Vol. 5, Issue 2 (2020)
Technical capacity is one of the important determinants of the quality of training, the competitiveness in the labor market and the career development opportunities of engineering students. Technical capacity is formed by the specific technical activities and is structured by three components: the technical knowledge, technical design and technical application. In order to develop this capacity, the technical problems can be used in technical teaching process, such as: the technical analysis problem, the technical design problem, the technical identification problem, the technical control problem, and the technical troubleshooting problem. However, the current technical training process is still focused on theory, the information receiving and the caculation of designing. We are not interested in using effectively the technical problems in the teaching process to develop the technical thinking and fostering the technical capacity for students. The article discusses the ways to improve the technical capacity for the students through the use of the technical troubleshooting problem.
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