June 26, 2011
June 26, 2011
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Student led development of engineering estimate problems based on YouTube videosAbstractYouTube Fridays devotes a small fraction of class time to student-selected videos related to thecourse topic. The students then write and solve a homework-like problem based on the events inthe video. Three recent pilots involving over 300 students have developed a database of videosand questions that reinforce important course concepts like energy balances and phase behavior.A set of example problems and videos will be presented from a sophomore level engineeringthermodynamics course and a sophomore level material and energy balances course. Studentevaluations found a vast majority (79%) of the students felt better at relating real worldphenomena to thermodynamics from participating in YouTube Fridays. Overall, YouTubeFridays is a student led activity that provides practice of problem solving on open-ended, courserelated questions.
Liberatore, M. W., & Vestal, C. R. (2011, June), Student-Led Development of Engineering Estimate Problems Based on YouTube Videos Paper presented at 2011 ASEE Annual Conference & Exposition, Vancouver, BC. 10.18260/1-2--18367
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