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So, you are going to teach a core chemical engineering course next term that you have not taught before. Its time to come up with some new ideas to revolutionize that core course in ways that will amaze students and...
Teaching techniques that provide hands-on experiences could be useful in helping all learners, but especially kinesthetic learners, to understand conservation of mass, momentum, and energy. Helping kinesthetic learners...
Peer evaluation of laboratory reports has been found to be a valuable tool in a junior level fluid mechanics laboratory. Readily available equipment makes it possible to have separate experiments investigating...
These lesson plans were developed by Thirteen Ed Online master teachers. Starting with tried-and-true lessons that work in the classroom, web-savvy teachers have built web-based activities that use the rich resources of...
This website from Professor Paul Yager of the University of Washington presents short bits of text and graphics that beginners may find useful in learning about concepts in microfluidics. Keywords: Laminate, fluids,...
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