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Combining physical and mental activities as a prerequisite for a well-rounded personal development is the benefit of technical kits, especially electronic ones. Such a combination also pushes the limits of the students’ efficiency. When used correctly, the creativity of both students and teachers is developed on a superior developmental level of knowledge in terms of quality. Electrotechnical kits have many positive effects in school education, suitably supplement as well as support it, and are also one of its subject matters. Considering the fast, global development information technology is experiencing, there is a growing need to combine computer systems and electrotechnical kits in education. The goal of this paper is to provide a comparative and analytical insight into teaching general, primary-level technical subjects in the context of electrical engineering, especially of electrotechnical kits, and to define current trends in or approaches to the implementation of educational activities.
Keywords: Technical Education, electrotechnical kits.
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