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View Residential Wiring in Action   Interactive Wiring Demo

Immersive Experience

  • DOTS: Residential Wiring is a web-based 3D simulation that is visually rich and will make students feel like they are on the job site. This will increase student engagement and accelerate practical application of residential wiring concepts.
  • The simulation includes 7 basic wiring circuits plus an entire house environment with 11 separate rooms including bedrooms, kitchen, bathrooms and basement.
  • Students select cable type, connect wires/conductors to the appropriate terminals and get scored on how they performed. This is the new school of “On the Job” training.
  • Tests your full residential wiring understanding via an adaptive quiz engine focused on NEC requirements (2014) and wiring best practices.

Effective Learning

  • Cable layouts and interactive electrical wiring diagrams help bridge the gap between the theory and practical approach of wiring.
  • Key component descriptions and Pro Tips gives students the insider’s take on effective wiring practices.

Wiring Basics

  • Build foundational knowledge with basic circuits including single pole switches, 3-way switches, multiple switch/receptacle circuits and a build your own circuit.
  • These basic circuits will help transition students into wiring full room circuits in the Wiring a House section.

Smart Feedback

  • Feedback reports are immediate and provide visual feedback that is easy for students and instructors to understand. Promotes rapid understanding and curbs bad habits before they even begin.
  • Students get measured feedback whenever they want or need it and restart where they last left off. This type of smart feedback will help to breakdown challenging topics into its basic parts that new students can readily understand.

Instructor Tools

  • Assignments: Challenge and engage your students. They’ll welcome it.
  • Gradebook: Track your students’ progress with an easy-to-use gradebook.
  • Teaching/Demo Tool: The simulation likes to show off, especially on the projector in front of students.