Tue. June 18, 2019 8:00 AM to 9:30 AM
Room 4, Tampa Convention Center
This session will focus on teaching and assessment activities in chemical engineering classrooms.
For those interested in:
Dr. Joseph Paul Chada and Dr. Marina Miletic
Direct and Indirect Assessment of Student Perspectives and Performance in an Online / Distance Education Chemical Engineering Bridging Course
Dr. Matthew Cooper (North Carolina State University), Dr. Lisa G. Bullard (North Carolina State University at Raleigh), Mr. Christopher C. Willis (North Carolina State University - DELTA), and Dan Spencer (North Carolina State University)
How We Teach: Thermodynamics
Dr. Margot A Vigeant (Bucknell University), Dr. Jennifer Cole (Northwestern University), Dr. Kevin D. Dahm (Rowan University), Dr. Laura P. Ford (University of Tulsa), Dr. Lucas James Landherr (Northeastern University), Dr. David L. Silverstein P.E. (University of Kentucky), and Dr. Christy Wheeler West (University of South Alabama)
Integrating Comics Into Engineering Education To Promote Student Interest, Confidence, and Understanding
Dr. Lucas James Landherr (Northeastern University)
Reading Anytime: Do Students Complete Missed Readings After the Due Date When Using an Interactive Textbook for Material and Energy Balances?
Prof. Matthew W. Liberatore (University of Toledo) and Kayla Chapman (University of Toledo)
Work in Progress: Design, Implementation, and Evaluation of a 1-credit Chemical Engineering First-Year Seminar
Dr. Deborah S. Goldberg (University of Maryland, College Park), Mr. Jinwang Zou (University of Maryland, College Park), and Prof. Ganesh Sriram (University of Maryland)