This paper presents a unique online teaching methodology, which is a blend of online live lectures
and simultaneous hands-on experience. More specifically, the deployment of the proposed online teaching
methodology has been demonstrated in two faculty development programs on control systems design. This is a
sequel of the part 1 of this paper in which the author has demonstrated the efficacy of the proposed online
teaching methodology for a student development program on control systems design. In this paper, a thorough
analysis of the proposed online teaching methodology on two FDPs (FDP 1.0 and FDP 2.0) is detailed; which
include the detailed schedule and timeline of the programs, content of delivered lectures, hands-on examples,
simulations of research papers on the taught topic, and finally assessment through the quizzes. The efficacy of the
proposed online teaching methodology has been demonstrated on more than five hundred worldwide participants
(more than three hundred participants for the FDPs and around one fifty for the SDP).
Learning methodologies, MOOCs, hands-on learning, control systems design
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