabus needed to be converted for the use of a virtual lab environment (I would never revert to theoretical content). This involved a lot of exploration and self-learning and is currently ongoing, I plan to publish a paper on this either this year (2021) or next year.